MBA students Tyler Rothenberg and Nic DeLuca are among two of the 221 students and more than 80 faculty and staff members at the College who have served in the military.
Finance professor Jocelyn Evans, along with her business students, is raising money to help get supplies for Lowcountry health care professionals.
'U.S. News & World Report' has named the College's MBA program as one of the top programs in the nation when it comes to job placement and affordability.
Thai Phi '12 is the owner and chef at Pink Bellies, which has been serving Vietnamese comfort food to rave reviews since 2014.
The College of Charleston School of Business has been named to Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the best U.S. business schools of 2019-20.
Since its launch 10 years ago, the College's MBA program has developed into one of the top programs in the United States, receiving both national attention and honors.
Sharon Kingman '80 gives back to the College in many ways, from her namesake scholarship with her husband to her work as an MBA mentor.
The School of Business has been recognized in several recent national rankings by education publications.
The School of Business has hired a new director for the MBA Program.
The College of Charleston School of Business MBA program has ranked first in the country for job placement, according to U.S. News & World Report.