Local women’s rights advocate Jennet Robinson Alterman, who has helped expand CofC's Women's and Gender Studies Program, will offer insight and inspiration at the Women for Women Summit on Thursday, June 23.
The College's Bachelor of Professional Studies program is waiving admission prerequisites for graduates of South Carolina's 16 public, two-year technical colleges in support of a new state proviso.
The Athletics Department has posted another banner year in the classroom with a high single-year NCAA Academic Progress Rate, which represents the academic success and retention of student-athletes.
Faculty and staff recently gathered for the inaugural Maroon Walk for Juneteenth in recognition of the annual celebration historically held in African American communities on June 19 to mark the date in 1865 when word reached Texas that enslaved people were free.
As the newest Cougars get ready to start their journeys at CofC, here are answers to some common orientation questions.
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.
Marine biology Professor Gorka Sancho recently co-authored a national study looking at significant ecological pressures to Marine Protected Areas.
The Marie LePrince Farmer Annual Scholarship supports students in the Call Me MISTER Program for future male minority teachers.
Student Entrepreneur of the Year Nicole Birnbaum has found success with her small business FlipRings, which has achieved gross sales of over $500,000.