The College of Charleston is expanding its diversity efforts this fall with the launch of the online program Diversity EDU as well as a new initiative dubbed Critical Conversations.
President Andrew T. Hsu, in a message to the campus community on Thursday, June 11, 2020, laid out the institution's plans to support black students and address issues of racial inequalities on campus.
The College's Office of Institutional Diversity is among many campus departments leading the way with initiatives and conversations surrounding issues of race, equity and inclusion.
Part of the College's Drive for the 250th, the 1967 Legacy Program will help ensure the success of future African American students while honoring those who came before.
It's been a whirlwind week at the College of Charleston as students prepared for spring break and then a week of e-learning to help reduce the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19). Stay safe, healthy and informed during your time away from CofC!
The Office of Institutional Diversity invites the CofC community to an A.I.R.E. World Café workshop at noon on Thursday, March 12, 2020, in the Theodore S. Stern Student Center, room 205.
The College of Charleston Office of Institutional Diversity is hosting its second annual Be Well Expo from 9:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, at Burke High School.
The Office of Institutional Diversity is holding information sessions on Jan. 31 and Feb. 20 for faculty and staff interested in creating A.I.R.E. Learning Communities on campus.
Kicking off Black History Month, “History Makers & Trailblazers” will take a closer look at the history of access, equity and inclusivity at CofC.
The first in the College’s diversity docuseries, If These Walls Could Talk, examines how enslaved Africans built some of the buildings around campus.