Resident assistants stood strong last month as they supported their fellow Cougars during an unexpected move out of the residence halls amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CofC will hold a series of town hall meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday to update the College community on the institution's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the strategic planning process.
President Andrew T. Hsu announced Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the appointment of Suzanne Austin as the College of Charleston’s next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
President Andrew T. Hsu, in a series of virtual town hall meetings this week, addressed concerns and questions from staff, faculty, students, and parents and families regarding the College's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
College of Charleston administrators will host virtual town hall meetings regarding the College's response to COVID-19 for staff, faculty, students, and parents and families on Tuesday, March 24, and Wednesday, March 25.
President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to the campus community on March 22, 2020, encouraging students as the institution prepares to begin its e-learing period amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As students prepare to vacate residence halls due to the coronavirus pandemic, here are some answers and information to frequently asked questions regarding move-out.
The College’s Teaching and Learning Team, an office dedicated to helping professors integrate technology into their teaching, has ramped up its efforts to support faculty ahead of the College's e-learning period.
The College’s Center for Student Learning is gearing up to offer all of its tutoring and student support services virtually during the institution’s e-learning period due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The South Carolina Department of Administration’s Division of State Human Resources shared these FAQs with human resources directors across the state regarding the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).