The Albert Simons Center for the Arts, located in the heart of the College of Charleston campus, will be closed for the next two years while the building undergoes an extensive multimillion-dollar renovation.
A new partnership between the College and Siemens Industry will reduce energy consumption, energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions at CofC, resulting in about $1.8 million in utility savings annually.
Take it from John Morris, vice president of Facilities Management: It takes a dedicated team to keep up the College's 90 historic homes and buildings.
Wanting to be good stewards and good neighbors, CofC faculty, staff and alumni helped shape the City of Charleston's new Climate Action Plan, which aims to create an equitable strategy for a healthier future.
A partnership between Campus Recreation Services and the Carpentry Shop is an ace in the hole for putt-putt fun.
After a yearlong renovation to the Facilities Management headquarters at 133 Calhoun Street, physical beauty has been restored to the Physical Plant building.
When a driver hit William Sims from Facilities Management and destroyed his bike, a CofC student, a CofC alumnus and several CofC staff members decided to help.
This Veterans Day, the College of Charleston honors its veterans, including 21-year U.S. Army vet Frank Covington, for their service.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, shared the following message with the campus community regarding National Custodian Appreciation Day.
On National Custodian Appreciation Day, Oct. 2, the College of Charleston recognizes the critical work of custodians during a worldwide pandemic.