James B. Edwards ’50 established the O.M. & Bertie H. Edwards Scholarship to honor his parents and their combined 100 years of teaching, and to support CofC students pursuing a career in education.
Driq Graves '21 is among the music students at the College who have benefited from an annual scholarship through the Charleston Mens Chorus.
College of Charleston alumna Neysa N. Williams '95 created a fund to support the College's Black Student Union and ensure minority students feel empowered.
Mark Richards '88 has given both money and time to programs and students in the School of Business, with the goal of inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs.
The Chad V. Adams ’18 Memorial Scholarship is for graduating Honors College seniors with a focus on students who demonstrate a strong work ethic with excellence in science.
Two newly endowed scholarships at the College of Charleston celebrate the love of Dr. John Covington '84 and Robert Lukey while giving back to future generations.
Former students, colleagues and friends established the Nan Morrison Endowed Scholarship as an homage to the retired English professor’s passion for teaching English Renaissance and Southern literature.
Noah T. Leask Distinguished Professor of Information Management and Innovation Gives CofC Key Advantage
Noah T. Leask Distinguished Professor of Information Management and Innovation Iris Junglas is intrigued by how technology can inform new behaviors and processes and gain competitive advantages.
Charleston businessman Ben Navarro, founder and CEO of Sherman Financial Group, and his wife Kelly, announced on Monday, March 15, a significant gift through the Beemok Family Foundation that will enhance the College of Charleston’s reputation as a leading educator of teachers.
Named for College of Charleston alumnus Emmett Robinson, the Emmett Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Theatre honors a rising senior theatre major with a distinguished record of leadership and artistry.