It’s likely that you will see more prospective students visiting campus in the next few months. This is a wonderful opportunity for us all to showcase the friendly, helpful atmosphere that is a hallmark of the College of Charleston experience.
At the College of Charleston, students can participate in a variety of club sports with almost 20 different choices ranging from climbing and fencing to rugby, ice hockey and Ultimate Frisbee.
More than 3,000 new students are starting at the College of Charleston this fall, hailing from all over the U.S. and around the world. Here are a few of the newest Cougars.
Making the transition from high school to college can be challenging, which is why the College of Charleston offers the SPECTRA program to over 100 new students every summer.
CofC alumni Liam Becker '16 and John Berdux '14 started Apis Mercantile to prove to the world that you can sell hemp extract and honey products in a sustainable and profitable way.
Biology alumnus Will Freund '17 is sail-kayaking from Miami to Norfolk, Virginia, to find out from residents along the way how their coastal environment has changed in recent years.
Wanting to be good stewards and good neighbors, CofC faculty, staff and alumni helped shape the City of Charleston's new Climate Action Plan, which aims to create an equitable strategy for a healthier future.
As the deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs in the U.S. Department of Education, Michelle Asha Cooper '95 is in a position to make big changes in higher education, particularly regarding affordability and access.
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.
It turns out, one way to generate interest in computer coding – according to computer science professor and department chair Bill Manaris – is through music, like his Computers, Art and Music course.