On March 1, 2018, the College restarts its March Matchness fundraising campaign.
Noah Thomas Leask is investing in the future with a $1.92 million gift to create the Distinguished Professorship in Information Management and Innovation.
The $10,000 grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation will help fund the Elementary Engineers program and the Charleston STEM Festival.
The Goldberg family has been a part of the College for nearly 90 years. Now the Goldbergs have established a series of scholarships to keep that relationship alive for years to come.
Fond memories of College Lodge inspired Kristen Faretra Bowden ’95 to establish the 402 Scholarship, CofC's first residential scholarship.
The Hibernian Society of Charleston recently hosted a ceremony at downtown Charleston's Hibernian Hall, where 13 College of Charleston students were awarded scholarships.
Geology grads Emily Sekula ’05, Michael Passarello ’08 and Karen Black ’10 have established the Geology Alumni Endowed Fund to provide student scholarships for research and field studies.
Hilda Debacker has announced the Rene and Hilda Debacker Endowed Scholarship, a legacy commitment for merit-based support of Charleston County students.
More than 60 students have joined The Lonon Foundation to start the UPLIFT program, which hosts a free monthly activity for children who have been affected by a parent or caregiver's cancer.
Leigh Friar, a senior majoring in women's and gender studies, has been named the first recipient of the Alison Piepmeier Scholarship.