The College of Charleston is expanding programs and initiatives aimed at better supporting first-generation and underrepresented minority students to help ensure they feel welcome on campus and are workforce ready upon graduation.
The College of Charleston campus community is invited to help select a College Reads book for 2021.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu shared the following message regarding the completion of the first week of in-person classes, including information about random testing for COVID-19, Weeks of Welcome events and more.
The College of Charleston will hold three virtual town hall meetings on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, for students/families, another for faculty and one specifically for staff.
College of Charleston students returned to campus Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, to resume in-person classes for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Without question the fall 2020 semester at the College will look a little different, but the relationships and experiences new and returning students will have over the next few months will be as meaningful as ever.
The Everbridge mobile app allows the College of Charleston campus community to participate in daily wellness checks, access the College's Symptom Checker and self-report a positive COVID-19 test.
Bridget McLernon Sykes, director of Student Health Services, explains the College’s policies for quarantine and isolation regarding COVID-19.
As students, faculty and staff adjust to life back on the College of Charleston campus, President Andrew T. Hsu wants to remind the campus community that face coverings are required at all times while on campus.
In support of the College of Charleston’s commitment to safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, Alumni Affairs is encouraging CofC alumni to take the Cougar Pledge, too.