Between Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Segra Unify, faculty and staff at the College of Charleston never have to pick up the phone again!
From a heart racing basketball game to thoughtful conversations about trailblazers impacting CofC, there’s been a lot to see and do on campus these days.
In honor of the debut of the new 'Wheel of Time' TV series, Special Collections will host an exhibit of documents and memorabilia from native Charlestonian James Rigney, known under the pen name Robert Jordan as the creator of the popular books series on which the show is based.
The College of Charleston issues end-of-semester updates regarding COVID-19 testing, vaccination/booster clinics and mask protocols for faculty and staff.
Wanting to honor his parents contributions to the education of Black students during the civil rights era, Ronald and Cynthia Thompson created the Constance Morrison Thompson and Robert F. Morrison Family Legacy Scholarship in support of Black students at CofC.
Thanks to generous donors, the new 1967 Legacy Program, which supports the academic and professional success of Black students, is able to offer robust scholarship support and extra curricular activities in its first year.
Economics major Caty Greer has grown her entrepreneurial spirit through the Center for Entrepreneurship and events like the Gender Equity Pitch Competition.
Students from the College of Charleston won three of the top six awards at SC Innovates 2021, an annual pitch competition open to university students from across South Carolina – both graduate and undergraduates.
In this week's installment: Astronomy professor Joe Carson talks to 'The Post and Courier' about an upcoming eclipse, 'The Charleston City Paper' profiles men's basketball coach Pat Kelsey and more.
The College of Charleston at Stono Preserve offers students the chance to explore a natural Lowcountry environment and get hands-on experience in conservation.