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Apply to USCB

From Student Government Association to Gamma Beta Phi, Student Ambassador to Sand Sharks for Service, I really have left my mark here. USCB’s small campus has allowed me to discover myself and make connections with faculty, staff, and fellow classmates. The people here want you to succeed. People like Kate Torborg Vermilyea, who is in charge of Student Life, introduced me to two of my best friends. It’s that extra personal attention that really makes USCB a special place.

- Ellza Hines '15

Largo, Florida

We’re excited you’ve discovered USCB. With more than 30 majors and programs of study and just as many clubs and organizations, the University of South Carolina Beaufort brings together quality academics and extracurricular activities in a setting that can’t be beat.

Now is the time to take the next step toward your powerful future at USCB. There are two easy ways to apply:

 

  • Online—Create a student account, pay the $40 nonrefundable application fee with a credit card, and submit your application.
  • Print—Download and fill out the application, pay the $40 nonrefundable application fee by check or money order, and send both items to the Office of Admissions.

Next, submit your application turn in your ACT/SAT scores and transcripts.

The Office of Admissions will determine your acceptance status within two to four weeks.


Key Things to Remember

  • Accepted Student Day in April
  • Fall semester application deadline is Friday, August 1, 2015
    • However, to ensure your spot in housing and a choice of summer orientation dates, your application must be submitted by Friday, May 1, 2015
  • Spring semester application (priority date) is late November
  • Summer semester application (priority date) is late April
From Student Government Association to Gamma Beta Phi, Student Ambassador to Sand Sharks for Service, I really have left my mark here. USCB’s small campus has allowed me to discover myself and make connections with faculty, staff, and fellow classmates. The people here want you to succeed. People like Kate Torborg Vermilyea, who is in charge of Student Life, introduced me to two of my best friends. It’s that extra personal attention that really makes USCB a special place.

- Ellza Hines '15

Largo, Florida