The mission of the Department of Residence Life is to create engaging, supportive, and inclusive communities that foster academic achievement, personal development, and student involvement.
The mission of the Office of Residence Life is to create engaging, supportive, and inclusive communities that foster academic achievement, personal development, and student involvement. We focus on the educational and social aspect of living in a community and work alongside our partners Campus Housing which oversees all assignments, contract, and billing aspects, as well as Physical Plant which oversees all maintenance, custodial, and facilities issues.
today.cofc.edu With final exams for the spring 2020 semester on the horizon, College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu wanted to offer students some songs for success with the following campus message on Thursday, April 23, 2020: Dear Campus Community: Happy reading day! Even though we may be separated and all...
We are so grateful for our Graduate Hall Directors and their commitment to not only their own growth, but that of our undergrad residential students as well. Check out the article below to find out how our ResLife team stepped up in the face of COVID-19.
blogs.cofc.edu During these difficult times, we here at the University of Charleston, S.C. are comforted and humbled by stories of graduate students going above and beyond for the Lowcountry community. Below are …
The Student Employee of the Year Award is awarded annually to an outstanding student employee in recognition of their service and contributions to their depa...
Our student employees are the backbone of our department and we are SO thankful for each and every one of them! Check out our stories each day this week for hi-lights about our student staff superstars ⭐️ #NationalStudentEmploymentWeek
🚀Happy National Student Employment Week! We are so grateful for all our amazing student employees! You are out of this world! 🌍 #seoty #nsew
Happy #NationalStudentEmploymentWeek to our ResLife staff! Did one of our RAs/DAs positively impact your on-campus living experience? Drop their name in the comments below to give them a shout-out!
We’ll be hi-lighting our student staff in our stories all week - Check our story now and celebrate our Liberty and George staff with us!
Still have belongings left behind on campus? Unfortunately, due to Governor McMaster’s order requiring S.C. residents stay at home, we are unable to confirm any move-out dates at this time to ensure the safety of our students and staff members. Campus Housing will notify you when the state of emergency has been lifted and we are able to confirm move-out dates. If you need access to your items as soon as possible, check your student email for more information about alternative options. We also want to reiterate that your belongings remain secured within the residence halls and houses for the time being. E-mail Campus Housing at [email protected] with any questions. Stay healthy, Cougars!
Thank you to our hard working student staff for your dedication to our residents’ experience! We are so proud of these student leaders and couldn’t have navigated this unprecedented situation without them. Give your fav RA/DA a shoutout below! 👇
today.cofc.edu It wasn’t how Charlise Page had thought her final days as an RA (resident assistant) at the College of Charleston would go. A senior majoring in exercise science, Page had envisioned leaving her alma mater as a newly minted graduate, having taken her time to pack her belongings and say a
Spice up your zoom room with these CofC virtual backgrounds!
today.cofc.edu Missing the College of Charleston campus? Us, too. During this time of social distancing, faculty, staff, students and alumni are using online video services, like Zoom, to connect more than ever. To bring a bit of levity to those calls, CofC designed a few backgrounds to use, in case your co-worker...
today.cofc.edu College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to the campus community on April 6, 2020: Dear Campus Community, This is going to be a very busy week as we host several different virtual town halls to keep all of you updated as best we can about our ongoing response to the C...
We can’t wait to welcome the #ClassOf2024 to your #HomeSweetCofC! Are you ready to complete your housing application but aren’t sure which hall and community you’d like best? Need inspiration for room decor? Check out the link below to take a 360 degree tour of a suite in each of our halls! https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0LMEEYebDVPw19NHz4xN2rJ3ZUPbtJnN
today.cofc.edu Within 48 hours of releasing information about the Student Emergency Fund on March 25, 2020, the Division of Student Affairs at the College of Charleston received 521 applications from students for emergency aid. Carl Wise, assistant professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies, estimates that mo...
#FBF to Maroon Mayhem! Did you meet one of your best friends on campus or in your Residence Hall? Today, we’re celebrating the friendships formed at the college - tag your (former) roommates and/or suite-mates below 👇and let them know you’re thinking of them from a (social) distance! #FriendshipFriday
today.cofc.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TeMioOsesk The coronavirus pandemic has led us into uncharted territory. Instead of enjoying the spring weather and the final weeks of the semester, we’re stuck inside feeling worried and anxious. There’s a 24-hour stream of conflicting information on the news an...
