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Still Unsure?

Still Unsure?

Wondering if USCB is the right fit for you? 

 Bonnie is a recent USCB grad. She can give you honest answers.

You're not the only one.

Choosing where are you are going to spend the next four years of your life can be daunting for many people applying to college. 

In order to help you make a decision, we asked our current students  what factors played a role in their decision to attend USCB. Perhaps their responses will help you decide as well.

 

Cost. Both parents and students appreciate the fact that USCB is the lowest priced baccalaureate institution in the state of SC.

Location. The opportunity to study Hospitality Management in a world-class resort area. The thrill of doing dolphin research in the May River. The inspiration derived from Studio Art classes held on the water's edge. Outdoor recreational activities throughout the Sea Islands.  If becoming a student at USCB, you will experience first hand how our location can take your education to the next level.

Small Class Sizes. USCB offers a private school education at a public school price. Students at USCB have professors teaching every class, not teaching assistants (TAs). Research opportunities with faculty mentors abound. With an average class size of 18, you will develop personal relationships with your classmates and professors.

I can have my own bedroom. Not having to share a room is a big perk for college freshmen everywhere. Of course you have roommates in your apartment suite, but being able to have your "own" space can be priceless.

An opportunity to lead. Want to be a big fish in a little pond?  Then come be a USCB Sand Shark. We have over 30 clubs and organizations that you can easily be a part of, quickly meeting other students with your same interests.

It just felt right. In the end, sometimes it just comes down to a gut feeling that USCB is the best fit for you...and you just know. 

Still Unsure?

Wondering if USCB is the right fit for you? 

 Bonnie is a recent USCB grad. She can give you honest answers.