President Andrew T. Hsu, in a series of virtual town hall meetings this week, addressed concerns and questions from staff, faculty, students, and parents and families regarding the College's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In an effort to keep the Cougar community fit and healthy during the period of e-learning, Campus Recreation Services is livestreaming its group fitness classes online.
With students spread far and wide for the final weeks of the spring semester, President Hsu shared some select songs with the campus community for encouragement and serenity.
The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
Teacher education professor Margaret Hagood offers five tips to help parents and children cope with life and learning in the era of COVID-19.
Professors at the College are using the COVID-19 pandemic to help students understand concepts across a wide array of academic disciplines from biology to business to public health.
Students 4 Support, a peer-to-peer counseling resource at the College of Charleston, will continue to be available via text during the institution's e-learning period.
On March 19, 2020, President Andrew Hsu announced that the College is extending the e-learning period through the end of the spring semester, due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The College’s Teaching and Learning Team, an office dedicated to helping professors integrate technology into their teaching, has ramped up its efforts to support faculty ahead of the College's e-learning period.
The College’s Center for Student Learning is gearing up to offer all of its tutoring and student support services virtually during the institution’s e-learning period due to the coronavirus pandemic.