In the first of the College’s three Spring Commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 10, 2019, CNN producer Sonya Renee Houston ’86 told nearly 600 degree candidates to start small and have faith as they begin their new lives as college graduates.
The College now has a commemorative stamp, which features the iconic Randolph Hall. Stamps may be purchased at Mail Services or the College of Charleston Bookstore.
Check out the Class of 2019 by the numbers.
Taylor Crawford, an Honors College student double majoring in finance and economics, will begin her career on Wall Street as an associate analyst for Moody's.
The College of Charleston campus should expect sidewalk and street closures along a portion of St. Philip Street on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, due to construction work at Berry Residence Hall.
From details on a new clear bag policy to information on where to park, check out our guide on all things Commencement.
The Call Me MISTER program supports male minority students majoring in education academically as well as socially and emotionally.
From cookouts to coffee and tutoring to yoga, Cougar Countdown offers something to help everyone feel calm and supported during finals.
French professor Juliette Bourdier grew up in Paris. Watching Notre Dame Cathedral burn on April 15, 2019, reminded her of the building's significance in history and in her own life.
President-elect Andrew T. Hsu has announced leadership changes regarding executive vice president of academic affairs and chief of staff to the president.