The College has launched the Drive for the 250th, which aims to showcase fundraising priorities and engagement activities throughout CofC's anniversary year.
A day of giving aimed at generating excitement and support for the institution's future, CofC Day provides members of the College community with the opportunity to give back.
On Jan. 30, 2020, the College of Charleston will hold its first-ever CofC Day, a day of giving, in conjunction with the institution’s 250th anniversary.
Scott Ward '85 is paying forward the dividends of his career spent working in finance with the Scott Ward Award for Excellence in Mathematical Studies.
Richard Maclean '88, co-founder and managing partner of Frontier Capital, is establishing the Maclean Business "Ready to Work" Scholarship with an initial commitment of $150,000.
Students Courtney Hicks and Katie Stagliano are among the students to receive the Society of Alumni Scholarship.
Alumna Angela Lindner '83 honored her parents and sister with the creation of the Blalock-Stephenson-Stirling Endowed Undergraduate Research Award in Chemistry.
Alumnus Gerald “Jerry” Polis '62 has created the Gerald D. Polis Family Endowed Veterans Scholarship, the College’s first endowed scholarship dedicated to veterans.
The Bishop Robert Smith Society is comprised of donors who have made lifetime philanthropic commitments of $1 million or more to benefit the College.
See which alumni made The Charleston Regional Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 list, which highlights people whose commitment to their professions and communities is helping the Charleston region to thrive.