Peer-tutors with CofC's Center for Student Learning offer their top 10 study tips to help fellow students breeze through their exams.
Cougar Countdown is a program for College of Charleston students to support their mind, body and spirit during the final days of each semester and during final exams.
The Center for Student Learning earlier this spring celebrated its first-ever cohort of tutors to complete the Tutor Advancement Program.
The College is bringing back its semi-annual Cougar Countdown program, providing a variety of stress-relieving activities virtually April 22–27, 2020.
Bonnie Devet is the co-editor of a newly released collection, "Transfer of Learning in the Writing Center," an open-access, digital publication produced by the 'WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.'
The College’s Center for Student Learning is gearing up to offer all of its tutoring and student support services virtually during the institution’s e-learning period due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cougar Countdown offers students a variety of activities and support to help them prepare for exams and get some much-needed relaxation.
Graduating senior Bethany Fincher overcame personal issues to flourish as a double major in philosophy and art history.
From cookouts to coffee and tutoring to yoga, Cougar Countdown offers something to help everyone feel calm and supported during finals.
Bonnie Devet, English professor and director of the CofC's Writing Lab, recently received the Southeastern Writing Center Association Achievement Award for her work in the field of writing center studies.