Student Isaac Waters has been recognized as Student Entrepreneur of the Year for his efforts to raise funds for the Collegiate Recovery Program.
The Collegiate Recovery Program at CofC has recently been awarded the first-ever grant to a four-year institution from the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services.
As President Glenn McConnell's four years in office come to a close this week, here's a look back at his time at CofC.
The College of Charleston mental health initiative Connect 2 Hope will host world champion dragon boat racer Jessica Mokuahi Key at an event Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
A member of one of the nation's best-known political families and a leading advocate for the equal treatment of mental illness and addiction, Patrick Kennedy will speak on campus on Oct. 11, 2017.
"Recovery has many faces," says Wood Marchant '89. He knows this as someone who overcame addiction but also as the director of the recently launched Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). The College of Charleston program is designed to provide a structured, healthy community where students recovering from substance and addictive disorders can thrive academically and socially while actively pursuing their
This past year, the College formally established the Collegiate Recovery program to support students in recovery from addictive behaviors.
Wood Marchant has been named director of the College of Charleston's new Collegiate Recovery Program, which assists students in recovery from addiction.