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2 04, 2020

CofC Community Supports Student Emergency Fund

By |2020-04-06T08:32:36-04:00April 2, 2020|Side Feature|Comments Off on CofC Community Supports Student Emergency Fund

Within 48 hours of releasing information about the Student Emergency Fund on March 25, 2020, the Division of Student Affairs at the College of Charleston received 521 applications from students for emergency aid. That's why members of the CofC community have stepped up to help.

27 03, 2020

Faculty, Staff Recommend Books to Read While Social Distancing

By |2020-04-08T08:28:03-04:00March 27, 2020|All News, Campus Life, Email Posts, Side Feature|Comments Off on Faculty, Staff Recommend Books to Read While Social Distancing

If you are in need of a nice distracting read, here are some recommendations from book-loving faculty and staff at the College of Charleston. 

12 03, 2020

New Chick-fil-A Scholarship Supports Nontraditional Students

By |2020-03-24T09:23:41-04:00March 12, 2020|All News, Campus Life, Side Feature|Comments Off on New Chick-fil-A Scholarship Supports Nontraditional Students

A new Chick-fil-A Scholarship, founded by College of Charleston alumnus Daniel Dickerson, supports students in the School of Professional Studies' Bachelor of Professional Studies program.

21 02, 2020

Summit Aims to Make a Difference for Women Entrepreneurs

By |2020-02-28T10:51:42-05:00February 21, 2020|Campus Life, Side Feature|Comments Off on Summit Aims to Make a Difference for Women Entrepreneurs

Joanna Lau, a member of the College's School of Business Board of Governors, says the inspiration for the upcoming Women for Women Summit came from the women in her life.

10 02, 2020

Community Planning Students Have Big Designs for Charleston

By |2020-02-25T12:55:46-05:00February 10, 2020|Academics, Side Feature|Comments Off on Community Planning Students Have Big Designs for Charleston

The course Sustainable Urban Design & Adaptive Reuse in CofC's Community Planning, Policy and Design graduate program helps students re-think development.