Up and Thriving This Summer!
At USC Upstate, we are committed to making sure students can continue their education no matter what. This summer, we have hundreds of high-quality classes taught in-person and online by our world-class faculty. Whether you're seeking to get ahead in your major, obtain credits as a visiting student, or simply learn something new, think Upstate this summer!
For help, call Admissions at 864-503-5246 or email Admissions.
If you register for a class and decide not to take it, be sure to drop the class in SSC or you will be charged for it.
Register for classes by logging into Self Service Carolina using your VIP ID and password. If you have not already set your VIP ID and password, please see the printable instruction guide.
Students earning credits toward a degree at an institution other than USC Upstate should apply for admission as non-degree seeking students. For more information, visit our Non-Degree Seeking Students page.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I pay for summer classes at Upstate?
You may pay tuition in the Self Service Carolina portal (SSC). We accept credit cards or electronic checks. If you are degree seeking at Upstate and have applied for financial aid for summer it will be used to help pay your tuition. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid at USC Upstate.
How do summer classes impact financial aid and who should I talk with about my financial aid?
Any hours completed in summer school will count toward hours earned for scholarships and for satisfactory academic progress. If you are seeking a degree at Upstate you must apply for summer financial aid in the SSC portal. If you are a new degree-seeking student at Upstate you will need to complete a FAFSA for the current school year. Please check your Upstate email often for important information about your financial aid. If you need some assistance or have any questions please email Financial Aid.
Is there a limit to how many classes I can take this summer?
Students may take two courses in each session of summer school.