The new center will offer full programs in information technology, health care, human services and skilled trades, as well as general education courses.
When Ronald L. Rhames enrolled as a student at Midlands Technical College in Columbia as a young man, he had no idea he was starting a relationship with the school that would lead eventually to a 35-year career.
Three of the state’s largest research universities are joining together to use $10 million in legislative funding to create a center and develop strategies for dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
The program, in partnership with Black@ Labs, is aimed at empowering and uplifting entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds across South Carolina.
Bowden's induction with the 2023 Lifetime Achievement honor stands as a testament to the executive's unwavering dedication to education, his community, and the state of South Carolina, a news release stated.
The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education is partnering with the South Carolina Student Loan Corporation to make $10 million in financial assistance available to students in graduate level nurse educator programs
Ronald L. Rhames, the president of Midlands Technical College in Columbia, plans to retire in 2024. Rhames, who started his career with the college in 1990, is expected to retire by June 30
The Benedict College Women's Center will receive a $2 million grant from the Minority Business Development Agency Capital Readiness Program
The budget makes significant investments in health sciences initiatives and workforce development programs while also keeping in-state tuition flat
Two national companies have signed on to make Benedict College's initiative to transform its campus a reality.
The Campus Village is the largest construction project in the university's history
Rohit Verma will be the next dean of the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. He takes over the position on Aug. 1, according to a university news release.