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South Carolina State University is a historically black university located in Orangeburg, South Carolina. It is the only state funded, historically black land-grant institution in South Carolina and is a member school of the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund. The school's campus size is 160 acres (0.6 km), with an additional 287 acres (1.2 km) at Camp Harry Daniels in Elloree, South Carolina. Three buildings, Lowman Hall, Hodge Hall, and Dukes Gymnasium were placed in the South Carolina State College Historic District, making all three buildings National Historical Landmarks. Academic programs received more attention as the student population increased, but other programs, such as the university's high school, were forced to close due to the Great Depression. Fortunately, the New Deal Programs were used to create, among other things, Wilkinson Hall, the university's first separate library building (now home to Admissions and Financial Aid). The college's campus grew, as it purchased over 150 acres (0.6 km) for agricultural learning. After World War II, many students flocked to the college, creating a classroom shortage problem for the school. In 1947, the United States Army...


  • Capital City Classic keeps Benedict-S.C. State rivalry alive

    The State 13 hours ago
    The Palmetto Capital City Classic is keeping alive the football rivalry between Benedict College and South Carolina State University for another year. The Capital City Classic committee announced on Tuesday that the two South Carolina teams will open the season ...

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