Wanting to honor his parents contributions to the education of Black students during the civil rights era, Ronald and Cynthia Thompson created the Constance Morrison Thompson and Robert F. Morrison Family Legacy Scholarship in support of Black students at CofC.
Thanks to generous donors, the new 1967 Legacy Program, which supports the academic and professional success of Black students, is able to offer robust scholarship support and extra curricular activities in its first year.
The College of Charleston at Stono Preserve offers students the chance to explore a natural Lowcountry environment and get hands-on experience in conservation.
The Career Center's new Financial Wellness Initiative will provide resources and support to help students reduce financial concerns and overcome barriers during their time in college.
The Theodore S. and Alva D. Stern Endowed Scholarship honors the legacy of late CofC President Theodore “Ted" Stern, whose leadership and vision were instrumental in molding the College into what it is today.
With a curriculum focused on electrical autonomous vehicle design, CofC's new electrical engineering major is built to encourage creativity in its students, who will be ready to develop the next generation of cars.
On Monday, Sept. 27, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rivers Green, the College of Charleston's Office of Student Wellness and Wellbeing will hold “Stick Together, Reach Out for Suicide Prevention.”
In the coming weeks, the College of Charleston campus community will experience new ways to access and manage information with a series of software upgrades.
The Coastal Community Foundation has awarded the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture $20,000 to digitize some of its vulnerable photograph collections that highlight Black life in the Lowcountry.
MyCharleston, the College's secure gateway to online services, is undergoing a three-pronged transformation aimed at better serving the College of Charleston community.