The College of Charleston is adding four new academic programs this semester, including a minor in geoinformatics and an undergraduate certificate in cultural sustainability.
The College of Charleston welcomes over two dozen new professors to campus this year, with specialties ranging from bioinformatics to Native American religious traditions to behavioral finance.
More than 2,200 new students from across the U.S. and around the world will start at the College this month as part of the Class of 2024. Here are a few.
Three Honors College students at the College of Charleston established a weekly discussion series focused on racial inequality.
Each summer, students at the College of Charleston gain hands-on experience by working closely with faculty mentors on College-funded research projects that represent a wide range of academic disciplines.
Student Isaac Waters has been recognized as Student Entrepreneur of the Year for his efforts to raise funds for the Collegiate Recovery Program.
Computing in the arts major Paul Dierksheide beat over 300 other teams in the Adobe x Airbnb Creative Jam competition by creating a novel app for travelers.
One graduate from the College has combined her passion for dance and teaching to prepare for a career in education that she hopes will launch her into the role of a changemaker in that field.
A new course at the College is giving students firsthand experience creating strategic narratives for destination marketing of the Holy City.
One CofC professor specializing in the history of disease and public health offers a helpful perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic.