CofC Day, a 24-hour day of giving at the College of Charleston, was a record-setting day for engagement and philanthropy.
Established in 1970, the Founders' Medal recognizes people and organizations who have demonstrated distinction in their fields or communities.
A day of giving aimed at generating excitement and support for the institution's future, CofC Day provides members of the College community with the opportunity to give back.
Setting a study-abroad milestone this past summer, CofC's campus in Trujillo, Spain, is an idyllic place for students to become steeped in the Spanish culture.
Marvell Adams Jr. ’00, as COO of a large retirement community company, helps create a vibrant future for the aging.
August G. “Tav” Swarat II ’89 is adding a zero to his initial scholarship pledge of $25,000 to create better student leaders.
A graduate of the REACH Program, Randon Strange ’16 now is a man of letters in the Office of Mail Services at the College.
Although orchestras around the world have performed Edward Hart’s music, his latest works with the Charleston Symphony are the ones that hit closest to home.
The REACH Program celebrates its 10th anniversary empowering students with cognitive disabilities to participate fully in college.
Are bonnetheads the first sharks found to eat veggies? Professor Gorka Sancho and two marine biology students are hot on their tails.