The Citadel, Student Veterans Association (CSVA) is a student governed organization. We assist all currently enrolled veterans at The Citadel.
The Harry & Reba Huge Foundation is a non-profit providing scholarships and opportunities for student scholars with the drive and potential to be leaders.
The URCA Program supports creative and scholarly efforts undertaken by undergraduate students in collaboration with faculty mentors.
Dig. Discover. Document.
An interdisciplinary graduate program addressing environmental and sustainability issues from natural science, social science, and public policy perspectives.
Working to bring residents together to develop positive living & learning communities through improvement of Residences & conducting residential programs
Whether it is at your child's school or your local gym, DanceLoveMore is a traveling fitness & dance instruction program. We offer year long sessions as well as short term for those with goals in mind, like learning a routine for your upcoming wedding.
Spanish Classes and Conversation Group
College of Charleston's Study Abroad Program for Students taking Spanish in the Hispanic Studies Department.
Master of Science in Child Life
JumpBunch, the national leading mobile children’s sports and fitness program, provides a healthy, non- competitive introduction to sports and fitness. We offer classes for children aged 15 months to 12 years old.
Meet Stephanie and Johanna! We are both currently certified teachers in the S.C. School System. We have a combined history of 25+ years of teaching experience in both the arts and other areas. We both live on Daniel Island.
The role of the Department is to provide students with an understanding of the science of living systems within the context of a liberal arts education.
Our focus is Multi-cultural Affairs, Diversity & Pre-Law at the Charleston School of Law
The Citadel Veterans Student Success Center page is aimed at increasing awareness of your VA Educational Benefits and Veterans Center activities.
The International Studies program at the College of Charleston emphasizes knowledge of regions across disciplines and time, providing students with the skills needed to become global citizens.
The place to be for the study of the ancient Mediterranean and Greco-Roman world!
We are the Charleston 40 Tour Guide Association at the College of Charleston
Like our page for the newest information, events, and amazing things our math teachers are doing!
The Political Science Club is a non-partisan club. Our goal is to enhance political education and participation in the Charleston community.
Welcome to the Criminal Justice Department at The Citadel!
Explore Charleston Harbor on a 32 ft sailboat called New Horizon.
The Porter-Gaud Parents Guild assists the Board of Trustees, Administration & Faculty in creating the best possible educational experience for our children
Share professional learning opportunities.
The Department of Religious Studies at the College of Charleston
The Aesthetics Work Group is an interdisciplinary group of professors and students who meet periodically to discuss theoretical works about and in the arts
For 70 years, the Weekday School has provided children with the skills and knowledge to be successful learners throughout life, through active, hands-on experiences that enhance learning and development.
Web app with data dashboards to manage key aspects of clinical education. Designed for speech-language pathology and audiology training programs.
A place for American Association of Teachers of French members in South Carolina and beyond to share ideas, post upcoming events, and more. Contact us!
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Meeting Street Academy Kids LOVE TO RUN!!! We need volunteers to run along side our runners in local 5K races! Share the gift of running with MSA!!!
First African Child Development Center's mission is to save our children from academic failure and a life of crime. Furthermore, we are committed to breaking the vicious cycle of generational welfare dependency and government support.