The Majors and Minors Fair is Wednesday! It will be a great opportunity for students to learn about some of the majors and minors offered at CofC!
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Majors and Minors Fair will take place on Wednesday. This will be a great opportunity for students to learn about some of the majors and minors offered at CofC!
Students can attend the Study Abroad Fairs to learn more about study abroad opportunities!
Students can attend the Study Abroad Fairs to learn more about the study abroad opportunities!
Students can complete the NSSE survey for a chance to win prizes!
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Wednesday, Feb 9th will be the last day to Withdraw from Express I classes w/ a “W”. Drop-in Advising Offered 2-4pm each Weekday.
Last chance! Apply to be a Peer Advisor today! Application available at advising.cofc.edu
Have your student take advantage of the Spring 2022 Study Skills Workshops!
Study Abroad Fair coming soon!
Last 2 Weeks of Fall 2021 = 2 Weeks of Opportunities!
The CIE is hosting an in-person Study Abroad Fair for those students who may be interested in a study abroad.
Celebrating Halloween in the AAPC office today!
The deadline for students to withdraw with a grade of "W" is October 29th.
It's time to start preparing for Midterms!
Your student doesn't want to miss out on the chance to explore majors & minors! September 29, 2021
Here's an opportunity for your student to get information on different majors offered by CofC.
From our friends in the School of Business.
From our friends in the CLS.
The math department has changed the course numbers on a couple of key courses, per the below.
Students can sign up here: https://cofc.joinhandshake.com/events/710253/share_preview
CARES Act Fund
Last night, our Office of Financial Assistance and Veterans Affairs sent individual messages to students who are eligible to receive funding from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA) Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
As that message explains, CARES Act: Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund funding is a component of the stimulus package provided by the federal government. It is intended to support students who are enrolled in college during the spring semester 2021.
Here are some key points about this funding:
• These funds are provided to students so that they can use them for their own highest and greatest need.
• They will be available to students as a refund from their student account.
• The most efficient way for students to receive these funds is to set up a direct deposit. Then, the College can place the funds directly into that account. If students have not already set-up direct deposit, please sign in to eBill and click on “Electronic Refunds” to complete this process.
• If students do not have direct deposit, the funds will be sent to them in the form of a check. Please note, this may take several days for processing.
This year’s CARES funds can be applied to students’ balances due at the College, with their permission. If students would like these funds to apply to their current semester’s balance, please go to https://secure.touchnet.com/C20590_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=956&SINGLESTORE=true and opt in. If students are choosing this option, please do so before 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Monday, March 22, 2021. Funds should be posted to your CofC student account during the week of March 22.
It’s our hope that these resources provide needed and beneficial support to our students during this difficult time. If students have questions about the disbursement of these funds, please contact the Office of the Treasurer at [email protected].
CARES Act Fund By choosing the “YES” option in the drop-down box below, I authorize College of Charleston to apply any and all CARES funding that I am eligible to receive to any balance still due for the Spring 2021 semester. This authorization only applies to funding I am to receive in March 2021. I understan...
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Mid-term grades have been posted. Below is some interesting information from our friends in the Center for Academic Performance and Persistence.
Is your student considering a major in Business? The School of Business Student Success Center is holding an information session for currently enrolled students, which can be accessed via this zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/8439535617?pwd=c3llS0czZ1hEMVNUZ0NSR09aaU4rUT09#success
Spring 2021 Academic Calendar - College of Charleston
Today, February 10, 2021, is the last day to withdraw from a Spring 2021 Express I class with the grade of "W".
This information, and information about many important dates and deadlines, can be found on the Academic Calendar posted on the Registrar's website.
Students and Parents are encouraged to become familiar with the information on this calendar every semester.
Spring 2021 Academic Calendar - College of Charleston Spring 2021 Academic Calendar
Forward and Back
Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the College of Charleston
by Gary Jackson
It started with barracks refashioned to hold
students instead of soldiers. It started with water
to halt the fires the city could not yet extinguish.
It started with cornerstone, with brick
built by black hands who were not allowed
to enter the very halls they erected, not allowed
to sign their own names, except by fingerprints
in the bricks that adorn downtown markets and homes
along cobblestone and herringbone. We built
this college under Charleston’s eyes—
with her wreath and scepter, her promises
to defend us. Her words, Wisdom is liberty,
as people decided who was allowed to learn
and who was not. 250 years later
we’re still learning, still standing
through revolutions and wars,
hurricanes and floods, presidents
and educators shaping the future for all of us
who walk and sometimes stumble
on these paths well-worn from years of use.
Let us look forward, let the Spanish moss fall
as we trace our hands along the brick, mortar,
and stone that hold the bittersweet history
of our ancestors who built towards a better world
here, with all of us in it.
Gary Jackson is an associate professor in the Department of English.
It is never too early for CofC students to start planning! Registration entry dates for currently enrolled undergraduate students have been posted for Fall 2021. The registration entry date schedule is based on earned hours (this does not include currently enrolled hours).
Students are responsible for making sure they have resolved any holds that would prevent course registration. Here is a short link to the list of registration hold types and their contact information: https://go.cofc.edu/holds
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