What are the top 3 reasons someone should attend University of South Carolina-Columbia?

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Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

  1. Hosts a breadth of opportunities in every conceivable field guaranteed by graduate programs in fields from business to art history to medicine to law to pharmacy.
  2. A fantastic, infectious school spirit evident in football, basketball, volleyball, and baseball.
  3. Lovely, warm weather in manageable driving distance to Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Hilton Head Island, Savannah, and Greenville.
Anonymous, faculty for 6 years

I was faculty at USC for 6 years and my answer depends on whether you're in-state or out-of-state.

For in-state students, it's an okay option. I mean, if you want the kind of college experience portrayed on TV then you should probably go to Clemson as USC, despite what the campus looks like, is really a city school. You don't have the "Animal House" type parties or anything like that. If you want the city school experience then I'd go to the College of Charleston as Charleston actually is a city where Columbia is just a collection of suburbs. But, I guess, if you're obsessed with going to a football school then you might like USC.

For out-of-state students there is no reason to go to USC. I've heard the reasons over the years why kids from (mostly the north) come to USC and they're completely wrong. The weather isn't nice. The summers are unbearable. I'll take Cleveland in January over Columbia in August. "Close to the beach that you went on vacation to with your parents?" Actually, no. The beach is a couple hours away and students always mention to me how they thought they would go all the time but never ended up doing it. Football school? Not really. They had 3 or 4 good years with Spurrier as head coach but USC has a historically terrible football team. To add to all of this, you are going to pay three times as much as an out-of-state student to go here than you would to any of your in-state schools which have the same academic reputation. Further, which nobody mentions, is how unwelcoming southerners are to northerners (and I say this because most of the out-of-state students are northerners). Southern culture is very different than northern culture and, from my experience, most northerners who have lived down here, don't like it. Further, your friend pool will be limited to other northerners as southerners don't want to mingle with you and will never really think of you as a "real gamecock" but some kind of frontrunner fake. Lastly, if you want to go greek, being from the north will make that nearly impossible.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

The University of South Carolina has so much to offer its students. Academics should be a top reason for selecting a college. The University of South Carolina has many top tier academic programs such as the best Honors College in the US. Our top of the line academics is fostered in by our amazing professors and peers. Another reason someone should join the Gamecock family is that you are engulfed with the tools to succeed. There's so many academic programs and places to go if you are struggling during the college transition. Whether you're homesick, need a paper reviewed, having difficulty managing your time, feeling down, struggling in a class, or stuck with computer issues there's someone available to help face to face. Lastly, the University of South Carolina has so many entertaining and fun things to offer. If you can think of it, you can do it here. With so many clubs and extracurricular activities, you're sure to spend time doing things that interest you. USC is the place to be, so come join our Gamecock family!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

There are a lot of reasons why someone should attend the University of South Carolina-Columbia. However, there are three important reasons someone should come to USC. USC has one of the most diverse backgrounds I have ever seen. There are elements of the African American, Asian, Eastern-European backgrounds. Another reason is the huge hype we have for football games. Our football team wasn't that great this year, but with some good recruits it's looking good for next year. The football games are very hyped and a lot of fun. The last reason is we have great food. We were ranked 23rd fo food this year in a ranking.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

People should attend the University if South Carolina if they are interested in drinking and partying, attend sporting events with lots of school spirit, and are at least somewhat dedicated to their studies.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

The top three reasons someone should attend the University of South Carolina are to break out of a comfort zone, get an incredible education, and to meet a wide variety of people.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

If you are interested in a great education where teachers and interactive and helpful. If you like history, our campus is full of it. If you have school spirit, we are the place for you!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The University of South Carolina students and staff are one big family. Everyone is willing to help each other out and will do anything necessary to ensure that all students feel at home in Columbia, SC. The atmosphere of the students are amazing because we all love each other and we absolutely love our school and are not afraid to show it. The faculty and staff at USC are willing to help you with schoolwork and or to help you with making yourself at home at the university. The weather in Columbia is absolutely beautiful! It is an area that is never too hot and certainly never too cold. It has rain showers, but is mostly sunny and the weather just keeps me in a constant good mood!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

