The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative has debuted two new exhibits, 'Hidden Voices' and 'The Morris Street Business District,' which examine different aspects of Black history in the Lowcountry.
In recognition of Women's History Month, the College is hosting Gender Equity Week March 8-12 with a lineup of virtual events aimed at celebrating women's history and empowering women- and gender- diverse communities today.
The 21st Century Library initiative seeks to expand access to and instruction of 21st century technology and its applications in the classroom and beyond.
With the Igoe Library Foundation’s gift to Special Collections, the CofC community is invited to explore one of the most important works in all of English literature: the King James Bible, printed in 1613.
Alumnus Jim Phillips ’73 donated a rare six-volume Moon atlas set that’s one of just two available to the public in the U.S.
With students slated to return to campus next week, the doors of Addlestone Library are once again open. Find out how the College Libraries have adapted to safely and effectively serve students and faculty.
Organized by CofC’s LGBTQ Life in the Lowcountry archival project, an edit-a-thon for Wikipedia last month helped elevate the history of the LGBTQ community in the Charleston area.
From providing laptops and books to research help for students to instructional support to faculty for online classes, the College of Charleston Libraries are dedicated to serving the CofC community.
With an increased focus in recent years on digital services, the College of Charleston Libraries is ready to serve students and faculty during the e-learning period.
A new exhibit through the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative explores the complex history of Stono Preserve, a nearly 1,000-acre property owned by the College of Charleston.