City Bistro and Chick-fil-A are open to the campus community.
College of Charleston leaders during a virtual town hall meeting for students and families on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, offered more details regarding protocols for housing and dining services for the fall 2020 semester.
While most CofC employees are working remotely, for staff in the Office of Business and Auxiliary Services, it's business as usual.
The Office of Business and Auxiliary Services continues to support the College’s educational and service mission during this period of e-learning.
From Garmins and fitbits to meal plans and gym memberships, there are countless weight-management and fitness discounts and deals available to CofC faculty and staff.
The College of Charleston Farmers Market is kicking off its spring 2020 season on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020.
The College of Charleston campus will be closed for winter break from Dec. 21, 2019, until Jan. 2, 2020.
From lettuce to eggs to milk, Dining Services uses a variety of locally produced food to feed CofC's students.
In honor of National Food Service Employees Day and of National Custodial Worker Day, the College of Charleston reflects and celebrates its Dining Services and Custodial Services staff members.
Meet Emily Ackerberg, registered dietician for College of Charleston Dining Services.