President Amiridis sends holiday greetings to students.
As president of the University of South Carolina, Michael Amiridis communicates with students, faculty, staff and other members of the Carolina family about topics that affect university life and the greater community.
President Amiridis announces a change to the Academic Calendar, beginning Fall 2024.
To kick off a week of special events, President Amiridis shares a message with first-generation college students.
Statements from Board of Trustees Chair Thad Westbrook and President Michael Amiridis.
President Amiridis reflects on the achievements of the past year and looks to the future with his first State of the University address.
USC students are invited to design the art for the President and First Lady's 2023 holiday greeting card.
President Amiridis welcomes students back to campus for the Fall 2023 semester.
As the campus prepares for student move-in, President Amiridis encourages faculty and staff to serve as ambassadors.
President Amiridis issues a statement following the U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding higher education admissions.
President Amiridis shares a message of support as the campus heads into Spring exams.
On the occasion of his investiture as 30th president of USC, President Amiridis shared his vision for the university.
President Amiridis shares follow-up report on the undergraduate student retreat, Imagine Carolina, held last September.
The president shares a holiday message and reflects on the Fall semester.
President Amiridis sends a special message for First-Generation College Celebration Week.
President Michael Amiridis and First Lady Ero Aggelopoulou-Amiridis invite USC students to design the art for their 2022 holiday greeting card.
President Amiridis and Student Body President Reedy Newton invite undergraduates to share their ideas at a special September event.
President Amiridis welcomes students back to campus for a new semester.
As he begins his role as the 30th president of the University of South Carolina, Michael Amiridis shares a first message with students, faculty and staff.