Students hold silent protest at SC State University as school considers eliminating programs

Student organizations held a silent protest at South Carolina State University on Wednesday as the university’s board of trustees consider eliminating academic programs at the university.

Students on campus were concerned as this topic was brought up by the university’s Board of Trustees last month. They expected the board to take it up again at its meeting Wednesday, but that discussion never happened.

The SC State Board of Trustees is still in the review process of eliminating six programs including history, special education, art education and social studies.

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