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For Faculty and Staff


This page has been developed to provide the many resources available to you as a College of Nursing employee. Know a great resource that should be included or has one of the listed resources changed? Tell us here at CON Comments and Kudos or CON Facilities.

Office Supplies

We keep all the basics on hand. Please let your respective administrative coordinator know if you need paper, pens, folders, notepads, batteries, binders, toner, post-its or similar frequently used items. 

Special Requests office supplies such as Rolodex, Dymo label maker, USC/CON letterhead, USC/CON folders, USC/CON envelopes, and business cards can be ordered as needed. Special Orders may require department funding and account number.

IT Resources

Please visit our IT resources page to find pertinent information related to using our systems, software and obtaining support. To submit a Service Now IT Ticket, click here.

Phone/ Voicemail

Each full-time faculty and staff member is assigned a telephone and number in their office. These phones can be upgraded with Voice Mail. Long distance is standard on all phone installations. International calling can also be added if necessary. Please do not use directory assistance (411) from your university phone. This charges the college an unnecessary fee. Please submit a ServiceNow Request if you need assistance.


The university's brand strategy does more than inspire the look, feel and tone of communications. It is the foundation of USC's identity. Please visit our communications resource page or email Nicole Meares to learn more.

  • Share your news for opportunities to be highlighted on the web, in The CONnection, on social, etc. Form
  • Request for graphics, flyers, and marketing items click here.
  • Updates to Faculty and Staff webpages click here.

Facilities and Safety

Building Emergency Action Plan 

In collaboration with the university’s Department of Environmental Health and Safety and Division of Law Enforcement and Safety, the college has developed a Building Emergency Action Plan (BEAP).  The BEAP outlines information and procedures for various emergency situations and includes evacuation maps specifically for the Williams-Brice Building.  Two versions of the document are available on the K drive: one formatted with bookmarks for viewing digitally or printing single-sided, and one specially formatted for printing double-sided.  Please note that hardcopies of this document should be printed in color. K-Drive Location:  K:\Dept\Nursing\CON Guidelines and Procedures (Public)\1 - Building Emergency Action Plan


RAVE is a mobile app that turns any cell phone into a personalized protection network. It connects you directly with UofSC Police during an emergency and provides important information instantly.                     

ADA and Gender-Neutral Restrooms

The college has two ADA and Gender-Neutral Restrooms in the building. They are located on the 2nd and the 5th floor.

Student Study Rooms

The college has Student Study Rooms for Gamecock Nursing Students. The rooms are 129, 131, 304, 305, 423, 502C, and 518.

Report an Issue
  • Emergency - Call Campus Police @ 803-777-4215                              
  • Non- Emergent - Let us know if something needs to be repaired.
Conference Rooms
  • Legal Capacity - 8 (4 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - Fixed conference table
  • Features - Whiteboard cabinet
  • Tech - n/a
  • Legal Capacity - 38 (18 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - 17 mobile desks, 2 fixed desks
  • Features - Podium, 2 whiteboards
  • Tech - LCD projector, projection screen, document camera
  • Legal Capacity - 10 (5 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - Fixed conference table
  • Features - Podium, one Wide Screen TV
  • Tech - In-Room Desktop, laptop hookup (HDMI or USB-C), hanging mics, 2 webcams (Front and Back of Room)
  • Legal Capacity - 122 (64 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - 61 mobile desks, 1 fixed desk
  • Features - Podium
  • Tech - n/a
  • Legal Capacity - 16 (8 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - Fixed conference table
  • Features - n/a
  • Tech - n/a
  • Legal Capacity - 12 (6 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - 4 mobile desks
  • Features - Whiteboard
  • Tech - n/a
  • Legal Capacity - 25 (12 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - 8 desktop stations, 14 seats available for users with laptops, 1 fixed desk at front.
  • Features - Podium, mobile whiteboard
  • Tech - LCD projector, projection screen, document camera
  • Legal Capacity - 16 (8 - Covid)
  • Furniture setup - 6 mobile desks
  • Features - Podium, one wide Screen TV
  • Tech - In-Room Desktop, laptop hookup (HDMI or USB-C), hanging mics, 2 webcams (Front and Back of Room)


Employee Parking

The university handles everything related to vehicles on the Columbia campus — from purchasing a parking permit to maintaining the parking garages and lots on campus. Let Parking Services answer your questions and help you understand their regulations and policies.

