Center for Student Learning (CSL) Tutoring Labs Open Monday (plus our Open House)

Please encourage your students to come by the CSL this Monday (9/1/14) to enjoy some refreshments and prizes to celebrate the opening of the Center for Student Learning’s 40th year of service.

We often are asked why we only have tutoring open from September 1- December 1 and there are, of course, good reasons. It takes us a few days after add/drop to settle the tutoring lab schedules (since all our tutors are peer tutors) and we don’t stay open into final exam period because our peer tutors have their own exams to prepare and take. In addition to logistical reasons, we don’t tutor too early in the semester because we want students to build relationships with their faculty and we don’t tutor too late in the semester because we want to encourage early preparation for final exams.

Please let your students know that labs open at 10am Monday and that all lab schedules are updated online:

We are excited to serve and work with your students through all of our services, including tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, and study skills appointments!!

Best wishes for a successful semester!


Melissa Thomas, J.D.

Director, Center for Student Learning

College of Charleston


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CofC Upcoming Events and Activities

“Speaking of Sex…”

When does “No” mean “No”?

How does language influence attitudes and actions?

How can you communicate with a partner that just won’t listen?

How can you stop the passion when your partner says “NO”?


Be a part of an important conversation about sexual assault and find out more about campus resources available to you as a student.

Wednesday, August 27

Stern Center Ballroom

7 p.m.

Sponsored by the Office of Student Life, Office of Victims Services, Public Safety, Residence Life and Housing, Counseling and Substance Abuse Services.

Questions?  Contact or call 953-2291.


Stern NiteLife Presents

Comedian T. J. Miller – featuring Thomas Middleditch and special guest Nick Vatterott

Thursday, September 18

Sottile Theatre

9 p.m.

Tickets on-sale now at the Stern Center Information Desk – $5 for CofC students w/ valid Cougar Card

For more information, call 843-953-2291


Student Government Association Fall 2014 Election Informational Meetings

Want to become more involved on-campus?  Run for an SGA Senate seat for the 2014-2015 academic year!

We are looking for Freshman, Sophomore, and Senior Senators! To become a candidate, attend one of the following informational meetings!


––Wednesday, August 27- 1pm, 3pm

•Stern 201

–Thursday, August 28- 11pm, 5pm

•Stern 206

–Friday, August 29- 12pm, 4pm

•Stern 201

Campaigning will begin on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 at 12:01 AM.The Fall 2014 Elections will be held on Wednesday, September 10th at 8 AM through Thursday, September 11 at 5 PM! All currently enrolled students are eligible to vote and can do so via OrgSync.   If you have any questions or concerns please contact:
SGA President Ryan Spraker at

Honor Board

Being a member of the Honor Board could be one of the most rewarding experiences you have at the College. The Honor Code and Code of Conduct, which guide our behavior and develop our values as Cougars, are upheld by a Board comprised of Faculty, Staff, and Students. It’s critical to maintain student involvement in the Board to provide perspective and maintain fairness.  We challenge you to be part of that voice. Applications are available at the front desk of the Division of Student Affairs on the 3rd floor of the Stern Student Center. Applications are due Friday September 5th.  Please contact Sean Stivaletta if you have any further questions at


Outdoor Adventure Activities – Fall 2014

To enroll or find out additional details, go: .


Overnight Trips
September 20-21

October 25-26

Sea Kayak Trip to Capers Island

Sea Kayak Trip to Capers Island

October 31- November 2 Rock Climbing Trip in NC mountains  


September 17 and 18
October 3 and 6

November 6

Afternoon Kayak Trips

Afternoon Kayak Trips

Afternoon Kayak Trips

September 19
October 14
Stand Up Paddleboard Clinic

Stand Up Paddleboard Clinic


CofC Crew

Interested in joining crew? 

Are you tall and athletic?? Tiny and loud?? CofC Crew wants you! The rowing team will be having an information session on Tuesday, September 2nd at 8pm in the Education Center Room 118. Crew is an amazing way to stay in shape and make new friends, while also competing all over the east coast. NO prior experience is necessary. Come see what this FUN sport is all about! See you there!

