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SCNG CAP application window for spring, summer 2023 semesters opens Nov. 20

The application window for the South Carolina National Guard College Assistance Program for the spring and summer 2023 semesters will open at 12:01 a…

Industry Innovation Summit highlights FAFSA completion software, cloud-based software development education

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education hosted an Industry Innovation Summit Oct. 28 to learn more about offerings from the Oracle…

South Carolina, Taiwan sign agreement to increase bilateral higher education opportunities

CHE President and Executive Director Rusty Monhollon, PhD, and Elliot Wang, Director-General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta,…

Plan will disburse $5M to supplement qualified nursing faculty pay

Columbia — As part of the state’s efforts to address the nursing shortage, the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) announced today…

Carvers Bay High recognized for excellence in college access

Carvers Bay High School in Hemingway is one of only 19 schools nationwide, and the only one in South Carolina to be named an American College…

2022 College Application Season kicks off in South Carolina

COLUMBIA -- The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) announced today that 2022 College Application Season is underway across the state…

CHE Veteran Affairs assistant director Frank Myers elected as president of NASAA

Frank Myers, Assistant Director of Veteran Affairs at the Commission on Higher Education, was recently elected president of the National Association…

Regional Contract Program helps aspiring veterinarian pursue her dream

Alston Jenkins’ interest in animals started when she was young, sparked by visits to her grandparents' home in Louisburg, North Carolina, where there…

Scholarship appeals deadline extended through Sept. 9

The deadline for state scholarship appeals for the 2022-23 academic year has been extended by one week, the South Carolina Commission on Higher…

Fall Semester: Five things to know from CHE Student Affairs

Every fall, thousands of students begin or resume their studies at colleges and universities across the state. When administrative problems arise…