About Human Resources
The Human Resources Office supports the University through planning, implementing, and promoting human resource programs and practices that enhance the University's ability to attract, develop, reward, and retain an exceptional faculty and staff*.
USC Upstate, with approximately 5,500 students, employs 224 full-time faculty, 194 part-time faculty and approximately 500 staff members. Ninety-six percent of tenured and tenure-track, full-time faculty at USC Upstate hold the highest degree available in their disciplines from respected graduate programs across the country.
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About the University
The University of South Carolina Upstate is a coeducational, public, comprehensive metropolitan institution. Founded in 1967, USC Upstate strives to be one of the southeast's leading "metropolitan" universities that acknowledges as its fundamental reason for being its relationship to its surrounding cities, their connecting corridors and expanding populations.
The University is fully accredited to offer degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, the George Dean Johnson, Jr. College of Business and Economics, the Schools of Education and Nursing, and the graduate division. USC Upstate also provides classes to students in Greenville at the USC Upstate Greenville Campus, located in the University Center of Greenville at McAlister Square.
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