As we prepare to welcome the Class of 2025 into the CofC family, we wanted to offer a few ways to get the most from your time at the College.
Student Health Services is offering the COVID-19 vaccine free to College of Charleston students during a series of vaccine clinics this summer. The first clinic is taking place this Thursday, May 13.
There will not be mandatory surveillance testing for the general student body during summer 2021 and individuals will no longer be required to wear a face mask outdoors when walking or moving around campus alone.
Leaving a place you've come to love is often bittersweet, even when it is a happy departure full of promise. That was the feeling among the nearly 700 graduates who celebrated spring commencement on Saturday.
More than 600 students graduated from the College on Friday, May 7, celebrating the end of a triumphant journey after an uncertain year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jayne Pardys, who graduated last week as a double-major in dance and anthropology, discovered her love for education while exploring the intersection of dance and culture.
Check out the Class of 2021 by the numbers.
Here are answers to some common questions about the College of Charleston's Spring 2021 Commencement ceremonies taking place May 6-8.
As a student within the Honors College, Olivia Yalden says the Honors College offers more than just rigorous courses – it gives students additional opportunities outside the classroom and a community with whom to navigate college life.
Don't miss Putt-Putt Under the Oaks, along with a series of other fun and relaxing activities running April 22-27 as part of Cougar Countdown, a program that supports students during the last week of classes and Exam Week.