Explore the College
Meet our students and faculty. See what our alumni are doing. Review the major events of the past few years. Schedule a visit. Youâll get why this is a hot school.
Welcome to the "New" Charleston
A top 10 fastest-growing city for software and Internet technology, an emerging hub for aerospace, and a hotbed for healthcare and biosciences.
Make Your Mark
Be curious. Explore. Question. Challenge the status quo. Try the unfamiliar as well as the tried and true â and your academic experience will pay big dividends.
The Good Life
Take advantage of everything the College has to offer. Use your imagination. Move outside your comfort zone. Look at every new experience as an opportunity. And have fun!
Be a Fan
This is the home of champions. If action is your thing, weve got 21 NCAA Division I teams that compete in the Colonial Athletic Association for you to cheer for.
On November 1, more than 350 students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the College launched BOUNDLESS: The Campaign for the College of Charleston!
Are you Hispanic/Latino? Yes
Regardless of your answer to the above question, please mark one or more races to indicate what you consider yourself to be:
Did you receive a dishonorable discharge from the military or do you have any convictions, guilty pleas, or judicial
findings or charges for any criminal offenses (including juvenile offenses) other than minor traffic violations?
If so, what were the charges?
Section 17 of the South Carolina Illegal Immigration Reform
Act (H. 4400, Act 280 of 2008), enacted June 4, 2008, requires South Carolina public colleges and universities to verify the lawful
presence in the United States of their students. To attend a public college or university in the state, a student must be a citizen or
national of the United States or an alien lawfully present in the United States. Students are required to provide proof of lawful
presence in the United States before being allowed to enroll or continue enrollment at the College. The Board of Trustees of the
College of Charleston has approved a verification process to comply with the law.