The College of Charleston is offering its staff, faculty and students two two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) classes on July 28–29 and Aug. 18–19, 2021.
The Office of Human Resources and the Deer Oaks Employee Assistance Program (EAP) are offering a free, three-session webinar series on stress management for faculty and staff.
In a short 30-minute session, staff in the Division of Information Technology will cover some of the best ways to use the Outlook Calendar to make your day-to-day scheduling easier.
The College of Charleston Division of Information Technology has issued hurricane preparedness guide for faculty and staff.
Margaret Hagood has been named the inaugural director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the College of Charleston.
Although the state's final funding for raises for full-time state employees has shifted down slightly from 3% to 2.5%, College of Charleston officials have budgeted to keep the increase at 3% for CofC employees.
The College has launched a new SharePoint site to provide updates about its RCM model and transition.
From "War and Peace" to "The RBG Workout," School of the Arts Dean Edward Hart '88 has a very eclectic list of his favorite books.
The Staff Advisory Committee to the President is inviting faculty and staff to provide creative ideas and to connect with likeminded employees through affinity groups.
Campus Services has made some changes to the parking permit application process for faculty and staff for the 2021–22 academic year.