Over 400 students received degrees in the first CofC commencement ever held outside the City of Charleston.
Jayne Pardys, who graduated last week as a double-major in dance and anthropology, discovered her love for education while exploring the intersection of dance and culture.
Check out the Class of 2021 by the numbers.
The spring 2021 semester at the College of Charleston ended with a flurry of activity including an arts festival, putt-putt in the Cistern Yard, the annual Multicultural Graduation Celebration and much more.
With lessons learned over a lifetime in their respective careers, Helen Hill of the Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and Nigel Redden of Spoleto Festival USA will provide graduates with insights at commencement.
Here are answers to some common questions about the College of Charleston's Spring 2021 Commencement ceremonies taking place May 6-8.
With a double master's degree on her résumé, one recent graduate of the University of Charleston, S.C. is ready to start making meaningful environmental changes in the world.
Vernon L. Kennedy Jr., who will graduate this week with a degree in biology, recently received the 2021 Presidential Award for Scholarship, Leadership and Service – the College’s most prestigious honor for students.
The Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) recognized LACS-Spanish double major Leasette León with its Outstanding Student Award earlier this year – something the graduating senior never imagined.
When Matthew Keller '10 graduated from the College with bachelor's degrees in chemistry and biochemistry, he had no idea that a decade later he would be researching the virus causing the worst pandemic in over a century.
In honor of Women's History Month, which runs from March 1-30, here are a few of the College of Charleston women who have helped shape the past, present and future at CofC and beyond.
Arts management alum Jake Zinn '20 wants to offer music fans all the latest music news at their fingertips with the new app Beepr.