Philosophy professor Jennifer Baker has been putting her expertise in virtue ethics to work as a representative on the Charleston County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
CofC researchers are studying how naproxen discharged into waterways may be impacting toads and other amphibians.
Adventure at Sea: Where History Lives is a unique study abroad program offered aboard the traditional tall ship the Spirit of South Carolina.
Campus fared well during the storm, which allows the College to move into its recovery phases. At this time, the College plans to have classes resume on Monday, Sept. 9.
Each year, new faculty members are hired by the College as the institution continues its commitment to providing the best education and career preparation possible.
African American Studies Director Kameelah Martin co-edited "The Lemonade Reader," a collection of essays that investigates Beyoncé's "Lemonade" album in a black feminist tradition.
Twelve years after graduating from the College's N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center, these long-lost classmates are back on campus.
The Boeing Company and CofC have teamed up to provide scholarships to veterans interested in pursuing a career in sustainable food systems.
The College of Charleston is launching several new academic programs for the 2019–20 school year, including a new bachelor of science degree in systems engineering.
The campus community is invited to help select a College Reads book for 2020.