From the 2019 Charleston Pride Parade to a visit from two presidential candidates to Trivia Night at City Bistro and more, there's a lot happening at CofC these days.
Jaheim President and Darius Smith, who were surprised on 'The Ellen Show' with full scholarships to CofC, were officially presented with their scholarship packages on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019.
This spring the College gave 50 kindergartners from Sanders-Clyde Elementary School a taste of college life with “Kindergarten College.”
The Call Me MISTER program supports male minority students majoring in education academically as well as socially and emotionally.
Two high school students who were surprised with scholarships covering their tuition to the College of Charleston on 'The Ellen Show' are among the largest ever Call Me MISTER cohort at CofC.
Meet Anthony James, director of Minority Education and Outreach and the Call Me MISTER program.
The Representative Floyd Breeland Scholarship will be awarded annually to a minority male student in the College's teacher education program.
The endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to a minority male student in the College's teacher education program. The scholarship's namesake administers the College's Call Me MISTER Program, which seeks to increase the number of African American teachers in South Carolina schools.
After completing the Call Me MISTER Program and earning a degree in 2014, Josh Hall began his teaching career at Flowertown Elementary in Summerville, S.C.