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.
With her background as a combat videographer and two deployments to Iraq, Jessica McMahan is ideally suited to assist military veterans attending the College.
The College of Charleston community will gather on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, to hold a candlelight vigil in honor of the victims of the shootings at Emanuel AME Church.
A professor at the College is capitalizing on Pope Francis’ U.S. visit and his views on climate change to spark classroom discussions about religion and environmentalism.
Avery Research Center presents the first-ever Septima P. Clark Award for Excellence in Black Education to radio personality and philanthropist Tom Joyner.
Alexander Lumans ’06 spent three frigid yet exhilarating weeks aboard a tall ship sailing through the Arctic Circle.
Opening in January 2016, the College’s new kosher/vegetarian dining facility will be open all day to students with meal plans and the public.
Lauren Swing ’11 jumped head first into her field of political science by working on different aspects of congressional campaigns after graduation.
The College of Charleston is home to one of the most beautiful and lush urban campuses in the country. Grounds crew leader Marlene Williams is a big reason why.