With more than 220 student clubs and organizations – and 30 new ones proposed this year – the College has something for everyone. Take this quiz to find one for you!
One of the College’s most generous supporters, John A. Zeigler Jr., died on Friday at the age of 103. A memorial celebration will be held in the Recital Hall of the Simons Center at 3 p.m. on Oct. 17.
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture is celebrating both a 30th and a 150th anniversary this year.
Faculty and students are asked to check their email accounts throughout today, tonight and tomorrow morning for updates regarding any classroom changes.
This cancellation affects all classes, labs, meetings and other activities scheduled at the downtown campus (including Harbor Walk and Avery Research Center), North Campus, Patriot’s Point, Grice Marine Lab and the Lowcountry Graduate Center.
Due to inclement weather and flooding conditions throughout the Lowcountry, the College of Charleston has cancelled all classes and all College activities through noon on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Watch a video of College of Charleston students playing bubble soccer at Patriots Point. The event was organized by the Cougar Activities Board.
Family Weekend is a wonderful time for families to visit campus, see how their students are doing, and enjoy all that the College and Charleston have to offer.
Under the pilot program, high school students from seven South Carolina counties who graduate in the top 10 percent of their classes will be eligible for automatic admission to the College.