The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
CofC women's basketball alumna Kelli Garrett '89 has remained dedicated to her alma mater, with a focus on engaging alumni to support the team.
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.
Tom McCarty '04 wanted to give back to his beloved Cougars baseball team, and his efforts have made a huge difference for the team.
The course Sustainable Urban Design & Adaptive Reuse in CofC's Community Planning, Policy and Design graduate program helps students re-think development.
Margaret Humphreys, former director of the N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center, has given financial support to officiate the Pathways to Peace.
The College of Charleston will host the fourth annual German-American Business Summit at the Charleston Gaillard Center in downtown Charleston on Feb. 5, 2020.
The recipient of two theatre scholarships, K’yundra Martin is inspired to give back to the campus community.
After sitting idle for 40 years in a backyard, the VW bus belonging to an early civil rights pioneer is recovered thanks to efforts by the College.