The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) is available Feb. 10 to March 31, 2016. Freshman and seniors should check their College e-mail or log on to MyCharleston to take the survey.
Freshman Josh Bristow’s dance performances at basketball games are unforgettable and have made him a local celebrity. See him in action at the James Madison game on Feb. 11, 2016.
Homecoming 2016 is many things. It’s a time of service, honor and spirit – and, of course, a little friendly competition. And it’s all happening right now at the College of Charleston.
CAA coaches picked the Cougars to finish second in the league. The College opens its season at Patriots Point on Feb. 19 against Nebraska.
The biggest hurdle on the horizon for track and field star Alexia Neal is representing Belize in the 2016 Olympics.
As the Athletics Department’s administrative specialist for more than 20 years, Patricia Clark is more than just a familiar face to student-athletes. She’s a mom away from home, an advocate, a fan, a listener, adviser, and more.
The College of Charleston Sailing Team has won nearly 30 national championships and been named the top program in the nation six times, most recently in 2015.
The high-scoring basketball player underwent surgery to correct a shoulder injury.
Underhand free throws, a hamburger sandwiched between donuts, celebrity sightings, a high-flying freshman standout. Why wouldn’t you attend the Jan. 7 home game against Hofstra?
Check out some of the College’s 2015 highlights as another great year wraps up.
The Cougars are making their first appearance in the poll since the 2011-12 season as they prepare for a major road game against No. 25 Miami on Dec. 19.