Please join the College of Charleston in extending an official welcome to this group of both fresh and familiar faces. We are happy to have you all in the CofC family!
Kenyatta Grimmage, associate director for access initiatives and pre-college programs, will be honored at the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium's annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.
Campus Recreation Services offers faculty and staff free access to all of its group fitness classes. With everything from HIIT and circuit training to indoor cycling and power yoga, the spring 2020 schedule has something for everybody!
As the curator of the Fish and Invertebrate Collection at the College of Charleston Grice Marine Lab, marine biology professor Tony Harold is always surrounded by something fishy.
Meet Burton Callicott, head of Research and Instruction Services for the College of Charleston Libraries.
The College of Charleston Bookstore has something for every member of the CofC community – including discounts for faculty and staff!
Please welcome the newest Cougars on campus. They have traveled from near and far to join the College of Charleston family!
From leather wallets to seahorse tea towels: The talented, creative CofC faculty and staff have original, creative gifts for everyone this holiday season.
The Alley Cats may have won their sixth championship, but everyone’s a winner in the Faculty and Staff Bowling League.
Meet Gary Jackson, associate professor of English at the College of Charleston.
Join the Movember movement with the Cougar Staches!
The newest members of the Cougar family bring a lot of experience – and experiences – to the College of Charleston!
The Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs sponsors several Faculty Writer's Retreats over the course of the academic year. Applications for the March 2020 retreat are due Feb. 28, 2020.
The Staff Advisory Committee to the President is hosting a Staff Wellness Speaker Series event, "Stress Relief and Mental Health Panel," for faculty and staff on Nov. 14, 2019.
Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history and director of the Study of Slavery in Charleston, was recently awarded the ASALH’s prestigious Carter Godwin Woodson Scholars Medallion.