The College of Charleston computer replacement program is back this fiscal year, with some new guidelines.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu reflect on the success of faculty and staff faculty and staff as we all navigate difficult and fast-changing circumstances together.
The Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World Program has announced Caroline Grego, a visiting assistant professor at Queens University, as the winner of the 2021 Rachel Hines Prize for a first book related to the Lowcountry and/or the broader Atlantic World.
With health and safety top of mind as students settle into campus life, here are some tips to help keep CofC's Cougars protected and feeling their best.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu shared the following message with students regarding the university's safety protocols for COVID-19 as the institution prepares to begin the fall 2021 semester next week.
The College of Charleston has issued new guidelines for campus events and student travel as the institution continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in the surrounding community.
Buoyed by loyal donors and alumni, the College of Charleston Foundation reached a new fundraising record in fiscal year 2021, garnering more than $20 million in philanthropic gifts.
All CofC students registered or planning to register for classes during the fall 2021 semester must comply with a one-time COVID-19 testing requirement prior to their return to campus.
For the third time since 2018, the College of Charleston Athletic Fund had a record-breaking fundraising year, raising more than $2.6 million for the Athletics Department.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu, along with CofC leaders, on Wednesday encouraged faculty, staff and students to wear face coverings on campus while around others indoors.