Willie Lloyd Harriford Jr., a prominent SC civil rights figure and the first black administrator at the University of South Carolina, has died. His students affectionately referred to him as “Dean Harriford.”
Financial aid, scholarships, meal plans, dorms, tuition and more all factor into what SC college students should expect to pay when getting a higher education. When you add them all up, the price could vary.
Here are the results of the 2018 Lexington 1, Lexington 3 and Richland 2 school bond referendum votes. SC voters decided whether the districts should take out loans for school improvements and construction.
The Citadel has raised tuition by 2.5 percent for the 2019-2020 school year. In-state freshmen at the Charleston military college will pay $602 more than last year and upperclassmen will pay $617 more.
The Citadel is changing its grooming rules to improve recruiting of female cadets, removing the requirement that women get haircuts and men won’t need as many to match Army and Department of Defense standards.
University of South Carolina students applying to Empire Columbia student housing are outraged after the apartment raised rent, fees and parking costs just five minutes before they could begin signing leases.
SC’s Republican Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman and Democrat Inez Tenenbaum, a former superintendent, are urging voters to end the election of the state’s schools chief in a November referendum.