CARTA has announced route and schedule changes that will affect CofC students and employees traveling to and from campus.
CofC In the News
In this week’s installment: an economist talks about the impact of a new Volvo plant; a look at an upcoming congressional race; computer science students work to help area businesses, and more.
One College of Charleston alumnus is making a name for himself by getting wounded military veterans and active service personnel on the water sailing, and he’ll be doing that in a big way at Sperry Charleston Race Week.
In this week’s installment: CofC students present a new earthquake study; the College unveils the new Floyd Breeland Endowed Scholarship, architect Robert Stern to be honored by College’s School of the Arts; and more.
In this week’s installment: College of Charleston sailors are getting ready for the Olympics; CofC has a new way of looking at earthquakes; a political science professor looks at the fight over the U.S. Supreme Court; and more.
The College of Charleston hosts the Warrior Sailing Program for a four-day advanced racing clinic on Charleston Harbor.
The Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program at the College of Charleston wins awards and provides hands-on learning for its students. Recently, students were able to witness the award-winning restoration of three historic buildings on campus.
In this week’s installment: a political scientist talks about the road to the White House; betting on gambling in Georgia; a former CofC president remembers Pat Conroy and more.
College of Charleston faculty, students and events were featured on CNN, Showtime, The Miami Herald, Huffington Post and more during last week’s Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina.
In this week’s installment: political scientists talk about the upcoming S.C. primaries; the College hits its fundraising goal, Addlestone Library to help archive the papers of former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley and more.
The BOUNDLESS campaign, which is the largest fundraising and engagement initiative in the College’s 246-year history, has raised more than $127 million since the beginning of its effort in October 2009.