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Students who have registered for an Orientation session are reminded of the following:
- Student's may check in at the Bradley Arts and Science Building at 9:00 am on the first day. All students must be checked in by 9:30 am. Parent orientation will be held at 5:30 pm on the first day of orientation in the John R. "Pete" Arnold Special Events Room in the Bradley Arts and Science Building. Students will need to report at 9 am for the second day of orientation. Students will need to check with their assigned PAL for information regarding where to begin on the second day.
- You must bring a picture ID to Orientation.
- You must bring the tag number, make, and model of any automobile you
plan to park on campus.
- Prior to attending orientation, you should take the ONLINE
MATHEMATICS PLACEMENT TEST. Go to USC
Lancaster's Math Placement Test web page for those
important instructions. Once you have completed
the test, you will be instructed to print out a
score sheet.*Bring this with you to your chosen Orientation
If you are unable to take the Math Placement test before
you arrive on campus, we will provide you with a space to
do so at 3:45pm on the first day of orientation. However,
it is in your best interest to take this test before arriving
Remember that this
test is not a reflection of your ability; it is simply used
to place you into the appropriate mathematics course at USCL.
Should you have any questions concerning the test, contact
Dr. Shemsi Alhaddad (alhaddad(at)mailbox.sc.edu) at USC Lancaster.
Students must register in advance for an orientation session.
Please do not report to Orientation without an advance reservation
or fee payment. Students will receive orientation invitations
by mail once admission applications are finalized. In order to help us effectively plan for
Orientation, you should
register at least five business days before the session you want
to attend. You may contact
Laura Humphrey Carnes at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (803) 313-7066 with any questions.