With the 2021 fall semester here, it's not just new students we're seeing on the College of Charleston campus, there are also some fresh faces in front of the classrooms, too.
The College of Charleston has extended the deadline to withdraw from a course until Dec. 7, 2020. The institution will not be implementing a pass/fail grading system for the fall semester.
The election for the vacant Academic Affairs representative seat on the Staff Advisory Committee to the President (SAC) is open through 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020.
The College of Charleston is launching the Critical Conversations initiative to help get the campus community talking about issues of race and equity and what can be done both in and out of the classroom to address them.
The College of Charleston welcomes over two dozen new professors to campus this year, with specialties ranging from bioinformatics to Native American religious traditions to behavioral finance.
The College has implemented an Alternative Grading Policy for Spring 2020, which will allow students to choose between standard letter grades and pass-fail grading.
President Andrew T. Hsu announced Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the appointment of Suzanne Austin as the College of Charleston’s next provost and executive vice president for academic affairs.
The College is pleased to recognize students whose exceptional academic performance qualified them for semester honors for fall 2019.
Each year, new faculty members are hired by the College as the institution continues its commitment to providing the best education and career preparation possible.
President-elect Andrew T. Hsu has announced leadership changes regarding executive vice president of academic affairs and chief of staff to the president.