SPECTRA, a summer program at the College of Charleston, helps first-generation students and students of color adjust to college life.
A group of education majors in the College of Charleston’s Call Me MISTER Program are getting a head start on their careers in the classroom this summer through a new partnership with the educational nonprofit Kids on Point.
Sorinel Oprisan, professor of physics at the College of Charleston, is the 2023 recipient of the South Carolina Governor’s Award for Excellence in Scientific Research at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution.
After picking up their second Grammy Award this spring, the members of Ranky Tanky – three of whom are alumni of the College of Charleston’s small but mighty music program – are back in the studio working on their third album for their growing legion of worldwide fans.
Following the trail her grandmother blazed at the College, Qynn Woodberry-Gadson is the ultimate legacy scholar.
As Miss South Carolina Collegiate America, theatre and international studies double-major Ngaarumbidzwe “Rue” Magombedze is making diversity and inclusion a priority.
The Office of the Registrar at the College of Charleston has published the semester honors lists for spring 2023, including the President's List and Dean's List.
With a new virtual tour through the College’s Discovering Our Past app and website, visitors to the College of Charleston campus can reflect on the significance of Juneteenth and some of the College’s African American heritage sites year-round.
For the next two months, the newest Cougars will make their way to the College of Charleston for orientation. To help them prepare, here are answers to some common orientation questions.
Cheyenne Twilley, who is pursuing dual graduate degrees in environmental and sustainability studies and public administration, has successfully launched World Oceans Day events in South Carolina and beyond.