The College of Charleston is expanding its diversity efforts this fall with the launch of the online program Diversity EDU as well as a new initiative dubbed Critical Conversations.
Dr. Dee DiBona, medical team lead and campus physician for CofC's Student Health Services, explains the benefits of handwashing over hand sanitizer.
The College will hold three virtual town hall meetings on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, for the CofC community ahead of the return to in-person instruction on Sept. 14.
The College of Charleston will offer on-campus COVID-19 testing to students Sept. 3-4 and Sept. 10-11. All students who will be living in any College-operated housing will be required to submit a COVID-19 test result prior to moving in.
A group of College of Charleston alumni are shedding light on their experiences as Black men, fathers and husbands in the YouTube series 'The Real Husbands of CofC.'
Brian Bossak, associate professor of public health, explains why we need to practice social distancing to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
The College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina are joining forces to provide enhanced student health care, including psychiatric services, to CofC students.
College of Charleston leaders during a virtual town hall meeting for students and families reviewed plans and protocols for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year.
As classes get underway this month, instruction and what professors need for the fall 2020 semester will undoubtedly be different. And the College of Charleston Libraries are here to help.
College of Charleston alumnus Dr. Robert T. Ball Jr. '66, an epidemiologist and professor in residence at CofC, explains how wearing a face covering helps stop the spread of coronavirus.