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CofC Students Donate 1,000s of Pounds of Materials During Move Out

CofC Students Donate 1,000s of Pounds of Materials During Move Out

College of Charleston students donated thousands of pounds to Goodwill Industries in 2015 through a program called Give and Go.

Teacher Education Professor Takes on Tanzania

Teacher Education Professor Takes on Tanzania

College of Charleston professor mutindi ndunda is in Tanzania for the summer thanks to a prestigious grant from the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.

Avery Center Receives $125K Grant to Spark Conversations About Race and Inequality

Avery Center Receives $125K Grant to Spark Conversations About Race and Inequality

Google awarded a total of $375,000 to local community organizations, including the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

Board of Trustees Approves Resolutions Concerning Church Tragedy and Confederate Battle Flag

Board of Trustees Approves Resolutions Concerning Church Tragedy and Confederate Battle Flag

The College of Charleston Board of Trustees today approved two resolutions concerning the Church Tragedy and Confederate battle flag.

Notice Regarding Operations on Friday (June 26, 2015)

Notice Regarding Operations on Friday (June 26, 2015)

Notice from Vice President of Human Resources Ed Pope regarding College of Charleston operations for June 26, 2015.

Updated Orientation Schedule – June 25, 2015

Updated Orientation Schedule – June 25, 2015

Schedule updates to College of Charleston orientation session two, to take place June 25, 2015.

College Announces Matt Heath as New Head Baseball Coach

College Announces Matt Heath as New Head Baseball Coach

The College of Charleston announces Matt Heath as the new head baseball coach. Heath has served as the Cougars’ assistant coach under Monte Lee since 2011.

Information on Prayer Service Honoring Victims of Church Tragedy

Information on Prayer Service Honoring Victims of Church Tragedy

Details on the June 19, 2015 prayer service honoring the victims of the Charleston church tragedy.

Updated: Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Updated: Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from President McConnell Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from President McConnell Regarding Church Tragedy

President McConnell’s statement on the Charleston church tragedy that took place on June 17, 2015.