A series of philanthropic gifts from individual donors and corporations has helped set up the College's new engineering program for growth and success.
Thanks in part to the Transfer Resource Center and the Transfer Mentor Program the College has welcomed a record 636 transfer students for the fall 2021 semester.
With access to the resources of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities is a leader in community research, education and practice.
Systems engineering major Carter Blanton has spent his summer working at touchscreen monitor company Goldfinger, doing everything from testing logic boxes to building motherboards.
A postdoctoral award from the American Association of University Women will allow history professor Shannon Eaves to focus on finishing a book project about the sexual exploitation of enslaved women.
The summer 2021 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is hitting mailboxes now.
As the first Black graduate of the College 50 years ago, Eddie Ganaway ’71 was a trailblazer in a white blazer.
Much like the incredible escape of Ellen and William Craft from enslavement, their photo album had just been waiting at the Avery for someone like Mary Trent to discover it.
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of new books written by them attests.
Following his documentary about the enslaved Africans who helped build the College, Adjunct English Professor Michael Owens is now capturing the stories of Black World War II soldiers.