A small, public university with just over 2,005 students from around the world, the University of South Carolina Beaufort is a dynamic and vibrant academic community that serves the Lowcountry and beyond.
Whether an aspiring artist or a marine biologist, an educator or a writer, at the University of South Carolina Beaufort, students discover a big-time educational experience at a truly affordable price.
Students at the University of South Carolina Beaufort can also expect:
It's time to discover a powerful future ahead.
Each year, USCB attracts students from five continents and nearly 40 U.S. states who seek a powerful future
With world-class golf, tennis, boating and accommodation facilities, beaches, creeks and marshes, excellent dining and nightlife, arts and cultural centers, and environmental and historical educational sites and programs, this region offers the perfect learning laboratory for hospitality studies and for enjoying your time at the University.
A variety of internships and employment opportunities are available for students and graduates on Hilton Head Island, in Beaufort as well as Savannah. Many local businesses provide tuition assistance for Hospitality Management students who work in the field while completing an internship as part of the degree program.
Earn a baccalaureate in Hospitality Management at the resorts of Hilton Head Island, an international destination that attracts more than two million visitors from around the world. USCB's program provides a unique opportunity for students to study hospitality management in a real-life learning laboratory.
Graduates of the Hospitality Management program will be prepared to build successful careers in the booming tourism industry such as:
Join us and experience a quality education in an exceptional environment.
With more than 30 areas of study and just as many student organizations—as well as numerous undergraduate research opportunities—students discover a diverse learning experience at USCB.
Research involving college students nationwide has long indicated that students who live on campus are more satisfied with their college experience, earn higher grades, and are more likely to graduate.
Living on campus at USCB puts students just steps away from the dining hall, the fitness center, the library and a wide array of student services. Can’t function without Starbucks in the morning? Find it right on campus with many other favorites.
By living on campus, students find it easy to get connected with one of the 30 + clubs and organizations available, a student employment opportunity, intramural sports, or one of the wide range of service opportunities available through Student Life.
Enjoy the simplicity of having all utilities included in housing costs. By living on campus, students avoid the hassle of having to pay water, electric, cable, and internet bills separately. Better still, washers and dryers are in-apartment.
The Department of Public Safety offers 24-hour coverage with immediate response to calls for service. The residence halls are staffed with Resident Assistants for each tower and two live-on professional staff members to help monitor the halls.
Living on campus will exposes students to the emotional, social, and academic support necessary to be successful as a student. Resident Assistants will serve as a first contact for many common issues. Counseling, tutoring, career services and a variety of social activities are all readily available.
Discover who you are, and who you want to be. It’s about discovering a community and making new friends—roasting s’mores over a campus fire pit, making a late-night snack with your roommates, or coming together as a student body to beat the faculty members in kickball. At USCB, these discoveries will help you become part of our close-knit community.
With more than 30 student organizations, you’ll sharpen your skills, develop interests, and hone the kind of leadership skills that will last a lifetime.
Whether it’s working out in the Fitness Center, playing intramural sports, challenging a friend at ping pong in the Campus Center, going to Fright Week or Spring Fling, or planning campus events through the Sand Shark Activities Board, you’ll always be able to find something fun happening on campus.