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Did You Know?
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"USC Aiken has the best faculty around! Professors and advisors really have your best interest in mind and will always work with you."
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- Dana Hailat, Biology (pre-dental) major
Step 1 - Self Service Carolina (SSC)
|Updated: Wed Nov 27 13:33:52 EST 2013|
The information found on this page is only for USCA Students newly admitted into the USC University System for Fall 2013 who will be attending the USCA campus. If you are a Current USCA Student or transferring in from another campus within the USC University System, this information is not for you; you'll be notified when you need to switch to the new systems and instructions will be provided at that time.
As we continue the transition to new systems and services for students, we are aware of the confusion the changes may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the USCA Computer Services Help Desk at 803-641-3391 (non-campus phones) or 4357 (campus phones), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self Service Carolina (SSC)
You'll manage most of your university business through the Self Service Carolina (SSC) website. SSC is where you'll: complete enrollment steps, register for classes, view grades, review financial aid information and pay your bill. To access SSC, you'll need two pieces of information: your VIP ID and the last four digits of your USC ID.
What are your VIP ID and USC ID?
Your VIP ID is an 8-digit number used as a username to log into various university websites.
Your USC ID is a 10-digit alpha-numeric ID created for you by the university. It is used for various purposes within your Student Record and the last four digits of this ID are used to initially help set your VIP ID Password.
Both your VIP ID and your USC ID can be found on your acceptance letter. They will both be used to set your VIP ID Password.
Set your VIP ID Password...
Go to: my.sc.edu
Locate the Admitted for Fall 2013 options and click "Set Your VIP ID Password".
Scroll down to the options at the bottom of the page and click "I am a new user who had never used my VIP ID and need to establish my password".
Complete all fields of the form.
Don't forget to enter the 6-letter code at the bottom.
Click "Continue" on the lower-right side of the screen.
You'll then be asked to create two security questions.
Once you've created your security questions, click "Continue".
You then set your VIP ID Password. Pay close attention to the password requirements. Be sure not to forget this password, you'll need it repeatedly as a USCA student.
Log into Self Service Carolina...
To access Self Service Carolina (SSC), return to the my.sc.edu page and click "Self Service Carolina (SSC)"from the menu links on the left of the page.
The Self Service Carolina (SSC) screen will be shown. Click "Sign In".
Enter your VIP ID and VIP Password into the SC Authentication System login screen.
If this is your first time logging into SSC, you'll be shown your USC Network Username and asked to set your Network Password. Your Network Username and Password are used for accessing email, logging into Blackboard and taking Placement Tests.
Be sure to write down or memorize your Network Username before leaving the page.
Set your Network Password as requested paying special attention to the Password Restrictions. Be sure to remember this password.
Now that you have your USC Network Username and Password you can use those to continue the account setup process by setting up your Email Account.
|CAMPUS PHONES: 4357 (HELP) NON-CAMPUS PHONES: 803-641-3391 E-MAIL: HELP@USCA.EDU|