From sports to campus recreation to student activities, life at the College of Charleston is bright and busy these days.
Honors College students Lucas Moyon and Grace Kern co-founded the non-partisan student club Cougar Votes to help register their peers to vote.
The College is expanding its use of Everbridge to issue Cougar Alerts to the campus community as well as to parents, neighbors, visitors and others who elect to receive these emergency notifications regarding emergencies occurring on or near campus.
A Triceratops and "Scotty" the Tyrannosaurus, as well as a new online tour, are the latest additions to the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History.
Commencement exercises for CofC's Class of 2020 were undoubtedly different. But the meaning behind the day was more poignant than ever. Take a look at some of the standout moments of the day.
After a months-long delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, the College of Charleston on Saturday, Oct. 10, held commencement exercises for the Class of 2020.
From Folklore of the African Disapora to Nanotechnology in Medicine to From Russia With Code: Cybersecurity and Russian, CofC's roster of classes this fall is impressively broad in scope and innovation.
The Center for Sustainable Development and Addlestone Library at the College of Charleston collaborated to create a digital collection of anti-racism and social justice literature to enhance learning opportunities for students.
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs embarked on a plan to leverage digital technology in order to integrate immersive and sustained international education into the daily classroom experience.
Theatre major Noah Ezell '20 has won the 2020 national Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Undergraduate Theatre Scholar Award.
A group of College of Charleston alumni are shedding light on their experiences as Black men, fathers and husbands in the YouTube series 'The Real Husbands of CofC.'
College of Charleston alumnus and baseball standout Phillip Coker is now battling a new opponent in the field of medicine – COVID-19.