As the newest Cougars get ready to start their journeys at CofC, here are answers to some common orientation questions.
Accounting instructor Thomas Spade ’07 (M.S.) will be raising money for the Miss South Carolina Scholarship Fund on June 18, 2022, in the inaugural 'Dancing with the Palmetto Stars' competition.
Meet Bucky Buchanan '08, assistant director of fitness in Campus Recreation Services.
Bringing scholars from around the world, the College will host the 14th International Conference on Military Geosciences on campus June 20-24.
Internships are a key aspect of career preparation, and many CofC students are immersing themselves in a range of opportunities this summer including internships with D.C. United, the United Nations and Dominion Energy.
The College of Charleston Athletics Department has received a generous, program-changing $1.5 million gift from Robb and Lydia Turner to fund the renovation and new construction of its current tennis facility at Patriots Point.
The Board of Trustees voted no tuition increase for South Carolina students and a 4% increase for out-of-state students for the upcoming academic year.
In this week's installment: Political science professor Matthew Nowlin talks to 'USA Today' about his research concerning green energy, 'Newsweek' reports that prehistoric whale bones discovered in South Carolina recently may soon be donated to the College of Charleston, and more.
Christopher Korey, associate dean of the School and Sciences and Mathematics and professor of biology, will assume the role of associate provost for student success on July 1, 2022.
Marine biology Professor Gorka Sancho recently co-authored a national study looking at significant ecological pressures to Marine Protected Areas.