The people in South Carolina are soon nice! There are a lot of great places within driving distance for weekend get ways like Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Atlanta and Savannah. There is nothing that compares to belonging to an SEC school during football season. The experience is so amazing, even someone who does not like football will love going to the games! The University has an amazing school of business.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

Great school, great people and great atmosphere. USC is the best university in South Carolina. The professors are very helpful and considerate. There is a lot to do in Columbia. I would recommend the University of South Carolina - Columbia to all high school students.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

USC is a naturally loving place. Located in a beautiful area, within a progressing and wonderful city, USC can't be beat. The programs here are like no other instructed by some of the most professional and qualified faculty in their fields. Here at USC we support each other and help each other so that we thrive as a whole. We have amazing facilities and excellent resources for advise and aid with coursework.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

  1. You love football.
  2. You want a type of college that you see in the movies.
  3. You want to never experience a real winter again.
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

Top-tier Business Program, especially their #1 rating for their International Business Program, #1 Honors College in the US, Carolina Football, Out-of-state scholarships

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The top 3 reasons someone should attend the University of South Carolina are (1) it's a wonderful university with a great reputation, (2) you will make friends that will last a lifetime, (3) the SEC football games are incredibly fun.

Anonymous, Parent of student at University of South Carolina-Columbia

University of South Carolina - Columbia has a great reputation as a good college and everyone here so far has been very accommodating in trying to help new freshman get used to being on their own.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

  1. The education that is offered is challenging and beneficial to your learning
  2. The people are friends that you'll keep long into the future
  3. Garnet and black are the best colors to bleed, GO GAMECOCKS!
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

The school spirit here is amazing and VERY encouraging. Also many schools of studies are very highly ranked, especially the school of business. The campus is beautiful and has so much to offer for any student who decides to attend USC-Columbia.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

1- USC has a lot of top rated programs in the country (nursing, International Business, electrical engineering, etc) 2 - Freshman have the option of taking University 101, which helps new students adjust to college. 3 - great weather year round, albeit too hot and humid for some of you northerners.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

You definitely get the big college experience along with diverse peers. The educational programs the school offers are excellent and the professors are willing to help you succeed.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

The University of South Carolina has a beautiful campus that stays well maintained which makes walking to classes very enjoyable. The spirit and pride the school has is amazing and exciting. The professors really care about their students and ambition to succeed.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The weather is awesome, South Carolina is beautiful, the University is beautiful, and the education is great!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

To become a part of the greatest alumni in the nation. To be a part of the student section at football games. To get the best college education possible.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

Challenging coursework Beautiful campus Staff that want to see you succeed and will do their best to help you achieve that success

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

There are many reasons for someone to attend South Carolina. One is the location in the state its right in the middle so for spring break if someone wanted to go to the beach its only about an hour and half away; if they don't like the beach they can go to the mountains. which is only about two hours away. Another reason someone should come to South Carolina is the fact that the state has so much history. The State was one of the original thirteen colonies. Finally another reason for someone to attend South Carolina is the people. Everyone is friendly and welcoming from the staff and faculty to the students themselves.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

To receive the pinnacle of education, one should attend University of South Carolina-Columbia. In order to open career doors that only University of South Carolina-Columbia has the keys for. And most of all, to grow as a human being in the greatest environment possible, attend the University of South Carolina-Columbia.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

If you are not a fan of the cold, but enjoy a pretty fall, USC is the place to be. If you want an education that can be fun, exciting, and in a setting that makes you want to go to class, come to USC. The teachers wear shifts from Africa and crocs to class. They are your friends and your mentors that wish only to see their pupils turn into the shining starts of society. Lastly, if you want a life long community of support and acceptance, USC is your home. There are no "weirdos", "queers","Nerds", "Jocks" or any other type of stereotype there. USC allows you to become the person you have always wanted to be. It will bring people into your life who may have been an awkward stranger at first but soon become someone you know you can go through life with. The students around you will support you, challenge you, and help you grow to be the best person you can be.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

