Admission COVID-19 FAQs

As of now, Orientation is still planned as normal. We will re-evaluate our plans at the beginning of May and make decisions based on state government recommendations/policies in place.

Absolutely! Spaces are still filling up fast so if you want one of the earlier sessions, register now. Even if Orientation were to be delayed, you will keep your order in Orientation (ex. Session A will still be Session A no matter the date).

Log-in to your MyJSU account, look under student links, and click “Gamecock Orientation.”

Yes! If you have not applied, you need to complete an application. If you have already applied, you’ll need to update your application term by completing this quick form. Reach out to your Admissions Counselor so we can get you connected with the Orientation team to help with registration. Summer coursework will not impact your freshman scholarship, although freshman scholarships only begin in the Fall semester.

The fall schedule is planned to proceed as normal. We will continue to evaluate and keep you updated.

Email our Financial Aid Office at and a Financial Aid Counselor can answer your questions or schedule a virtual session with you.

We sent an email to you asking about your plans! Look for an email from and you can submit your answer which will link you to registering for Orientation!

Yes! The priority deadline was April 1st but you can still apply for housing and receive an assignment.

All freshmen are required to attend Gamecock Orientation which is where you will meet with your advisor and register for classes!

What if I have additional questions?

Reach out to your Admissions Counselor or email