CofC staffer Mark Swick, who has one of the most popular Instagram accounts for Charleston photography, will lead the photo event on Jan. 30.
As the Athletics Department's administrative specialist for more than 20 years, Patricia Clark is more than just a familiar face to student-athletes. She’s a mom away from home, an advocate, a fan, a listener, adviser, and more.
The College's diverse and robust study abroad program ensures there's a great option for everyone. Take this quiz to explore where you could go for your study abroad summer experience.
Marty's Place, the College's new kosher vegetarian/vegan dining facility, is open for business.
Tired of the typical ball drop and fireworks? Take a different cultural cue this year from one of these four College of Charleston faculty members who, looking back on their native countries, tell us a little bit about their favorite New Year's traditions.
In 1856, The Hon. Ker Boyce left an endowment that still provides scholarships to College of Charleston students today. Over time, Boyce Scholarship recipients have been known to return the gesture and establish their own scholarships at the College.
Seven professors think back on the best things they found under the Christmas tree as kids. Some won't surprise you at all!
First-generation American and first-generation college student Sophia Emetu is the first recipient of the R.I.S.E. honors scholarship established by CofC alumni Ben and Sara Givler DeWolf.
The College of Charleston campus is closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, November 26–Sunday, November 29. It will reopen Monday, November 30, when classes will resume.
On the evening of June 17, 2015, terror came to the Holy City. That terror found its way to a Bible study in the basement of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Calhoun Street, just a few blocks from the College of Charleston. When that terror left, nine people had been shot dead. As helicopters flew over