Welcome to the School of Business Dean's Student Forum at CofC! To act as the proactive liaison between the student body and the Dean in relevant issues that concern the sustainability and continued progress of the School of Business.
The Dean’s Student Forum is a select group of twenty students representing the variety of majors, minors, and concentrations offered at the College of Charleston’s competitive School of Business. The group collaborates once a month on speciﬁc issues pertaining to the School of Business by maintaining an open line of communication with the whole student body. The Forum then meets with the Dean twice a semester to serves as a proactive link between the students and the administration of the business school.
Shout out to the Photo Booth sponsor for the upcoming School of Business Tailgate, Skygarden Apartments! If your are looking for housing that is close, chic, and affordable, make sure to check out the Skygarden Apartments. SKYGARDEN
"Success is not an accident" -Stephen Curry.
We're excited for this years School of Business Tailgate! It is only a week away!
Here is some CofC Basketball to get you motivated for your Wednesday! We are so excited that the School of Business Tailgate is less than a month away. https://twitter.com/CofCBasketball/status/821468089665646592
“Charleston Basketball is 🔙 and OUR time is now ... Together, we can make anything happen! #TheCollege https://t.co/HbMCb4RKWO”
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In Cameroon, education remains unaffordable for many families. Donating supplies to the Kick it Forward Campaign is a small way to make a big impact!! Make your donation today in the Student Success Center in Beatty room 100 or online at https://possibilitieswithoutborders.org/donate/pwb.html
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Like soccer? Well, a group of students from the School of Business along with Dr. Desplaces and Dr. Veal are using just that to teach kids about the importance of self-hygiene. Other than soccer, this group of business students is fundraising in order to deliver packages of school supplies, run entrepreneurship workshops, and award micro loans through business plan competitions. Soccer is just a small part. The people of Cameroon are in need -- and you can make a difference. Be a part of this year's Kick It Forward Campaign by donating to the Micro finance program in order to develop agribusiness models designed by women. Advocate for entrepreneurship in sustainable development! #KickitForwardCofC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nF0KpJuYW3c&feature=youtu.be
College of Charleston Kick It Forward Project (Enactus Team) - Cameroon, Africa (March 2013)
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This is a group for any WAHS chorus member and friends! Send this link to all! Be sure to check back for updates as well.
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This club is designed to encourage interest among The Citadel community in regards to hispanic culture in order to gain better understanding of hispanic, and hispanic influenced cultures, via social gatherings, cultural festivals & community volunteering
"As a student, I couldn't be happier with the College of Health Professions as my graduate school of choice. The location is great, the people are wonderful, and the experiences and memories you make will last a lifetime."~Rachel Sammis, PA Student
Our Job: To Help Women Connect for Success! http://c4women.org
SCPITC offers free on-site training to teachers serving children from birth to 3 years old.
Looking for ways to get involved on-campus and meet other people? Start here!