A group of education majors in the College of Charleston’s Call Me MISTER Program are getting a head start on their careers in the classroom this summer through a new partnership with the educational nonprofit Kids on Point.
The College of Charleston Institutional Advancement team raised $20.6 million in gifts and commitments in fiscal year 2023, continuing a three-year trend of increased philanthropic giving.
Future Cougars have been getting a taste of College of Charleston life over the past few weeks with a variety of summer camps, while the College prepares to welcome current and new students to campus in just a few, short weeks.
Having developed the REACH Program into a robust office that provides a post-secondary education experience for students with intellectual or cognitive disabilities, longtime executive director Edie Vardsveen Cusack ’90 is ready to pass the torch to a new leader.
Since 2010, more than 65 College of Charleston students have visited the Greek island of Zakynthos to volunteer at the Mediterranean Marine Life Center.
The 2024 'Fiske Guide to Colleges' has named the College of Charleston as the finest public liberal arts and sciences institution in South Carolina.
Student Kylee Poole, a double major in dance and communication, reflects on why she chose the College of Charleston and how the College's dance team has helped her find her place in the CofC community.
It may be hot outside, but the summer doldrums have passed us by at the College of Charleston. With a variety of summer camps and academies happening on campus, things are far from quiet these days.
The Summer 2023 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe.
As Miss South Carolina Collegiate America, theatre and international studies double-major Ngaarumbidzwe “Rue” Magombedze is making diversity and inclusion a priority.