USC Union has acquired the old post office across from campus on Main Street. Once the Science and Nursing building renovations are complete, the post office will be turned in to the USC Union Fine Arts building. It will house a printing press room, gallery area, a kiln room, office space for two artists, studio space, and a large lecture room.
Thanks to Lockhart Power, the parking lot at the Fine Arts building also has two car charging stations. The stations were previously located in front of the USC Union gazebo, but were removed during construction on campus. City of Union and Union County were the first local governments in South Carolina to participate in the state’s Plug In SC campaign and USC Union is proud to be a location.
(Pictured: Lockhart Power COO Bryan Stone, Lockhart Power Senior Manager Community Relations and Development Andrena Powell-Baker, USC Union Director of Marketing & Development Annie Smith, USC Union’s dean Dr. John Catalano)