With many students facing job loss and other financial hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic, the CofC community has stepped up to help through donations to the Student Emergency Fund.
Students are invited to submit proposals for the second annual Sturcken Memorial Oratorical Competition. The deadline to submit proposals is Tuesday, Feb. 11.
The College of Charleston is reminding students to think first this Halloween when it comes to your safety, your health and your costume and party choices.
From a visit by a presidential candidate to a look at a new art class on blacksmithing, it's been a busy week at the College.
College of Charleston Interim President Stephen C. Osborne issued a statement of support on March 8, 2019, following a student rally on campus addressing an offensive social media video.
College of Charleston Interim President Stephen C. Osborne issued a statement on March 7, 2019, regarding an offensive video circulating on social media.
The Cougar Pantry and other initiatives at the College are helping to combat food and housing insecurity.
Graduate student Sylvie Baele '14 took first place in the inaugural Sturcken Memorial Oratorical competition held on Oct. 13, 2018, for her proposal to create the Better Bicycling Initiative.
A speech given by an alumnus in 1951 advocating for desegregation at the College has inspired a current student to launch a new oratorical competition.
The Cougar Pantry, a food pantry for students in need at the College of Charleston, opened on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018.