Virtual Events
The Alumni Association is offering free webinars for anyone interested. Topics on the agenda: a wine tasting, an economic outlook, the annual Alumni Awards presentation and a tour of the newest Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., the National Museum of African American History and Culture, led by Jasmine Utsey ’08 (pictured above), the museum’s program manager and liaison for business operations and facilities planning. Visit the Alumni Association website to register.

Holiday Cheer Virtual Wine Tasting
Dec. 10, 2020

Economic Outlook Forum
Jan. 14, 2021

CofC Day and Presentation of the Annual Alumni Awards
Jan. 28, 2021

Tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Feb. 10, 2021

Faculty Faves
The Top 10 “favorite professors” of all time noted in recent alumni survey:

  1. William Moore | political science
  2. Steve Litvin | hospitality and tourism
  3. Nan Morrison | English
  4. John Creed | political science
  5. Harry Freeman | biology
  6. George Dickinson | sociology
  7. John Rashford | anthropology
  8. Louise Doire | religious studies
  9. Gorka Sancho | biology
  10. Thomas Palmer | political science

Peace Corps LogoCitizens of the World
The College has been ranked No. 14 among medium-sized schools on the Peace Corps’ list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2020. CofC is the only school in South Carolina to make the list. Before the pandemic, CofC had 21 alumni volunteering in countries around the world. This is the fourth consecutive year that the College of Charleston has ranked among the Top 20 medium schools on the list – but the College has an even longer history of producing Peace Corps volunteers: More than 290 alumni have served since the organization was founded in 1961.