Steve ’89 and Emily Swanson ’89 have been named the 2016 Outstanding Philanthropists of the Year by the Association of Fundraising Professionals' S.C. Lowcountry Chapter.
The Representative Floyd Breeland Scholarship will be awarded annually to a minority male student in the College's teacher education program.
Senior Julia Marks credits scholarship support for enabling her to pursue her passion for acting.
The new Martin Scholars Program was created to inspire future generations of leaders and mentors among outstanding communication students at the College of Charleston.
Tragedy Inspires Giving: Developer Endows College Scholarship Honoring Victims of Emanuel A.M.E. Tragedy
To honor the victims of last year's tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church, Charleston developer Michael Bennett established the "Mother" Emanuel A.M.E. Endowed Scholarship for minority students from the Charleston peninsula to attend the College of Charleston. The scholarship will be awarded for the first time this fall.
Andrea Creech, a senior who is double majoring in biology and Hispanic studies, is spending the summer studying at Yale University as part of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Exceptional Research Opportunities Program. Creech’s research will focus on type 2 diabetes.
In 1856, The Hon. Ker Boyce left an endowment that still provides scholarships to College of Charleston students today. Over time, Boyce Scholarship recipients have been known to return the gesture and establish their own scholarships at the College.
First-generation American and first-generation college student Sophia Emetu is the first recipient of the R.I.S.E. honors scholarship established by CofC alumni Ben and Sara Givler DeWolf.
The annual 5k and 10k races raise money for Gavalas Kolanko Foundation scholarships to assist students with disabilities at the College of Charleston.
Librarian Brandon Lewter is leading the charge on campus to address men's health problems through facial hair.