The summer 2018 edition of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving in homes and around campus.
As President Glenn McConnell's four years in office come to a close this week, here's a look back at his time at CofC.
President Glenn F. McConnell '69 reflects on the end of the 2017-18 academic year and the end of his four years as president of the College of Charleston.
College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell announced to the campus community on Monday that he plans to retire from his position this summer.
President McConnell shares updates on a wide variety of topics in this end-of-year message.
President McConnell responds to a list of recommendations from students regarding ways to make the College more inclusive and welcoming to all.
President Glenn McConnell condemns a racially insensitive incident connected to members of the College community.
President McConnell recently updated the Faculty Senate on several topics, including the strategic direction of the College, enrollment and the university's work on diversity and inclusion.
The following is a statement from College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell '69 regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: As you may have seen in the news, the Department of Justice announced plans yesterday to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program that provided temporary authorization for the children of
Dear Campus Community: I hope this note finds you well as we prepare for another great year of intellectual curiosity, growth and development. I know you are aware of the national conversation surrounding race and how to acknowledge and interpret our collective past – all against a backdrop of sadness we feel after the events