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.
Laura Lee Worrell, a building and equipment maintenance project manager in Facilities Management, is helping keep campus safe with plexiglass sneeze guards.
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.
In recognition of its 250th anniversary, the College has undertaken $3 million in facilities improvements, with many projects targeting historic structures on campus.
Even though the College is closed to students and faculty, the Facilities Management staff is there, keeping the campus functioning and safe.
Facilities Management reminds faculty and staff to complete this energy shutdown checklist in their classrooms and offices as they leave for winter break.
Once a former casket factory on a block that was dedicated to burial services, Facilities Management's Calhoun Street headquarters has a long and haunting history.
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.
Hiring two young HVAC technicians through the Charleston Regional Youth Apprenticeship Program has been a win-win-win for the College, the apprentices and the local community.