The College of Charleston shared the following message with students on Wednesday, Jan. 20, regarding new COVID-19 policies for CofC events.
For over 25 years, Jeri Cabot has been a major force in the development and expansion of the College's Division of Student Affairs.
A new collaboration of campus partners called the Cougar Inclusion Team hopes to help create a more welcoming environment at the College of Charleston by providing members of the CofC community an avenue to raise concerns of possible exclusion or bias.
Part of the Drive for the 250th, the future Student Success Center at 58 George St. will offer a centralized location for career and civic engagement programs as well as other support services for students.
The College is committed to helping students navigate the stresses and anxieties caused by the uncertainty of the times. Here's how.
Executive Vice President for Student Affairs Alicia D. Caudill updated students on Friday regarding the College's enhanced response to violations of the institution's social gathering policy, which limits groups to no more than 10 people.
To help keep everyone on campus protected and healthy, CofC student leaders have written the Cougar Pledge to serve as an outline of best practices for students, faculty and staff.
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.
During an information session for students and parents on Thursday, July 9, 2020, CofC leaders highlighted details of Back on the Bricks: The College of Charleston Plan for Fall 2020, offering more specifics on how the institution will handle academics, health and wellness, and the student experience amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The College is bringing back its semi-annual Cougar Countdown program, providing a variety of stress-relieving activities virtually April 22–27, 2020.