Finance professor Jocelyn Evans is maximizing learning returns with her online course Financial Literacy for Generation Z.
The first-year seminar "Presidential Politics. Made. Here." explores how Charleston has influenced presidential politics and presidential elections, both past and present.
After seeing a close friend struggle with mental illness, psychology graduate Megan Henrich found her calling helping children and students overcome emotional challenges.
Humorist, scholar and activist, Peterson Toscano visits the College, engaging students with discussions that touch on faith, climate change and LGBTQ+ issues.
This academic year's selection for The College Reads! is "The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water" by Charles Fishman.
The U.S. News & World Report has confirmed something that just about every Cougar knows: the the College of Charleston's First Year Experience is among the best.
A look at some of the courses offered this semester as part of the First Year Experience Program.
College students are used to eating on the cheap. So the experience of having world renowned chef Bob Waggoner cook a three-course meal for them is likely to be unforgettable.
With spray paint and thrifted shirts, three students raise awareness and funds for LGBT+ charities.
Teacher education professor Jon Hale's new book, "Freedom Schools," focuses on the creation of 41 schools for black students during the Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964.