The College is ranked No. 13 among the medium-size schools on the Peace Corps’ list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2019.
Some 60 students from the College of Charleston will be fanning out into the community to volunteer on a variety of service projects Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019.
College of Charleston students are stepping outside their comfort zones for spring break 2015 to explore new communities and social issues through Alternative Spring Break.
Cougar PAWWS, or Parents and Alumni Working With Students, ensure that accepted students feel welcome at the College before they even enroll.
Junior Emily Hoisington's generosity will touch the lives of 2,500 Charleston area students.
Fall Break at the College of Charleston is from November 1 through 4, 2014 and 36 students will be serving in Atlanta, Ga., Washington D.C. and in the Lowcountry.
On Saturday, October 11, 2014, College of Charleston student teams will grab a cart, garbage bags, and gloves and dash into downtown Charleston to participate in the 12th annual litter-collecting scavenger hunt.
College of Charleston students, staff and volunteers work with Hope for the Warriors to host veterans in sailing clinic May 7-9, 2014.