The College of Charleston is holding two campus-planning open houses Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 for the CofC community to learn more about and provide input on the College's new Campus Master Plan.
With solid enrollment and new programs on the horizon, the College's School of Education is focused on preparing the next generation of teachers to handle any challenges they may face in the classroom.
Cassandra Runyon, geology professor and director of NASA's South Carolina Space Grant Consortium, reflects on the historic Artemis 1 launch and how she hopes the excitement around NASA’s latest mission will inspire the next generation of astronauts, rocket scientists and planetary geologists.
On this episode of 'Speaking of ... College of Charleston,' alumna Leigh Jones Handal '81 talks about the truth behind some of Charleston's most famed and notorious history detailed in her new book 'Storied & Scandalous Charleston, a History of Piracy and Prohibition, Rebellion and Revolution.'
In this week's installment: 'The Charlotte Observer' talks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the recent elections, 'Smithsonian Magazine' mentions the Addlestone Library in a story about the International African American Museum and more.
Biologist Deborah Bidwell uses biomimicry to search for ways that will help solve human problems in ways that are more innovative and sustainable.
From Día de los Muertos festivities to the annual Basketball Block Party: See what’s been happening lately at the College of Charleston.
This Veterans Day, the College of Charleston thanks and celebrates the veterans among its faculty and staff.
College of Charleston Opera explores the power choices can have in shaping our lives with the showcase “What If,” featuring popular selections from opera and music theater.
Thanks to support from the College's Center for Academic Performance and Persistence, Bryan Rickens returned as a student after struggling academically and is now poised to graduate next year with a degree in data science.