The Division of Institutional Advancement has had three record-breaking fundraising years in a row, with an all-time high of $23.1 million raised last year.
The American Association of Teachers of German has designated the College of Charleston German studies program a German Center of Excellence.
Thanks to support from the College's Center for Academic Performance and Persistence, Bryan Rickens returned as a student after struggling academically and is now poised to graduate next year with a degree in data science.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control will hold walk-up COVID-19 vaccine and booster clinics at the College of Charleston on Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
From leaders in education and business to dedicated stewards of the College, the 2022 Alumni Award recipients are making a difference both near and far.
CofC and Trident Technical College have created a 2+2 program that provides a clear map for students to transfer to the College of Charleston and graduate with a bachelor's degree in systems engineering in four years.
Biology major Timara Vereen, alongside professor Craig Plante, has spent the past year investigating mudflats near Grice Marine Laboratory to determine the impact of the eastern mud snail on microorganisms.
Marine biology major Josie Shostak and biology professor Chris Freeman are researching freshwater sponges throughout South Carolina, one of the first times the organism has been studied in the Palmetto State in nearly 30 years.
CofC’s resident scholar on death and dying, octogenarian George Dickinson has no plans on calling it quits any time soon.
CofC’s "Fresh Prince," Brandon Alston, creates campus fashionistas while reducing waste with his upcycled clothing.