Whether you’re embarking on your first year at CofC or settling in for your final year, starting the school year off right is essential. From staying healthy and stress free to mapping your way around campus, here are a variety of helpful tips to start the school year off right.
A public affairs specialist with Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, Alex Jackson ’10 (M.A. ’14) parlays his communication skills and energy to great effect by sharing his joy for life and advocating for people with physical disabilities.
Knudt Flor, senior vice president for innovation and industry engagement at the College of Charleston, is building bridges between industry and CofC classrooms.
A College of Charleston geoarchaeologist Scott Harris is unearthing new clues about the fate of the historic Civil War submarine "H.L. Hunley."
Three CofC roommates rendezvous in the City of Light for a 20th-anniversary reunion and a celebration of their enduring friendship.
Public health professor Sarah Maness is partnering with the the Tri-County Gun Violence Coordinating Council to help build consensus around potential solutions to reduce gun violence in the South Carolina Lowcountry.
The College will hold a virtual town hall for students and families on Aug. 11 at 5:30 p.m. to provide an overview of the university's COVID-19 protocols and tips for residence hall move-in.
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These tips will help incoming CofC students maximize orientation and start the fall semester off right.