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.
Change is the name of the game for transfer students, but those at the College of Charleston are well supported and the opportunities they find enable them to flourish.
Cougar Countdown is a program for College of Charleston students to support their mind, body and spirit during the final days of each semester and during final exams.
Four CofC student volunteers with the Students 4 Support (S4S) peer counseling team provide their tips for staying grounded and mentally fit through the rest of the semester.
The College is celebrating Halloween with a "spooktacular" weekend of events and activities designed to keep students safe and healthy, including Yoga with President Hsu.
The annual Weeks of Welcome is starting off the 2020–21 academic year with online events and activities meant to connect students to the CofC culture, community and campus.
The College is bringing back its semi-annual Cougar Countdown program, providing a variety of stress-relieving activities virtually April 22–27, 2020.
When people think about gaming, they might imagine it as a solitary activity. But, members of the College of Charleston’s Esports Club are quick to point out online gaming can be very social.
President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to the campus community on March 22, 2020, encouraging students as the institution prepares to begin its e-learing period amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Phenomenal Women program honors and celebrates women who have made contributions to diversity in the College of Charleston and larger Charleston communities.