New graduate certificate in Special Education

The Graduate School of the College of Charleston now offers a Graduate Certificate in Special Education! I was excited to learn this week that the School of Education, Health and Human Performance has approved our ninth graduate certificate! The added bonus?  General and special education teachers can begin taking classes as early as January 12!…

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Fade to black …

College of Charleston is taking a vacation!  Our offices will close Friday afternoon (Dec 19) and will not reopen until Monday, January 5. By no means are we staying still though! Our recently engaged director of student records, Miss Regan, will be spending time with their new kitten to hopefully decide on a name.  Currently,…

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Breaking News: Graduate Student Housing Opportunity

BREAKING NEWS Beginning in Fall 2009, College of Charleston’s Residence Life Office will begin offering Residence Hall Director Positions as assistantships.  While these positions require living on campus and managing an undergraduate dorm, they include an on campus apartment.  These positions will come with abatements for out-of-state students provided that funds are available.  Residence Life…

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Presenting Susan Hallatt – Our Resident Actress

College of Charleston publishes a monthly in-house newsletter called The Portico. Each month, the editor spotlights two or three faculty and staff and their contributions to the college and the city.  Susan Hallatt, our director of admissions, is featured in this month’s Portico for her thriving acting career.  She’s performed in over 250 productions in…

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Graduate Student Wins Award at Carolinas Convention

A College of Charleston communication graduate student, Anna-Fiona Cooke, won first place in the 2008 Carolinas Communication Association’s Mary E. Jarrard Graduate Paper Award competition. The Jarrard Award winners were named at the Annual Convention of the Carolinas Communication Association, which was held Oct. 3-4, 2008, in Columbia, SC. Cooke won first place honors for…

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