At the College of Charleston, students can participate in a variety of club sports with almost 20 different choices ranging from climbing and fencing to rugby, ice hockey and Ultimate Frisbee.
The CofC community is invited to kick off the LCWA World Affairs Signature Series: Black Lives this Thursday, with a performance by the Grammy Award-winning band Ranky Tanky, which includes several CofC alumni.
From welcoming the first cohort of 1967 Scholars to the return of Campus Recreation Services' Fishing on Fridays, there's been a lot happening at the College of Charleston.
The Princeton Review has included the College of Charleston in the 2022 edition of its annual college guide, 'The Best 387 Colleges.' This is the 18th consecutive year that the College has been recognized in The Princeton Review rankings.
The Albert Simons Center for the Arts, located in the heart of the College of Charleston campus, will be closed for the next two years while the building undergoes an extensive multimillion-dollar renovation.
More than 3,000 new students are starting at the College of Charleston this fall, hailing from all over the U.S. and around the world. Here are a few of the newest Cougars.
The 2021-22 academic year is in full gear at the College of Charleston. From move-in to Convocation to the first day of classes, here are a few highlights from the past week.
With health and safety top of mind as students settle into campus life, here are some tips to help keep CofC's Cougars protected and feeling their best.
Incoming students gathered in the Cistern Yard on Monday, Aug. 23, to celebrate the start of their academic careers at CofC.
Students, faculty and staff who receive the COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to receive scholarships or grants through a new incentive plan aimed at encouraging the CofC community to get vaccinated and voluntarily share their vaccine information with the College.