Guest Parking

The college has two reserved parking spaces in the Pendleton Parking Garage.  To reserve a space, please contact the Dean’s suite with the date(s)/time(s) needed.

  • To obtain a visitor parking pass for “B” Lot, contact the Operations Coordinator. There is an $8.00 charge associated with this pass. Be aware that the visitor pass does not guarantee a parking space in “B” Lot. 
  • To reserve parking in “B” Lot for guests, contact the administrative support for your respective supervisor. There is a $25 setup fee and $10/space per-day charge associated with this pass. Prior approval must be received from your respective supervisor. This permit guarantees a parking space in “B” Lot. 
Special Events Parking

If your department is hosting a special event, submit a request for guest parking at least one week in advance. 

Human Resources

Training and Professional Development

The Office of Organizational and Professional Development (OPD) develops and delivers training and professional development programs and provides consultative services to improve individual, team, and organizational effectiveness and achieve university goals.


To fill a position such as a GA, TA, Postdoc or research assistant, reach out to Becki Dangerfield, HR Director.


With a robust state benefits package, the University of South Carolina offers you comprehensive coverage that will satisfy your personal preferences and provide for your family needs.


Health and Wellness and Benefits

Gamecocks LiveWell Program

Wellness programs and workshops are offered seasonally to help university faculty and staff meet their health and wellness goals.

Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation provides safe, accessible recreation services, programs and facilities to the greater university community. We strive to create experiences that facilitate healthy habits, leadership opportunities and campus involvement.

CON Wellness Committee

The purpose of the CON Wellness Committee is to offer staff, faculty and students activities that promote healthy lifestyle habits. 

CON Social Committee

Faculty/Staff Dues go towards events, holiday celebrations and other CON community oriented expenses, in support of the Social Events Committee.  

Examples:  retirement gifts, baby and wedding showers, gift cards for prizes, gift cards for the custodial staff, and paper products for potlucks and parties. 

CON Lactation Room

The college has a Lactation Room available to students, faculty, staff, and visitors who may be in need. It is located on the 6th floor, in room 601F. The door should be left unlocked. There is a lock that can be adjusted to say if the room is vacant or occupied. Please visit the Dean’s suite in room 202 if you need assistance.

CON Staff Mentorship Program

The purpose is to facilitate staff development and cultivate a sense of community as staff engage in sharing their knowledge and experiences with one another as mentors and mentees.For questions regarding this program, please contact

  • CON Communication – internal newsletter and college calendar: Jessica McCormick
  • Research Announcements – internal research newsletter: TBA
Recognition Cards – Gamecock Greatness

Have you seen someone displaying the College of Nursing’s values lately? Fill out a recognition card (found in the Dean’s suite).

Diversity – Inclusivity – Commitment – Caring – Integrity – Respect – Professionalism

Carolina Cares Cupboard (CCC)

The Carolina Cares Cupboard initiative provides essential everyday items to nursing students in need. These resources support students so they can focus on academics, which enhances their potential for success. Please contact Sevilla Bronson for questions.

Integrity Line - Provides safe, anonymous reporting resource. 

It is important to feel comfortable speaking up about workplace concerns. If you have an escalated an issue through your immediate chain of command, or if you feel that it is not an option to do so, employees are encouraged to use the University Integrity Line. It is administered by an independent third-party provider, which allows you to report questionable or unethical behavior anonymously.

Other Useful Resources

Know a great existing resource we should include in our list or a new resource that would benefit the college? Let us know about it by placing a ticket via ServiceNow.


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