  1. Quality Education. USC has ranked highly in several categories. We have been recognized as having the #1 honors college in the nation as well as having the #1 school of international business. Every student is required to complete a "Carolina Core" which is basically the foundations of a well rounded general education. The faculty cares about students and truly wants them to succeed so they make themselves available to students in need of assistance.
  2. Opportunity. The university has over 400 student organizations. We have many Study Abroad programs and research opportunities. Greek organizations, whether they be professional or social, are involved in many community service projects and philanthropic activities.
  3. Cost of attendance. The cost of tuition is low without diminishing the value of the education. The university offers several scholarships to help with tuition and they're good about not adding additional fees after initial payment.
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

Someone should attend USC-Columbia because you're guaranteed a good education, you'll make it your home, and it'll prepare you for the work field of your choice.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

1.) The spirited and diverse community! 2.) There are great academics. 3.) We have a beautiful campus!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

1) Top programs in business, exercise science, public health, and many more 2) Good amount of tuition exemptions, financial aid, and scholarships offered 3) Beautiful campus

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

The University of South Carolina has so many majors to offer, in which each department has professors that really care to be educating the future citizens of our country. Our school also is really friendly and welcoming to all who attend, thus creating a community in which we- the Gamecocks- stand proud and represent our school. Located at the heart and capital of the state, so much history and beauty lies within the campus.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

  1. Ranking of academic programs.
  2. Numerous and various organization opportunities.
  3. Football games
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

  1. A great education
  2. A great campus
  3. Great people

This is a top university with so much to offer. Whatever your interest may be, there is always a place for you and you will feel right at home.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

Football Games. Presentation of a degree from the top school in South Carolina. Great peers and professors.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The number one reason I chose to attend USC was the size of the school. It's big enough to meet new people every single day, but yet small enough to see people you know walking to class every single day as well. I also chose to attend USC because of the highly regarded business school. Being a business major and attending one of the best business colleges in the world is an awesome feeling. Finally, college football. There's nothing better than sitting in the stands with 80,000 other Gamecocks screaming their lungs out.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

If they are looking for a good education as well as a good college experience, the University of South Carolina is the place I highly consider. I attend because of the Darla-Moore Business School. It is the number one business school in the country and is internationally recognized.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

1) The student community and culture. 2) The strong faculty in this tier-1 research institution. 3) The amazing historical campus.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

Great school reputation Great academic offerings Many opportunities to get involved in extra curricular

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

The biggest reason to attend the University of South Carolina is The Darla-Moore School of International Business, which is the best International Business School in the country. The second reason to go to USC is the plethora of Job, internship, and foreign study options that the school will help you get if you want. The third reason is the school clubs and extracurriculars that the School offers, ranging from sports, to the the arts, to video games.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

USC has one of the oldest campuses in the country, leading to such a rich history. There is a place for all who make it in. The student body is very welcoming of new students.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

If someone is serious about their education, especially in the business school, they should attend the University of South Carolina. Someone should also attend this school if they want to be immersed in an amazing history and some incredible traditions. The last reason someone should attend this school is if they love football more than almost anything.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

Looking for a lot of major options since unsure of Major. Quality of Education- graduate of school=proud. Location-city life, beautiful campus...

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

They have the number 1 Honors college in the state of South Carolina. They also have the number one International Business College in the U.S. The last reason someone should attend is for the massive amount of school spirit and pride as shown through SEC football games.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

There are so many reasons to attend this great school but the biggest deciding factors for me were the big size of the school, the wonderful location in the capital city, and the various educational opportunities, clubs, and organizations.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The top 3 reasons someone should attend USC is 1) the opportunity for individual growth and self discovery while on a very large and fast paced campus. 2) The exuberant amount of courses, majors, and organizations based upon your individual interests groups you with those who have the same passion. 3) Becoming a Gamecock isn't just a word. It's a feeling of never ended family and love for everyone who adores the University as much as you do.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

If a prospective student enjoys warm weather, beautiful southern women, and a friendly environment, they should attend USC.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

  1. To study business.
  2. To study law.
  3. To study medicine. It is a great school for all of these subject fields!
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

The first reason is because of the variety of majors/disciplines to choose from. The second reason is because of the high quality research facilities and staff. The University of South Carolina is one of the top research programs and projects in the southern region. The third reason is that an undergraduate student will have a greater advantage in advancing into graduate school at USC because he/she is familiar with the application process. There are a variety of majors/disciplines within graduate school at USC.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

