President Andrew T. Hsu's inauguration in October 2019 was an historic moment for the College.
The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Setting a study-abroad milestone this past summer, CofC's campus in Trujillo, Spain, is an idyllic place for students to become steeped in the Spanish culture.
Karen Hauschild has been selected as the NACADA Mid-South Region 3 chair.
Faculty who are teaching in the 2020–21 academic year are encouraged to apply for an OER Incentive Grant by Nov. 1, 2019.
In a ceremony of pomp, pageantry and symbolism, Andrew T. Hsu was formally installed as the College of Charleston's 23rd president Friday, Oct. 25, 2019.
The College of Charleston will begin accepting military transfer credits starting with the spring 2020 semester for veteran and active duty students.
The art exhibit "Cry Joy Park — Gardens of Dark and Light" is the setting for a unique dance performance that will feature students from the College of Charleston.
Public health professor Brian Bossak gives us five ways to stay cool this summer even in the heat of the moment.
Alum Matt Czuchry ’99 shares stories from his return to Gilmore Girls, the end of the Good Wife and what's next in his career.
Record numbers of College of Charleston alumni have joined the Teach For America corps this year.
CofC alum Matt Czuchry '99 heads back to Stars Hollow in the Netflix reboot of Gilmore Girls: A year in the Life.