Join the Honors Committee and represent the Honors student body

Honors CollegeCalling all student leaders: The Honors College Committee is looking for a second student representative to help shape the future of the Honors College.

The Opportunity: Represent the Honors student body on the faculty committee that supports the Honors College. The Honors Committee provides input on essential functions like Honors College admissions decisions, the Honors courses to be offered, and strategic planning.


  • Network with faculty
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Help shape the future of the Honors College

How to Apply: Application form + resume + statement of interest; submit all completed materials to by October 5.

Honors Committee Student Representative Application


  • The applicant must be a sophomore, junior or senior and in good standing in the Honors College.
  • The applicant must be available to attend bi-monthly meetings of the Honors Committee.
  • The applicant must be interested in developing leadership skills and working with faculty, as well as, committed to fairly representing fellow honors students in curricular, procedural, and admissions decisions.

Application Process

Applicant must submit the following items for consideration:

  • Typed application form
  • Resume
  • Up to a 250-word statement of interest

Submit this application with all supporting documentation to: Mary Moser, 10 Green Way or via email to by October 5, 2023.

Students considered for the position will be invited for an interview, and student representatives will be notified of their selection by October 13, 2023.

 By submitting this application, you give permission to the Honors Committee to review your transcript for eligibility.

The Center for Sustainable Development is hiring!

Student Leadership Positions: The Center for Sustainable Development is hiring for SIX positions through the CSD internship program!

The Opportunities: Multiple roles, including:

  • Waste Store Manager
  • Zero Waste Lead
  • JEDI Lead
  • Student Engagement Lead
  • Staff Engagement Lead
  • Cougar Changemaker Committee Chair

The Benefits: A great way to get involved on campus, gain experience as a sustainability professional, and meet amazing people.

Application Details: Handshake application + supplemental Microsoft Form; deadline is July 30.

Become a Students 4 Support Team Member for the Fall Semester

Become a trained S4S volunteer and help support your peers and the CofC community

The opportunity: Students 4 Support is a group of highly trained volunteers who provide their peers with nationally recognized nationally recognized emotional response techniques. Team members are trained to…

  • Provide academic, personal, and social support for students
  • Assist students in the navigation of the college environment
  • Build relationships between students, staff, and faculty
  • Foster individual development of self-reliance and self-advocacy

Great fit for: Those who are passionate about mental health / enjoy helping others / Prioritize diversity & inclusion / Are interested in becoming part of a welcoming team

  • All majors, genders, and personalities are welcome and encouraged

How to apply: Visit the S4S application page for more details. The deadline to apply for Fall ’23 semester is May 25.

Religious Studies Alumni Spotlight Series

The CofC Department of Religious Studies is hosting an Alumni Spotlight Series on Monday, April 3rd, at 3:30 in JWST 233.

This event will feature Class of 2018 Honors Alumni Madeline Leibin and focus on “Organizing & Lawyering for Religious Pluralism.

Come out and listen to Madeline reflect on her journey from an undergraduate at CofC, to a conflict resolution worker in Israel, to a law school student at NYU.

All students are welcome to attend!

Volunteer Opportunities with the Cougar Pantry

The Cougar Food Pantry is currently looking for student volunteers.

The Cougar Food Pantry is a student-led organization created to combat food insecurity while helping unify the College of Charleston campus through collaboration and student involvement.

Acknowledging the fact that food insecurity is a spectrum, the Cougar Food Pantry is accessible to all students on the College of Charleston campus.

Our student volunteers can engage in our cause by working the pantry, organizing the items, and conducting donation drives.

Volunteering is a great opportunity for anyone looking to knock out volunteer hours or be involved in the community. Hours are extremely flexible – interested students should fill out this form!

For more information about the Cougar Pantry, email or check out the Cougar Pantry Website.

Medical School Application Q&A

Dr. Renaud Geslain and Pre-Health Peer Mentor Maryam Jafri are hosting a Med School Application Q&A on Monday, March 20th, at 6:00pm in RITA 154.

Maryam is a senior at CofC who is taking a gap year and then applying to Medical School.

The Q&A will be centered around preparing for the MCAT and applying to medical programs. All students are welcome – underclassmen planning on going to medical school are encouraged to attend.

2023 Food Security Summit

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The 2023 Food Security Summit is just around the corner!

Join the John Edwin Mroz Institute, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the School of Languages, Cultures, & World Affairs, the Office of the Provost, and the Office of the President for the Food Security Summit.

The Summit will take place on Friday, March 24, 2023, from 8:30a.m. – 12:30p.m, in Rita Liddy Hollings Science Center, room 101.

This event will feature several speakers from across the campus community including; Provost Austin, President Hsu, and many more!

Students may learn more here and register here!

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Info Session

Through its variety of grants, the Fulbright program offers students the opportunity to work, study, and live in another country for up to one year after graduation in one of the over 140 Fulbright partner countries.

A Fulbright can be a great way to begin graduate study, continue research, or pursue a meaningful gap year experience. Students pursuing a Fulbright must have completed their undergraduate degree by the start of the Fulbright grant period and select one of the opportunities listed below:

English Teaching Assistantship: Teach English to students ranging in age from pre-k to college while engaging with the local community.

Open Study: Pursue a master’s degree in one of the many available one-year degree programs, including through a number of field-specific grants.

Open Research: Propose a year-long research project on the topic of your choice in any of the Fulbright countries or pursue one of the field-specific grants in the Arts, Business, or STEM fields.

To learn more about the Fulbright program and the unique opportunities it provides, attend our upcoming info session on March 22nd in Maybank Room 103, from 3-4 PM.

Click here to RSVP for the event. If you cannot attend or have further questions, please contact the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards at