Meet Nadia Avendaño, associate professor of Spanish at the College of Charleston.
From finding their academic paths to helping local nonprofits to sampling a smorgasbord of cheeses: Students are getting a rich, comprehensive and fulfilling experience at the College of Charleston!
The Israel and Edith Altman Family Endowed Scholarship has had an impact on its first two recipients, Takoyah Johnson '25 and Jenna Stern '24, who are happy to carry on their pursuit of knowledge at the College of Charleston.
As attested to by The Gates Scholarship, Jamirika Randall, a 1967 Legacy Scholar in the Honors College, is a standout first-year student.
In this week's installment: President Andrew T. Hsu writes an op-ed in 'The Atlanta Journal-Constitution' about higher education, WCIV-TV looks at the one-year anniversary of Cougar Cutz, and more.
The College of Charleston campus has come to life with a flurry of activities this semester. Check out these snapshots from around campus!
Employees can ask questions and get updated information about their benefits, prepare for the PEBA open enrollment period, get their flu shots and win prizes at the benefits fair on Sept. 28, 2023.
In response to reports of CofC community members testing positive for COVID-19, the College of Charleston COVID-19 Leadership Team provides reminders and resources for faculty abd staff.
College of Charleston faculty learn how to increase productivity and maintain work-life balance through the NCFDD Faculty Success Program, an intensive, online boot camp.
The Division of Enrollment Planning provides a snapshot of what they've accomplished during the past year and a peek at what to expect in the new recruitment cycle.