Contact Morgan Wright: or Sterling Lombard: with any questions

Free Fitness Classes!

Starting August 25, 2014 our fall fitness schedule begins.  Please check out our website for class listings and descriptions.  Fitness packages can be purchased on our marketplace online.  For additional information please contact Bucky Buchanan at 953-3898 or


Portuguese Classes

The Portuguese Program will be offering Portuguese 314, a course in Portuguese that combines daily conversation and discussion about current issues in Brazil. Current issues include social and cultural aspects of Brazil, based on readings or films.
Class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 03:25 pm-04:40pm.

Pre-requisite: Portuguese 202 OR Dr. Moreira’s approval-based on a proficiency interview, if you don’t have Portuguese 202 but learned Portuguese elsewhere.


FREE Yoga for Peace of Mind and Spirit

When: Tuesdays at 3:00 pm and/or Wednesdays at 11:00 am

Where:  RSS, 3rd floor, rm 319

Contact:  953-5640 or if you need more information

Please bring your own mat or towel

Volunteer with 2-1-1 Hotline!

2-1-1 Hotline is a 24 hour general counseling, crisis intervention, and information and referral line.

Get involved – it’s easy!

Comprehensive training provided

Scheduling is flexible- we accommodate non-local students’ school calendars

Time slots are available 24/7


You can do it if you are:

Respectful of others and non-judgmental

Empathic and understanding

Level headed and able to stay calm in a crisis

Dependable and honest

The rewards are great!

Learn and practice valuable active listening skills

Gain invaluable experience

Understand and help with social issues and problems

Generate great resume and grad-school application material

Learn about the community

Meet new, caring people

Make a real difference!


All training takes place at the Trident United Way Building at 6296 Rivers Avenue, North Charleston just up from Aviation Avenue exit.

Trainees must attend all 5 dates listed below.  Have scheduling conflicts?  Let us know!

Tuesday, September 30th  from 5:30-9 pm – orientation

Saturday & Sunday October 4th and 5th  from 10am to 5pm – Active Listening skills

Saturday & Sunday October 18th and 19th from 9am to 5pm – Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Call 566-7184 or e-mail today to schedule an interview!


The Journey

The Journey kicks off their semester series called “God does…” We’re going to discuss some of the basics of Christianity, but that being said, the basics can go reeeeeally deep. Questions and open-minds welcome. Meets in the upper bar of Joe Pasta on 428 King Street at 6 pm (folks with late classes, feel free to come late). There will be an upperclassman with a sign leaving from the CofC bookstore at 5:40 pm for anyone who doesn’t know how to get there. Sign-ups will also be available to get rides for our beach trip this this Saturday.


Cougar Counseling Team

Are you more sad, stressed, anxious than you want to be?

We are here for you.

Mon-Thurs 4:00 pm until 9:00 pm

Come in person, rm 319 RSS building or call us at 953-7411



Chucktown Trippintones

The Chucktown Trippintones, College of Charleston’s premier a cappella group, is holding auditions this week with the Charleston Vibes and Kol HaCougarim, CofC’s newest a cappella group!

Tuesday, August 26th in the Jewish Studies Center, 96 Wentworth St. (Corner of Glebe and Wentworth) Room 100, Arnold Hall, 3:30-8pm


Wednesday, August 27th in Simons room 315 c, 6:30-10:30 pm


Thursday, August 28th in the Jewish Studies Center, 96 Wentworth St.

Room 100, Arnold Hall, 3:30-8pm


Friday, August 29th in Simons room 315 c, 3:30-7:00pm


Please prepare a verse and chorus of any song to sing for your audition. We can’t wait to hear you!


Center Stage

Center Stage is the College of Charleston’s student run theatre organization. We will be having an General Meeting in theatre 220 on Wednesday (8/27) at 5pm to discuss our events for this semester including auditions for our production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.


