From scary movies to service projects, graduate school fairs to School of the Arts soirees: Check out the latest photos from the College of Charleston!
The College of Charleston Speaker Series on Public Discourse and Civility and Pulitzer Prize–winning "Washington Post" journalist Kathleen Parker will host a discussion with Pulitzer Prize–winning author and humorist Dave Barry on Nov. 2, 2023.
Peer facilitators are a key part of the First Year Experience at the College of Charleston, collaborating with their faculty mentors, creating and leading FYE seminars and helping their students connect to the CofC community.
For the first time in program history, College of Charleston men's basketball has sold out TD Arena for the entirety of the season. The Cougars open the 2023–24 season against Iona University in TD Arena on Nov. 6, 2023.
As the first recipient of the Jennifer Demyan ’21 Memorial Scholarship, Zara Johnson hopes to carry on the legacy of light, laughter and love that the scholarship’s namesake embodied.
Madison Meeks – a Bonner Leader, 1967 Legacy Scholar, Charleston Fellow and Alpha Kappa Alpha Leadership Fellow – is inspiring and enacting change on campus and beyond.
The College of Charleston School of Humanities and Social Sciences has established The Civility Initiative, naming communication professor Michael Lee the program's inaugural director.
From the Career Exploration Fair to the U.S. vice president's visit to campus: It was a great week to be at the College of Charleston!
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris' visit to the College of Charleston presented CofC students with great experiential learning opportunities.
A former Hollywood actor, Gary Dewitt Marshall is using his gifts as a performer to engage students so they can be more authentic versions of themselves.