Partners Program: Terms and Conditions
- The monetary portion of the Partnership Program must be received by April 3, 2017. Any delay in payment may preclude the business from any and all partnership opportunities. Any legal fees associated with obtaining past due fees will be paid by the business/partner.
- All advertising must be approved by the Director of New Student Orientation. All opportunities are on a first come, first serve availability, and the Office of New Student Orientation and the University of South Carolina have the right to exclude the participation of businesses that do not align with our educational and service mission (Ex: alcohol, drugs, adult business, politically charged messaging, etc.) Furthermore, the Office of New Student Orientation has the right to reject any ads and/or PowerPoint slides that are of poor quality or design as determined by the office.
- Your business’s intent to participate in the Orientation Resource Fair must be communicated to the Office of New Student Orientation by April 3, 2017 and is available in the Carolina & Cocky Level packages ONLY. Any unplanned absence at the Orientation Resource Fair must be communicated to the Office of New Student Orientation as soon as possible. Failure to communicate absences will result in removal from the fair. Two absences in the Orientation Resource Fair will result in removal from the fair.
- Customized promotional opportunities will be approved at the discretion of the Office of New Student Orientation.
- It is the responsibility of the partner to provide the Office of New Student Orientation with any and all information necessary for various partnership levels by April 3, 2017. No fees will be returned for failure to meet any and all of the terms and conditions listed.
- The partner agrees to document any special opportunities or agreements made and obtain signatures from the Director of New Student Orientation and partnering business owner.
- The partner must agree to provide accurate and ethical communication of all relevant services to new students and families.
- As a partner with the Office of New Student Orientation, the business must agree to assist students and families with their transition into the Carolina Community through the promotion of goods and services that are relevant, realistic, and necessary for a student’s first year.