With final exams beginning later this week, President Andrew T. Hsu shared some songs to help students study.
The women's golf team beat Delaware by 11 shots, and sophomore Viktoria Hund took the individual title – only the second in school history – during the 2022 Colonial Athletic Association Championship on Sunday.
A group of young geology alumni established the Geology Alumni Endowed Award to fund undergraduate research, field studies and career development for current geology students. Senior Kesli Kruzel is the first recipient.
The College's new 'Share Your Chair' program invites the CofC community to celebrate this year's graduating students in the form of a message displayed on the back of commencement chairs.
The College of Charleston Board of Trustees approved the initial phases of the multimillion-dollar improvement plans for the Patriots Point Athletics Complex, sparking the launch of the capital project, which has already received more than $1.8 million in funding in private donations.
The Cougar Free Store offers the campus community free books, clothing, housewares, school/office supplies and more.
An AALANA inclusion event titled "All About Student Wellness" will be held 6–8 p.m. on March 24, 2022, to promote self-care and wellness.
Scientists are reconsidering what it means to be a 'T. rex,' thanks to research conducted in part by assistant professor of geology Scott Persons and alum Jay Van Raalte '20.
The Office of the Provost provides some recent and upcoming highlights from academic affairs, including the return of study abroad.
President Andrew T. Hsu expresses his appreciation for CofC faculty and staff during the pandemic and his sense of optimism and hope as we move forward.