CofC’s hospitality and tourism program has been named sixth best in the nation by the website Study.com.
A visit to Banff National Park in Canada during the spring semester provides a hands-on experience.
Senior Victoria Kabernagel will walk across Cistern Yard during Commencement exercises later this week as a quadruple major.
Charleston's exalted reputation as a foodie town inspired these six alums to make their mark in the local cuisine scene.
The event will feature over 75 companies offering a wide range of employment opportunities available in the hospitality industry.
Junior Lauren Furey has merged her passion for cooking, business and hospitality into one recipe for success.
The talk by CofC alumnus and U.S.-Cuba policy expert Collin Laverty will take place on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, at 4:30 p.m. in Robert Scott Small Building, Room 235.
The event at TD Arena will feature over 50 employers from the Charleston area hospitality business.
Alumni Ashley Brooks '14 and Annaliese Hughes '14 plan to open Pounce cat cafe in downtown Charleston.
CofC professors offer advice to help you take some of the stress out of the Thanksgiving holiday.