A new Chick-fil-A Scholarship, founded by College of Charleston alumnus Daniel Dickerson, supports students in the School of Professional Studies' Bachelor of Professional Studies program.
The College's Bully Pulpit Series has turned into the Lowcountry’s front seat to American politics. Over the last eight months, the series hosted 12 Democratic presidential candidates.
Whether it's the men's basketball team heading to the Colonial Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Championship tournament or recognizing phenomenal women within the CofC community, there's been plenty to cheer about at the College this week.
The College is launching the community service initiative CofCServes as part of the institution’s celebration of the 250th anniversary of the College’s founding.
More than 40 CofC students worked as runners with CBS and CNN ahead of the debate and town halls last week.
Track and field is often thought of as a simple sport. “It’s just running” is a phrase members of the College of Charleston women’s track and field team hear often. But it's way more than that.
From politics to sustainable chocolate to Spirit Week, there's been no shortage of Cougar pride at the College of Charleston this week.
The College has launched the Drive for the 250th, which aims to showcase fundraising priorities and engagement activities throughout CofC's anniversary year.
The College honored men's basketball seniors Grant Riller, Jaylen McManus, Sam Miller, Osinachi Smart and Zach Rabinowitz during the last home game of the season on Saturday. The team will take on Delaware this Sunday as part of the CAA Men's Basketball Championship.
CofC singing group the AcaBelles is taking its musical talents from campus to the community with a performance at the Music Farm this Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.