The College of Engineering and Computing provides a variety of services to support our faculty, staff and students – past, present and future – to allow all to succeed.
The Career Center at CEC is located in the Swearingen Engineering Center and is offered for engineering and computing students with counselors and job offering specifically targets for your fields. Open for on-call/drop-in hours from 1 pm to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. Feel free to make an appointment if you would like to come in during other hours.
Development and Alumni Relations
USC’s College of Engineering and Computing boasts one of the finest programs in the Southeast and is becoming recognized for its excellence throughout the world. The Office of Development and Alumni Relations supports the College's fundraising efforts and developments and maintains contacts with our alumni.
ITS Help Desk
Information Technology Services (ITS) is responsible for managing and maintaining the college's academic labs, active directory, e-mail server and services for faculty and staff, network security, LAN network and infrastructure, VPN servers and services, and the CSE literacy labs. ITS supports the dean's staff and provides consulting and services for our college and departments.
High Performance Computing Group (HPCG)
HPCG provides researchers with support and expertise to effectively use powerful computing technology for simulation and advanced computation, strongly emphasizing collaboration between departments, Colleges, and outside institutions.
Located at 300 Sumter Street, the facility supports the design and fabrication needs for the College, featuring a full machine shop, including CNC capabilities, welding/sheet metal, woodworking and a student work area.
Outreach/K-12 Programs and Prospective Students
The Office of Outreach, Recruitment and Retention nurtures scholarly growth among precollege, undergraduate, and graduate students. The Office includes tours, Project Lead the Way, Enhanced Learning Experiences, Summer Programs for K-12 and the annual Edison Lecture Series for middle and high school students.
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) is a surface sensitive technique widely used for analysis of elemental compositions and oxidation states. The facility houses a Kratos Axis Ultra DLD instrument equipped with a monochromated Al Ka x-ray source and hemispherical analyzer capable of an energy resolution of 0.5 eV, and welcomes samples both from academic and industrial users.