The 2019 Faculty and Staff Giving Drive, which launched on Sept. 10, 2019, is one way employees can show they're invested in the College of Charleston community.
Esther Ferguson, who along with her husband donated her home in Trujillo, Spain, to CofC in 1996, recently gave a painting of the restored Roman ruin to the College.
The Francis J. Morrissey III Leadership School Endowment pays for CofC Sigma Alpha Epsilon members to attend their national fraternity’s leadership school.
As a nontraditional student, alumna Francisca Palazuelos '17 achieved her goal of earning an art degree with the support of the Duval Endowed Scholarship for Studio Art.
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.
Fittingly, the support of the Albert Sottile Foundation is helping to refurbish the classical murals inside the Sottile Theatre.
Wendell Roberston '18 is among the students to benefit from the Horatio Hughes Memorial Scholarship, named in honor of alumnus and professor Horatio Hughes, Class of 1905, who taught at CofC from 1923 to 1950.
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.
Student Bethany Rupert is the first recipient of the Robert Ivey Scholarship in Dance, which was awarded for the 2018-19 school year.
The College of Charleston’s Sottile Theatre is on hiatus for an extensive stage renovation. The $4.7 million project is funded by both institutional capital project funds and a private grant from the Spaulding-Paolozzi Foundation.