Part of the Drive for the 250th, the future Student Success Center at 58 George St. will offer a centralized location for career and civic engagement programs as well as other support services for students.
The Bonner Leader Program at the College of Charleston recreated its annual camping retreat virtually this year, complete with a box fitted with hot cocoa, cookies and a journal.
A double-major in German and computer information systems, Hillary McLaurin will teach English to school children in Germany this fall as part of the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
The summer 2018 edition of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving in homes and around campus.
More than 80,000 - that's the amount of volunteer hours CofC's students have contributed over the last decade through the Bonner Leader Program.
It's the end of the academic year, which means celebrations, summer internships, and the Spoleto Festival USA.
Senior Angela Jones hasn't let anything — not even nine years in the state's foster care system — slow her down on her way to a College of Charleston degree.
Ansley Pope, a Women's and Gender Studies major and junior in the College's Bonner Leader program, has been named one of CHARLIE magazine’s 50 Most Progressive.
The Ketner Emerging Leaders Scholarships, established by Linda Ketner in 1990, inspires students to become agents of change through public service and community engagement.
Dashia Drayton has been volunteering in her North Charleston community since she was a child. As a Bonner Leader and rising sophomore at the College of Charleston, she continues to give back and inspire others.