In this week's installment: Stephanie Auwaerter, director of orientation, talks with WTAT-TV about the return of students to campus, education professor Ian O’Byrne is interviewed by WCBD-TV about keeping children safe while they are online and more.
Whether you’re embarking on your first year at CofC or settling in for your final year, starting the school year off right is essential. From staying healthy and stress free to mapping your way around campus, here are a variety of helpful tips to start the school year off right.
Meet Marcie Wiseman, director of the College of Charleston Counseling Center.
The summer 2022 issue of College of Charleston Magazine will soon be arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe.
'Charleston Magazine' has profiled CofC President Andrew Hsu in the August edition of the publication.
The Student Gardens at the College of Charleston not only produce food for community kitchens – they create the space for everyone from schoolchildren to graduate students to learn and grow, enriching lives and cultivating a sense of connection and purpose that’s rooted in community.
A public affairs specialist with Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, Alex Jackson ’10 (M.A. ’14) parlays his communication skills and energy to great effect by sharing his joy for life and advocating for people with physical disabilities.
In the high-stakes game of professional golf, Austin Johnson ’13 helps his brother, two-time major champ Dustin Johnson, stay the course as his caddie.
The new School of Health Sciences will meet the high demand for qualified health care workers in the Lowcountry, the state and the nation.
For Ukrainian immigrant and CofC instructor Max Kovalov, the Russian invasion has not only plundered his country but also stolen his peace of mind.