Part of the Drive for the 250th, the future Student Success Center at 58 George St. will offer a centralized location for career and civic engagement programs as well as other support services for students.
Week two of in-person/hybrid classes is in the books at the College of Charleston! Here's a glimpse of the goings-on at CofC over the past week.
College of Charleston Athletics and the Medical University of South Carolina have joined forces to provide comprehensive medical care to Cougar student-athletes.
Thanks to a philanthropic gift, the College of Charleston has purchased an internationally revered style of piano – the Hamburg Steinway Model D concert grand piano.
Nationally syndicated columnist and recipient of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Commentary Kathleen Parker and historian and founding director of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston Bernard E. Powers will be the featured speakers during the 2020 College of Charleston Spring Commencement ceremonies.
The Cougar Campaign 2020 voter education program is designed to motivate student interest and spark student action in the upcoming election season. The first event, which takes place Wednesday, Sept. 23, features civil rights expert and MSNBC commentator Alaina Beverly.
The College is committed to helping students navigate the stresses and anxieties caused by the uncertainty of the times. Here's how.
With students returning for in-person classes, campus life at the College of Charleston is beginning to get back to normal – albeit a different kind of normal. Welcome back, Cougars!
The College of Charleston receives top marks in the latest edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges 2021 rankings.
The Career Center will host a series of five virtual career fairs this semester to help students find jobs, internships and research opportunities.