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... an academic environment conducive to excellence necessary to keep South Carolina's best students instate ... and the first students were admitted into the South Carolina Honors College in 1978 ... these problems, Holderman issued the Carolina Plan that outlined a centralized and unified approach to be taken by the University system ...
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