As the first Black woman dean of admissions, Khala Granville brings a collaborative spirit and a fresh perspective to the College of Charleston – not to mention a love for live concerts and road trips!
Part of Admitted Cougar Events, new school showcases aim to connect incoming students with faculty and current students to help them navigate various academic opportunities.
You've put in the time and hard work to get to this moment: You've been accepted as a student at the College of Charleston. Make sure you complete all the necessary steps to officially become a Cougar.
The College has extended its test-optional policy for freshmen who apply for admission for fall 2022 and fall 2023, which means high school students may apply to CofC without submitting SAT or ACT scores.
Kenyatta Grimmage, associate director for access initiatives and pre-college programs in the Office of Admissions, will be a guest on Oprah Winfrey's #OWNYour Vote: Zoom With Oprah!, this Thursday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m.
Students who are applying for admission to the College of Charleston for fall 2021 can choose to have their application evaluated without SAT or ACT scores.
Nothing can replace seeing the College of Charleston campus in person, but in these uncertain times, prospective students can get to know more about CofC through the new Virtual Visitor Center.
Kenyatta Grimmage, associate director for access initiatives and pre-college programs, will be honored at the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium's annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.
In honor of College Application Month, two College of Charleston admissions counselors offer up seven ways prospective students can make sure they submit a strong application.
The College of Charleston will now give applicants the option of applying to the College through the Common App, an online application program used by over 900 colleges in the United States for undergraduate admissions.