Information for Undergraduate Applicants


After printing and filling out the USC Sumter Undergraduate Admissions Form, sign the signature page (page 3) and return the application, along with a non-refundable $40 application fee, to:

USC Sumter
Admissions Office
200 Miller Road
Sumter, SC 29150-2498






Admissions Requirements

High School Seniors will need:


  • Official high school transcript

  • SAT or ACT scores



High school courses required for admission:


  • English: 4 units

  • Mathematics: 3 units (Algebra I and II and geometry)

  • Laboratory science: 3 units (Must be in two different areas chosen from biology, chemistry, or physics)

  • Social studies: 3 units (must include 1 unit of US history)

  • Foreign language: 2 units (both units must be in the same language)

  • Defined elective: 4 units in addition to the 15 units above (can be in computer science, English, foreign language, laboratory science, advanced Mathematics, or social studies)

  • Physical education: 1 unit (or ROTC)



High School graduates will need:


  • Official high school transcript

  • SAT or ACT scores if it has been less then 5 years since graduation.

  • GED recipients must provide us with their GED and a copy of their high school transcript to the date of withdrawal

  • College Transfer students will need:

  • Official transcripts from each college attended

  • Students who have earned fewer than 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours at another college must also submit their high school transcript



Admissions materials required of transfer applicants:


  • Complete official transcripts from post-secondary institutions through the time of application (these must be supplemented by final transcripts that reflect complete academic work prior to beginning classes at the University) sent directly to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions from each institution attended

  • Complete high-school records, including entrance exam scores, if less than 30 semester hours (45 quarter hours) of college-level work have been attempted in a regionally accredited college or university