University of South Carolina Upstate


Spartanburg, South Carolina

A citizen's committee requested that Spartanburg be included
in the University of South Carolina system.
The Spartanburg Regional Campus, as it was first known,
opened its doors in the fall of 1967 to 177 students on the first floor of the
Spartanburg General Hospital nursing residence.
Enrollment continued to increase, which resulted in the school becoming a
four-year university in 1975 and being renamed the University of South Carolina Spartanburg.
In 2004 USCS changed its name to the University of South Carolina Upstate.

5000 Students

Head Coach:
Matt Fincher
USCS Visitor Information

Spartanburg Visitors Bureau

The Beacon Drive-In
(Like a super-Varsity Drive-In)
Carolina BBQ
(near campus)
Wade's Southern Cooking
(home cooking)

Directions to Charles Harley Baseball Park

Driving Directions:

5 hours 40 minutesFrom Interstate 26:
Take exit 18B to Interstate 85 North. Follow I-85 to exit 72 (Hwy. 176-585).
At the end of the exit ramp, turn right on Hwy. 176.
Take the East Campus Boulevard exit and turn left at the light.
For the Louis P. Howell Athletic Complex (baseball, soccer, softball, and tennis),
follow East Campus Blvd. to North Campus Blvd. and turn left at the stop sign.
The Athletic Complex will be on your right about 300 yards.