CofC student and U.S. Marine veteran Dyllon Gunsolus won the time trial event at the USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships last month. It was a victory won in his heart and mind as much as it was on the velodrome track.
The College of Charleston Student Veterans Organization is hosting a vigil on Friday, Sept. 10, 2021, in remembrance of 9/11 and the 13 U.S. Marines killed last month in Afghanistan.
From drawing in Cistern Yard to a sustainable seafood dinner to the "Yes! I'm a Feminist" event, variety is the spice of life at the College of Charleston!
The College's North Campus is hosting monthly career readiness events for members of the military, veterans and military spouses in the Lowcountry.
After almost dying on the battlefield in Afghanistan, student-veteran Matthew McElhinney feels like he’s landed in paradise as he attends CofC on the GI Bill.
The College of Charleston will begin accepting military transfer credits starting with the spring 2020 semester for veteran and active duty students.
Rebekah Edmondson, who survived four deployments in Afghanistan and sustained injuries from a bomb blast, remains committed to bettering the lives of Afghan women.
Veteran and Military Student Services offers Green Zone Training to help faculty and staff understand the unique perspectives of student veterans. The next training session will be on Feb. 4, 2019.