Journalist Kathleen Parker recently hosted a debate, sponsored by the College, that focused on monuments and memorials that honor Confederates and slave owners.
The recent discovery of an 1852 slave badge on the College of Charleston campus has offered a profound opportunity to recognize the contributions of the enslaved people who were an integral part of the development of the institution.
Astronomy professor Joe Carson and his business Pensievision were awarded a $400,000 National Institutes of Health grant to test the medical imaging instrument he created with the help of CofC students and alumni.
The College was abuzz with artistic energy over the last two weeks, serving as a venue for Spoleto Festival USA.
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture builds upon the foundation of its namesake the Avery Normal Institute, which served African American students from 1865 to 1954.
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.