Despite being the sole member of Omega Psi Phi, junior Tyler Gadson is having the time of his life giving back in a number of ways.
As attested to by The Gates Scholarship, Jamirika Randall, a 1967 Legacy Scholar in the Honors College, is a standout first-year student.
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 at the College of Charleston.
SPECTRA, a summer program at the College of Charleston, helps first-generation students and students of color adjust to college life.
Marketing major Sophia Cucinotta has spent her summer working with the Philadelphia Eagles as the team's ticketing and fan services academic intern.
A group of education majors in the College of Charleston’s Call Me MISTER Program are getting a head start on their careers in the classroom this summer through a new partnership with the educational nonprofit Kids on Point.
Future Cougars have been getting a taste of College of Charleston life over the past few weeks with a variety of summer camps, while the College prepares to welcome current and new students to campus in just a few, short weeks.
From the testing of flood water contaminants in Charleston to the study of witchcraft and medicine to the use of mathematical models to target brain cancer, students at the College are getting a variety of hands-on experiences through Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grants.
Since 2010, more than 65 College of Charleston students have visited the Greek island of Zakynthos to volunteer at the Mediterranean Marine Life Center.
Student Kylee Poole, a double major in dance and communication, reflects on why she chose the College of Charleston and how the College's dance team has helped her find her place in the CofC community.