The Women's and Gender Studies Program celebrated students' gender-related projects at the program's first "Feminism in Motion" event on April 2, 2018.
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.
The Hibernian Society of Charleston recently hosted a ceremony at downtown Charleston's Hibernian Hall, where 13 College of Charleston students were awarded scholarships.
The one-year scholarship program is designed to address financial support and to help foster a sense of community among students, particularly students of color.
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.
The fifth annual "Yes! I'm a Feminist" Party will encourage connections and raise funds for the Women's and Gender Studies Program's new Alison Piepmeier Scholarship.
Associate Professor Emeritus Andrew Lewis and his wife Josephine were recently honored for their newly endowed Dr. Andrew and Josephine Lewis Scholarship.
The 2016 Jeremy's Golf and Gala raised more than $110,000 for the Jeremy Warren Vann Memorial Scholarship program.
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.