The Counseling Center is offering a four-week Koru Mindfulness course for CofC students, faculty and staff on Wednesdays from 3 to 4:15 p.m. starting Jan. 29, 2020.
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.
The College will hold a Flu Vaccination Clinic for students, faculty and staff on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019, in the Stern Student Center lobby.
Alumnus Win Platt ’11 is a making a name for Amazon Echo as a brand strategist for the technology giant.
In this week's installment: a student talks with CNN about the Call Me MISTER program, another presidential candidate visits CofC, a look at an FYE class focusing on food and much more.
In the first of the College’s three Spring Commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 10, 2019, CNN producer Sonya Renee Houston ’86 told nearly 600 degree candidates to start small and have faith as they begin their new lives as college graduates.
Graduating senior Bethany Fincher overcame personal issues to flourish as a double major in philosophy and art history.
Graduate student Lee Bundrick, who will receive dual master's degrees in public administration and environmental studies, is in charge of preserving over 2,200 acres on Kiawah Island.
As a winner of Belk's Southern Designer Showcase competition, alumna Rebecca McMenemy '07 is poised to see her jewelry line Surcee debut in Belk department stores in the spring of 2017.
College of Charleston alums Margaret Furniss ‘00 and Ashley Warnock ‘00 have teamed up to bring market/cafe Caviar & Bananas to new locations in Greenville, South Carolina and Nashville, Tennessee.
Alicia Caudill, the College's executive vice president for student affairs, is directing the New Professionals Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Also attending the institute are College employees Dylan Mazelis '15, Lauren Sottile and Bucky Buchanan '08.