Elizabeth Bick, assistant professor of photography, collaborated with students in the Department of Theatre and Dance to create Spoleto Festival USA's 2023 poster.
Years of hard work culminated in a momentous afternoon of joy and pride for nearly 500 graduates from the College of Charleston’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs during commencement exercises on Friday, May 12.
Check out the College of Charleston's Class of 2023 by the numbers.
Students and alumni of the College’s BEnthic Acoustic Mapping and Survey (BEAMS) Program came together on April 21 and 22 for the 2023 BEAMS Program Symposium, which showcases student research and provides networking opportunities with prospective employers.
Running April 27-May 2, Cougar Countdown supports students during finals through a variety of activities including a stress relief fair, a fun park on Rivers Green, free coffee, exercise classes and more.
The Charleston RiverDogs are hosting CofC Night at The Joe on June 1. Each $14 ticket purchased includes a limited-edition T-shirt and a donation to the CofC Alumni Association.
More than 150 faculty and staff members were recently recognized through the College of Charleston's employee recognition program, The Cistern Standard.
The College of Charleston recently co-hosted the 2023 National Black Alumni Collective Leadership Symposium March 9-12.
If you’re thinking about how to refine your career path after graduation or you’re interested in pursuing a future in academia or research, then mark your calendar for the College of Charleston’s Graduate Education Week, March 20-24.
On March 21 the College’s Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston will host Tamara Lanier, whose fight against Harvard University for images of her enslaved ancestors has garnered national attention.