The top three reasons I have are going to be different from the top three reasons other people have. But that is what makes the University of South Carolina such a great school to attend. We all have different opinions yet we all get along and are able to interact and work with each other. My top three reasons to attend the University of South Carolina would be the division 1 sports, the area, and the school system itself. I have been an athlete my whole life, so sports will always be a big part of me, so it was important I chose a school that would give that to me. The University of South Carolina has some very popular teams including their football team, baseball team, and women's basketball team (who not to mention, just won the NCAA championship in their 2014-2015 season). Everyone always attends the games and its a great experience. South Carolina is just the perfect place to be. The weather is always beautiful and the university is not too far from downtown Columbia or the beach. With that being said, the university's campus itself is so beautiful and big, there is no need to ever leave. While obviously the two reasons I mentioned above are important for our social lives, the academic system is the most important reason, because that is the reason we are all going to college. Right? The University of South Carolina has been repeatedly mentioned as a top school in the country by U.S. News and others. For my major, International Business, this school was the PERFECT match because the Darla Moore School of Business has the number one international business program in the country, according to U.S. News. Overall I just think the University of South Carolina-Columbia is a great place to continue your education and to live for the next four, or more, years. There are so many other factors as to why someone should attend the university because it is an unbelievable place. But those are my top three, and hey, they helped me make my decision. And I'm ecstatic to be attending this school.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

One of the top three reasons someone should attend the University of South Carolina is because they offer degrees in a variety of studies from associates degrees to doctorate degrees. Centrally located in South Carolina, USC offers access to world class educational opportunities. The University of South Carolina is committed to offering plenty of room to contribute, grow, and become a vital part of the community.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2015

1) The programs available at the University. 2) The beautiful campus. 3) The opportunities the succeed on campus.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

There are so many reasons to attend the University of South Carolina it is hard to pick just three. For me, the number one reason I chose to come to USC was the atmosphere of togetherness I felt on campus. I felt welcomed and the current students were genuinely excited for me to be a part of the community. Another reason someone should choose USC is for our athletics. Competing in the SEC puts us on a level of competition that is above the rest. Lastly, The countless opportunities and services provided to such a large student body is tremendous. Just about anything you could need is offered at USC for free or reduced prices.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

USC is located in the heart of the most beautiful state this side of the Mississippi. Located in downtown Columbia, perfectly located near all the amenities of a successful fun college experience. The second reason would have to be the cost of the school overall. When you have a chance to work with the professors and resources you are truly getting your moneys worth from this school. I would say the last thing would have to be the experience. No matter if you are a native South Carolinian or a transplant, you will immediately recognize you are in a different culture of people. From walking down the street to driving through a neighborhood. People speak to one another, wave just to say hello and most transplants are a little shocked by how friendly the people are in SC.
For these three reasons I would recommending coming to the University of South Carolina and take a tour. You will be pleasantly surprised of how wonderful the experience will be.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2020

The professors are great, they really care about the student's education and truly want us to succeed. The people you meet here will make a huge impact on your life from connections, to life long friends, or just contributing to the wonderful atmosphere on campus. Also as a student here you truly get the full college experience without overwhelming stress; you're never alone and there is a place for everybody here.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2019

Personally I love to take pictures of the city life, go to different plays and the student body has wonderful activities that aren't just inclusive to college students.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

People should attend USC-Columbia because the school have a wide range of degrees, the students are friendly and welcoming, and there are lots of events to have fun at on campus.overall it's a great place to learn, meet friends, and have fun!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

  1. The students and faculty at the University of South Carolina have a habit of making new students feel as though they have been close friends for years. Whether a student is from North Carolina, California, or Maine, she or he can be sure that the welcoming people of USC will make it feel like home.
  2. Gamecocks don't mess around when it comes to school spirit. Football, basketball, and baseball games are always the biggest events.
  3. The campus is breathtaking -and that's not an opinion, it's a fact! The palm trees everywhere you look and other beautiful plants and landscaping, the huge fountain outside of Thomas Cooper library, the gorgeous architecture of the buildings, whether old or new, the historic Horseshoe, where to even begin...
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

the top three reasons to attend USC is that there are a great number of professors, it's Gamecock nation, it is very diverse.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

