Student Health Services will host a town hall discussion titled “COVID-19 ‘Ask an Expert’ Panel” on Friday, July 30, aimed at answering the CofC campus community’s questions about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Driq Graves '21 is among the music students at the College who have benefited from an annual scholarship through the Charleston Mens Chorus.
Orientation interns Jeronimo Ortega and Hannah Finley offer tips to incoming students about how to prepare for their first semester at CofC.
In anticipation of the upcoming fall semester, the College will hold town hall meetings for students/families on July 29 and faculty/staff on July 21.
The College of Charleston COVID-19 Leadership Team shared the following message with the campus community regarding updated campus protocols on Tuesday, June 29, 2021.
Although the state's final funding for raises for full-time state employees has shifted down slightly from 3% to 2.5%, College of Charleston officials have budgeted to keep the increase at 3% for CofC employees.
As the arts world awakens, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s new director, Katie Hirsch, wants to push the boundaries of what the institute can do while growing its national reputation.
Take it from John Morris, vice president of Facilities Management: It takes a dedicated team to keep up the College's 90 historic homes and buildings.
While the pandemic is not something any of us ever want to go through again, it has led to some positive pivots in the classroom that are here to stay.
From "War and Peace" to "The RBG Workout," School of the Arts Dean Edward Hart '88 has a very eclectic list of his favorite books.