Alumna Sabra Horne is elevating the impact of a liberal arts education through a planned gift to the Dean's Excellence Fund for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Former basketball standout Jermaine Johnson '09 is joining four other College of Charleston alumni as a member of the 2021 South Carolina General Assembly.
Charissa Owens, the director of diversity education and training, will receive a MLK Humanitarian Award at the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.
With the Igoe Library Foundation’s gift to Special Collections, the CofC community is invited to explore one of the most important works in all of English literature: the King James Bible, printed in 1613.
As the College of Charleston wraps up its 250th anniversary celebration, we dug around to uncover what's really beneath the most iconic landmark on campus.
Without question 2020 was a challenging year, to say the least. Despite the difficulties, 2020 was also a year of innovation, dedication and perseverance for the CofC community, filled with moments of hope, pride and achievement.
After four decades of distinctive service, the EastWest Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to global diplomacy, is establishing a partnership with the College of Charleston to create the John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute.
Every journalist knows that conveying the news in both a catchy and informative way is a battle. And now so do 17 communication majors who had to manage this balancing act as part of their senior capstone project.
After nearly a year of teaching and learning in hybrid and online formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and faculty at CofC say these modes of instruction can be just as engaging, challenging and rewarding as traditional instruction methods.
The College of Charleston Alumni Association, in partnership with the College of Charleston Foundation, will honor nine distinguished alumni on Jan. 28, 2021, as part of CofC Day, the College's annual day of giving.
Special education major Emily Turner is the first recipient of the Elizabeth R. Reid Endowed Memorial School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Scholarship, which honors the life of alumna Elizabeth Reid.
The new Helms Scholars Program at the College of Charleston School of Business is giving students pursuing a degree in commercial real estate finance a leg up in the industry before they even enter the workforce.