Students should attend USC because of our school pride. We are all about some Gamecocks and we're passionate for our student athletes. Our faculty rocks! Our professors and staff are some of the best! They know their game and they aren't afraid to play it. There's something for everyone. The university has over 100 groups and clubs and they are always looking for recruitments and members. There is plenty to do on a nice day. Lake Murray is a few miles away and there are tons of trails and walks to hike.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

Financially - Tuition to USC is the best in the state. Undergrad debt is a huge issue that everyone here takes seriously. Next best reason - The Professors. It is quite an experience sitting in a room with a person where you, as a student, learn about their life's work, their obsession. The amount of dedication the faculty give their students and their research is unparalleled. It really was a shock to find that my Professors actually cared. Last, but certainly not least, the people. On that first tour your given the 'we're all family here' speech. And then you come to USC and realize it wasn't a gimmick. We are a family. We're Gamecocks.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The top 3 reasons to attend the University of South Carolina are 1. Great education 2. Gamecock Football 3. The amazing horseshoe

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

This school has a great social scene. I have met some of my best friends here and continue to have more and more fun with them every day. The classes are challenging but the professors are incredibly helpful and there are so many resources to help you. Finally, there are a million ways to get involved, wether it be with Greek life, clubs, or jobs.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

People should attend USC-Columbia because this is a wonderful city with tons of things to do, the students are a lot of fun, and our professors are fantastic.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The university has a lot of pride. We are all one big Gamecock family. There is a student organization for everyone. The connection with our alumni is very strong so there are many opportunities for the students.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

University of South Carolina has a beautiful campus with the State House around one corner and a lake around the other. Gamecocks are full of spirit and will liven up your mood even during Finals Week. Another reason USC-Columbia is the best is because we are known for our academics and athletes!

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

  1. You will be a part of a large, prestigious, historic, and warm family. You will be part of a legacy over 200 years in the making.

  2. USC not only boasts stellar athletics and campus involvement but also top notch academics with extensive opportunities for research and internships that will set you up for a easy transition from college to career.

  3. There is always something to do, somewhere to go, something to see, and new people to meet. By attending University of South Carolina you set yourself up for meeting new people, travel to new places, and have a solid education from renowned institution.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

The school has been around for years. The Gamecocks are the best in many areas. There is a diverse student population.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2016

  1. So many opportunities! Go study in spain. Start a club. Take a service trip during spring break. Meet students from all over the world that come to join the international program. Meet famous people through Carolina Productions (I met Nev Schulman-producer and host of MTV's Catfish!). Live in your first off campus house or apartment in a privately owned Student housing (There are 11 apartment complexes, 2 condo style complexes, and one complex with cottage style houses).
  2. The Academics! There are 85 different Bachelor degrees, 111 Master degrees, 64 doctoral programs and 3 first professional degrees. 84% of the faculty has a Phd and all faculty are at the top of their subject. University 101 is a class offered to new students introducing them to academic resources, campus facilities and helping make the transition to college easier. Not only is it a highly valuable class it was listed as a "Program to Look for" by U.S. News & World Report! In 2013 The Princeton Review cited USC as one of its "150 Best Value Colleges for 2013!"
  3. The Diversity! USC has been named one of the nation’s top universities for diversity and inclusivity by INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. We have the most diverse school in South Carolina and one of the most diverse universities in the Southeast. You will meet students from around the country, world and from different cultural backgrounds. USC really encourages everyone to accept everyone and celebrate each person's background. Through out the school year there are many multicultural events. If your religious holiday happens to fall on a school day, the university will excuse you from classes. You can even take a class for credit to learn about another religion or culture such as Jewish Studies, Introduction to Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam.
Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

The community feeling, the quality of the campus such as the classrooms, places to eat, and living areas. Finally because of the opportunities that the school provides

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2017

It is a diverse campus that provides numerous opportunities, and has highly accredited teachers that care about their students. USC opens doors to the community and helps prepare each student for a successful career.

Anonymous, Student, University of South Carolina-Columbia, Class of 2018

A student should attend USC for the academic and rigorous programs. We have the number one International Business program in the nation. A student should also attend because our school has the number one public honors college in South Carolina. Last but not least, a student should attend because at USC there are no limits to what a person can do.

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