University of South Carolina System
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The University of South Carolina System is a state university system of eight campuses set up in 1957 to expand the educational opportunities of the citizens of South Carolina as well as extend the reach of the University of South Carolina throughout the state. With almost 50,000 students at the eight campuses, the system is the largest institution of higher learning in the state of South Carolina.
The system includes the flagship and research campus at Columbia, three senior campuses, and four regional campuses. USC also has several thousand future students in feeder programs at surrounding technical colleges.
The University of South Carolina system currently consists of eight campuses with a flagship campus at Columbia. The campuses in Aiken, Beaufort and Spartanburg offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The four regional campuses offer associate's degree as well as providing a straightforward process to transfer to one of the senior campuses through the university's on-line Palmetto College.
Four of the campuses have branches in nearby locales. USC Beaufort has a branch in Bluffton, USC Union has a branch in Laurens, USC Salkehatchie has its main campus in Allendale with a branch in Walterboro, and USC Upstate has a branch in Greenville.
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