The College of Charleston Alumni Association, in partnership with the College of Charleston Foundation, will honor nine distinguished alumni on Jan. 28, 2021, as part of CofC Day, the College's annual day of giving.
Special education major Emily Turner is the first recipient of the Elizabeth R. Reid Endowed Memorial School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Scholarship, which honors the life of alumna Elizabeth Reid.
Nearly 20 years after stepping down as president of the College of Charleston, Alex Sanders is officially leaving the institution after teaching his Law and Society course for the final time last fall.
After four decades of distinctive service, the EastWest Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to global diplomacy, is establishing a partnership with the College of Charleston to create the John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute.
Here's a list of things to know about commencement exercises for the College of Charleston's Class of 2020.
The College of Charleston is expanding its offerings for engineering majors. Pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, CofC will soon begin offering a new bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering.
Student Tanner Crunelle is the recipient of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association Alison Piepmeier Outstanding Student Award, named for late CofC women's and gender studies professor Alison Piepmeier.
Be magnanimous: That’s what Tony Meyer ’49 always told members of CofC's Student Alumni Associates. And indeed, Meyer, who dedicated more than seven decades of his life to the College, certainly did.
The Career Center is now fully online to help students with career counseling, resumé writing, internship and job searches and more.
'U.S. News & World Report' has named the College's MBA program as one of the top programs in the nation when it comes to job placement and affordability.