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I recently received my Associates degree from the University of South Carolina at Sumter. I am a first generation college student, which means that I am the first in my family to attend college. I was a lost freshman who stumbled into OSP (Opportunity Scholars Program) there on the USC Sumter campus, and was instantly welcomed with open arms. The staff is outstanding, the best I have seen. They guided me through my entire first two years on the campus. I highly reccommend joining the program. They offer free use of the computer labs, printing, acedemic advising, peer coaches and even TUTORING. The other faculty and staff on campus are completely welcoming and the whole campus is like a big family. The campus is small, but I do not regret my years at USC Sumter one bit!
The campus is really nice compared to most college campuses, the staff are professional, and most of the Professors are very cooperative in helping students be successful.
It's a college education at the same standard and curriculum as the University of South Carolina's main campus, but with smaller, more individualized classes where your professors take the time to get to know you. All the while you're receiving this major university education, you're still in the comfort of you're own town and being close to family and friends.