With health and safety top of mind as students settle into campus life, here are some tips to help keep CofC's Cougars protected and feeling their best.
The College of Charleston Division of Student Affairs recently named its 2021 division awards recipients, as well as its new executive director of student involvement.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu shared the following message with students regarding the university's safety protocols for COVID-19 as the institution prepares to begin the fall 2021 semester next week.
The College of Charleston believes it's important to get the COVID-19 vaccine because we want to protect our campus community and beyond.
Student Health Services will host a town hall discussion titled “COVID-19 ‘Ask an Expert’ Panel” on Friday, July 30, aimed at answering the CofC campus community’s questions about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students come to the College to be tested, but this past school year took that to a whole new level with the pandemic.
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The College has launched a COVID-19 vaccination campaign, dubbed Vax on the Bricks, to encourage students to receive the vaccine before returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester.
Student Health Services is offering the COVID-19 vaccine free to College of Charleston students during a series of vaccine clinics this summer. The first clinic is taking place this Thursday, May 13.
CofC has been designated as a COVID-19 vaccine distribution point by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Vaccine clinics for students will be held throughout the month of April.