Category Archives: newsletter

Spring 2015 Edition

When Kevin Waltermire ’03 appears on ABC’s Shark Tank on February 6, 2015 to pitch his product, The BevBoy (a koozie that floats and stays upright in the water) it will be his second experience in a shark tank.

Summer 2014 Edition

The College of Charleston Office of Media Relations has been interviewing our alumni who have envious jobs that we all want! This series is called “I Want Your Job” and is a short Q&A to see what these alumni are up to, and how the College of Charleston has influenced their careers.

Winter 2014 Edition

Our Career Center is dedicated to educating, developing, and assisting students in successfully meeting the challenges of the ever changing work environment. This is their mission, and they are committed to the students to achieve it.

Fall 2013 Edition

Two-hundred and forty plus years of being student centered, and we like to think we do a pretty good job at it. We invest in putting our students first and offer resources and programs to support them. Our Center for Student Learning (CSL) does just that.

Summer 2013 Edition

I ♥ COFC On April 9th, 350 people packed into the Sottile Theater to witness in!Genius.  In!Genius is an event for the mind, it is ideas and personal stories that are as varied as the speakers – artists, scientists, scholars and industry professionals.   The College of Charleston is the thread that binds them all together.  […]

Spring 2013 Edition

I ♥ COFC Were your students part of the #CougarEffect?  Were you swept into the #Cougar Effect craze?  Thursday, February 28 was National Student Philanthropy Day.  The idea behind National Student Philanthropy Day is to have campus events and activities that enhance awareness and engagement of our students in philanthropy.  1000 of our students are […]

March Newsletter

What’s Hot/What’s Not: 21st Century Graduation Gifts If you received a college graduation gift it was probably a cross pen set, cufflinks, or a VHS player. But what do you get the college grad who grew up watching The Simpsons on DVD? … Read Full Story → 5-minute Professor: Andrew Sobiesuo Enjoy our informal Q&A […]