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We are still here for all CofC Students! If you’re feeling anxious, confused, depressed, or just need someone to talk to, our texting lines will be open for the rest of the semester Monday-Thursday 12-9PM by texting “4support” to 839863. #coronamentalhealth #coronaselfcare #cofc #collegeofcharleston #mentalhealth #peercounseling #psychology #students4support #s4s
today.cofc.edu College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu sent the following message to the campus community on March 23, 2020: Dear Campus Community, In an effort to keep the College of Charleston community informed about our ongoing responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Senior Leadership Team and I will hos...
As a reminder, after today, Monday, March 23 at 8:00 p.m., only students who have been granted authorized exemptions will be able to stay in the residence halls. Students who have been granted exemptions should keep an eye on their student e-mail regularly for important updates and information. We know this situation can be stressful and we will do all we can to support you during this time. Please email Campus Housing at [email protected] or call 843-953-5523 if you need assistance. Stay safe and healthy, Cougars!
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Our team is moving forward with #MindfulMoveout 💪
Cougar students and families! Look out for food, clothing and housewares donation bins in residence halls to help divert waste from local landfills #SustainabilityMadeHere #TheNext250 #SustainCofC
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ATTENTION RESIDENTS: Yesterday, we made the difficult decision to provide only limited authorized access to our on-campus housing, including all residence halls and historic houses. Students will not be able to remain in your on-campus housing space and need to move out all belongings by 8:00pm on Monday, March 23rd. All residents should complete the form sent to their student email by campus housing last night (3/19) and either sign up for a time to move-out by Monday 3/23 at 8pm, let us know you can’t move out by Monday 3/23 at 8:00pm, let us know if you have an extenuating circumstance, or let us know if you have already moved out. Students who request an exemption to stay on campus will be notified of the College’s decision to grant or deny the request no later than 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 21. We know the quick action required by this situation can be stressful. We will do all we can to support you during this time. Please email Campus Housing at [email protected] or call 843-953-5523 if you need assistance.
today.cofc.edu The College of Charleston Libraries is dedicated to Cougars’ academic success during the e-learning period, which begins on Monday, March 23, 2020. Out of an abundance of caution for users, the libraries physical facilities were made inaccessible to the public beginning on March 17, 2020. But this...
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🚨IMPORTANT UPDATE 🚨
The College of Charleston has extended e-Learning through the Spring Semester and postponed spring graduation ceremonies. View the full update from President Hsu and steps the College will be taking at https://bit.ly/2Wv55VN.
today.cofc.edu College of Charleston students might be learning remotely for the next few weeks, but that doesn’t mean they have to do it alone. The College’s Center for Student Learning (CSL) is gearing up to offer all of its tutoring and student support services virtually during the institution’s e-learnin...
ATTENTION RESIDENTS: As we receive further guidance from state and national public health organizations, our efforts to support social distancing are being enhanced. In order to ensure the health and safety of our residential students, please check your email to find a link to a form that students should complete by tomorrow, Thurs 3/19 at 5pm to inform us of your intent to return to campus during our remote learning period. While our residence halls are NOT closing, we strongly advise all on-campus residents to not return to your residence halls or historic houses until the remote learning period ends, which is currently April 4th. On-campus resources will be very limited during this period and students who plan to stay in our halls may be asked to move to a temporary space and all should be prepared to utilize our revised “grab-and-go” dining options. Additionally, no visitation or programming will be permitted during this time and most campus offices will only be accessible remotely. Please complete the form regarding your remote learning plans now.
today.cofc.edu It's been a whirlwind week at the College of Charleston as students prepared for spring break and then a week of e-learning to help reduce the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19). Here's a look at some of the activities students have enjoyed on campus over the last few weeks. Stay safe, healthy and infor...
RESIDENCE HALLS REMAIN OPEN FOR ALL STUDENTS. If you are going home for Spring Break, make your end of year move-out easier by taking home your winter clothes and unused items. During move-out, donations bins will be available in the residence halls, but please plan ahead and start "Spring Cleaning" now! Residence Halls will close for the semester as scheduled on Thursday, April 30th at 12:00 pm.
