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.
Thanks to support from the College's Career Center Internship Award program, English major Michael Stein is spending his summer as an intern with the Office of the Virginia Attorney General.
Students with specific interests and/or hobbies may want to consider taking advantage of the unique and specific courses offered during Summer Session II.
It may be hot outside, but the summer doldrums have passed us by at the College of Charleston. With a variety of summer camps and academies happening on campus, things are far from quiet these days.
Why get an A.B. in Classics – the College’s oldest degree? Lauren Curry ’23 has the answer.
As if being a double major in the Honors College weren’t enough, William Helfgott also runs his own honey business.
The first Black golfer to capture the CAA individual championship, South African Kieron van Wyk is driven to succeed.
Following the trail her grandmother blazed at the College, Qynn Woodberry-Gadson is the ultimate legacy scholar.
Like a good dance partner, the College has turned out to be the perfect match for marine biology major and tap dancer Calvin Biesecker.
Leah Lancellotta ’23 is one of the latest recipients of the psychology scholarship honoring the founding chair, Bill Bischoff ’45.