Blaine Billings has already had a math research paper accepted for publication, and he even has a faculty office. Not bad for a freshman.
Alumna Clark Sarullo '06 appears opposite John Cusack in the film adaptation of Stephen King's 2006 thriller 'Cell.' Her path to Hollywood began with appearances in commercials and radio spots in Charleston.
Learn about the inspiring story of Dr. Ebony Hilton '04, who, through the unwavering support of her mother, achieved her childhood dream of becoming a doctor and now offers that same support to the next generation of girls.
The class is quiet, focused. It’s the final exam, and all heads are down, concentrating – all eyes on the task at hand. Still, Melissa Hughes isn’t surprised when one student gets up to point out the pileated woodpecker in the window behind her. “It’s been like this all semester,” says the biology professor, who
New student orientation sessions begin next week for the 2016-2017 academic year. Learn how to make the most of each session.
Students sticking around campus for the summer can choose from more than 500 courses. Among those of note: "Coastal Kayaking," "Other People's Money," and "Photo Essays and Literary Expressions."
Professor Douglas M. Walker offered a different perspective on the multi-faceted nature of gambling - both legal and illegal - in a recent WalletHub article.
IT expert and alum David Zendzian '96 will be a featured speaker at the first-ever Syntax Code & Craft Convention at the North Campus on May 6-7.
This is the 12th year in a row that the College of Charleston has been honored by the Princeton Review.
The College announces its new minor in Irish and Irish American Studies.