University of South Carolina Aiken
Building partnerships has been the cornerstone of the University of South Carolina Aiken since its inception in 1961. It was then that the citizens of the Aiken community voiced the need for a local institution of higher education. In a true demonstration of grassroots politics, the community rallied to show their support for a college to be founded in the area. Through state legislation, a governing board was formed, the Aiken County Commission for Higher Education, which continues to oversee the University’s mission.
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USC Aiken welcomes students from all over the world. Currently there are more than 25 countries represented at USC Aiken. This helps to enrich our campus by adding unique social, personal and academic experiences for all of our students.