More than 500 graduates from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs gathered under the stately oaks of the Cistern Yard on Friday, May 6, to celebrate the conclusion of their academic journeys at CofC and the start of a new chapter.
Check out the Class of 2022 by the numbers.
The College's COVID-19 Leadership Team shared the following message regarding COVID-19 protocols for Maymester and summer sessions.
From details on tickets and satellite locations to information on where to park, check out our guide on all things commencement.
Kameelah Martin, dean of the College's Graduate School, made history last year when she became the institution's first Black female academic dean.
The College of Charleston’s athletics band, Chucktown Sound, is bringing back live music and extra energy to the men’s basketball games – and looking for new student-musicians to join.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu reflects on Black History Month, how far the College has come in supporting Black students and Black voices and the work still ahead.
President Andrew T. Hsu shared updates regarding plans for COVID-19 protocols in a message to the campus community on Friday, Feb. 11.
The Office of the Registrar at the College of Charleston has published the semester honors lists for fall 2021, including the President's List and Dean's List.
The fourth annual Peace Initiative, Feb. 7-11, aims to shed light on how we can come together to strengthen and renew our connections to each other and ourselves to find a little more peace.