We had a blast at our #SafeSpringBreakSendOff this afternoon! Thank you to all of our campus partners and students who came out for this event promoting a safe, happy, healthy and productive spring break!
TODAY 3-5 in the Cistern Yard - Make the most of your Spring Break by joining departments across campus for this exciting annual event! Pick up tips on how to not only stay safe while you travel, but how to make the most of your time away from class. Turn the world into your classroom and find opportunities to get involved in the community, challenge yourself, and even advance your career goals! There will also be opportunities to win a variety of prizes, including a $50 @caviarandbananas and an @amazon shopping spree worth up to $100!
We encourage all of our residents to participate in the CofC Day of Service tomorrow, March 7th! Ask your RA for more info!
today.cofc.edu https://youtu.be/iPt3r2HqUYs Being of service is about giving back to make a difference not because you’ll receive praise, but because you take joy in knowing your efforts will make someone else’s life better. That’s why the College of Charleston’s 250th Community Engagement Committee, in co...
Make the most of your Spring Break by joining departments across campus in this exciting annual event. Pick up tips on how to not only stay safe while you travel, but how to make the most of your time away from class. Turn the world into your classroom and find opportunities to get involved in the community, challenge yourself, and even advance your career goals!
There will also be opportunities to win a variety of prizes, including an Amazon shopping spree worth up to $100!!!
Hope to see you there!
HAPPY SPIRIT WEEK, COUGARS!
In honor of #CofCSpiritWeek2020, Residence Life is holding our annual door decoration contest.
How to enter:
1) Decorate your door with all your COFC pride (supplies available at all front desks!)
2) Email a picture of your door to [email protected]
3) Use #cofcspiritweek2020 and tag @cofcreslife for an extra entry
4) Enter by Thursday, February 27th at 12:00pm
5) The winning suite will receive Mellow Mushroom pizzas delivered by a special guest Friday, February 28th and an AMAZON shopping spree!
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RA SPOTLIGHT: We are so proud of Berry Hall Honors RA, Adrian Lopez Rivera, for being selected as one of three artists in the Student Art Expression of the Year program through the College’s Center for Sustainable Development.
This year's theme is food security concerns that students on campus may face. Check out more about the inspiration for Adrian's piece in the article below and be sure to stop by and take a look at his piece which is currently on display in the Albert Simons Center for the Arts.
today.cofc.edu The College of Charleston Farmers Market is a great place for students to find fresh, local produce and products – and it’s a good opportunity for students to learn about where their food comes from, too. Farmers and artisans are regularly on hand at the market to talk about their products. The ...
Don’t forget to place your order for an RHA Valentines candy gram! Every purchase is an entry to be selected as one of 3 winners who will receive a Valentines bundle from President Hsu! Sales close tomorrow, 2/13 at 4pm, and will be delivered to the recipient in our residence halls on Friday 2/14. You don’t have to be a student to purchase! Parents, friends, or off campus students are welcome to purchase as a surprise for their residential student. Link to purchase is: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20590_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=834&SINGLESTORE=true
Get you a man who does it all! Could there be a better Valentine than @cofchsu ?? RHA is offering $2 valentine grams with candy for sale online now-Thurs that will be hand delivered to your loved one’s residence hall (Gretchen Weiners style) on Friday, 2/14. The best part: every single purchase is an entry to win one of 3 hand delivered Valentines Bundles by @collegeofcharleston ‘s beloved President Hsu! We are so excited to offer these to our residents and appreciate your support of Residence Hall Association!
Purchase and enter at the link below: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20590_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=834&SINGLESTORE=true
No Valentine? No problem! Join us to spread the love at our Stoplight Party Late Nite Dance this Thursday 2/13 at 9pm in Stern Ballroom. We’ll have a dessert bar, awesome giveaways, and of course @djscrib06 will be spinning! Stay tuned for a special Valentines giveaway announcement tonight!
Thank you to The College Today for doing a spotlight on our RA recruitment process and signing day event! We’re so excited to welcome such a strong team of student leaders for the 2020-2021 academic year. Did an RA make a difference in your on-campus experience? Tell us who they are and how they impacted you in the comments below 👇🏻
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