With engagement and philanthropy as its guiding star, the Division of Institutional Advancement looks forward to increasing its financial sustainability trajectory and accelerating future success.
The College of Charleston is feeling the loss of one of its greatest champions, Karen Linehan Mroz, who passed away Jan. 13, 2024. Mroz made an impact on many lives around the globe and shared her experiences and passions with the College community.
Abby Flynn is the first recipient of the Sabine Lang Honors Success Scholarship, which was created to support highly intellectual students who work harder because society is not set up to support certain learning differences.
Dave Aurich, associate dean of students, received the National Association of Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Research Grant Award for his risk rubric for student organizations and presented his initial findings at the NaBITA annual conference.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning offers a variety of certificate programs to faculty and staff, including the certificates in Wellness and Well-Being, Sustainability Across the Curriculum and Developing Your Research Agenda.
Students in Kate Mullaugh's environmental chemistry class worked through the Cougar Changemaker Program to get electric-powered equipment for the Grounds Crew and thereby lower the hazardous emissions released on campus.
The Israel and Edith Altman Family Endowed Scholarship has had an impact on its first two recipients, Takoyah Johnson '25 and Jenna Stern '24, who are happy to carry on their pursuit of knowledge at the College of Charleston.
College of Charleston faculty learn how to increase productivity and maintain work-life balance through the NCFDD Faculty Success Program, an intensive, online boot camp.
The College of Charleston Alumni Association will honor eight distinguished alumni at the Alumni Awards Gala on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023.
Beemok Hospitality Collection has established a scholarship and leadership program for CofC hospitality and tourism management students.