CofC Religious Life Council
RLC invites all campus students to their first RLC WELCOME FREE FOOD & INFO on TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 5-6:30 PM, in garden across from CVS on George St. Learn more about all faith-based, student groups. ALL ARE WELCOME


Catholic Student Association

All students are welcome to our events. Info at:


Student Mass each Sunday, 5 PM, at St. Pat’s (134 St. Philip St. – corner of Radcliffe & St. Philip)



Each Tuesday, 7-8 PM, Stern 201 :Women of the Bible – Judith, Esther, Ruth – great student-led discussions and relating things to our lives


Friday, August 29, Upper Room at St. Pat’s, 8 PM – FERRIS BUEHLER – bring your friends!


International Club

Are you interested in meeting and befriending students from around the world? Did you study abroad and return missing a more culturally diverse atmosphere? Are you an international student interested in meeting more local, American students on campus and around Charleston? If so, then join the International Club! 

The International Club was created to bring American and international students together through bi weekly hang outs and various events through out the year. Anyone is welcome to join! Our first event of the year will be a Mix and Mingle event on Thursday, the 28th from 4:00-7:00pm at the Alumni Center located within the the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance, located at 86 Wentworth Street. There will be free food, drinks and a great opportunity to meet students from all over the world! All are welcome to attend!

If you would like more information on the International Club please feel free to email the club president, Mariel Thottam at To stay updated with the club and other upcoming events, please feel free to join our OrgSync page as well as our Facebook group!


Classics Club

The Classics Club is dedicated to fostering the fellowship between all lovers of the ancient world. The club is open to all CofC students, not just Classics majors and minors. Our first meeting of the year will be on Wednesday, August 27, at 6:00 pm in Randolph Hall 301B. We look forward to seeing you there!


Lutheran Campus Ministry Welcome Back Sunday

Students, faculty and staff are invited to a lowcountry boil at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church (405 King Street–just across from Marion Square), sponsored by Lutheran Campus Ministry, on Sunday, August 31. After worship at 11 am, we’ll gather for a meal and a time to share about Lutheran Campus Ministry. Join us!


Charleston 40 Tour Guide Association

Fall 2014 Tour Guide Recruitment

September 5th from 5-6:30, September 6&7

Love CofC more than any of your friends? Want to be the reason someone falls in love with the College?

Charleston Forty Tour Guide Association is recruiting new guides for Fall 2014! Applications are available in the Admissions Office at the front desk August 25 and are due September 3 by 5PM. Sign up for your interview in admissions, grab your application, and we will see you September 5th for your first round of interviews!

If you have any questions please contact Alex Proie at


CofC Women’s Rugby Club

Looking for a great way to get fit, meet friends, travel, and learn a new sport? Come out and give our Women’s Rugby Club a try! No experience or athletic ability required- we’ll teach you everything you need to know to become an awesome rugger. We have weekly practices and play games on the weekend. All body types are needed for a well-rounded rugby team- there’s no such thing as a ‘rugby type”!

Our Rugby Recruitment meeting will be on August 25th in Maybank 206 from 7-8. Please come on out, meet the team, enjoy some free food and hear all about what rugby has to offer! Practices will begin next week, but we welcome new players throughout the fall season!


If interested in trying out a practice, meeting the team, or simply learning more, please contact Jessie Mintz at


Best Buddies

Best Buddies is an international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement for social inclusion that creates opportunities for one-on-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Best Buddies has over 1,500 middle school, high school, college, community citizens, and jobs chapters worldwide. CofC’s chapter focuses on 1:1 friendships between our college students and members of the Charleston region with disabilities. It is also our mission to raise awareness about social stigmas against the special needs community. Our chapter was honored as one of the “Outstanding Chapters of the Year” in 2014 by Best Buddies International and we hope to continue the growth and success of our chapter for years to come. 

Student of any age, year, and major are welcome to join us and apply for a 1:1 friendship or an associate member position. You can find out more about what a membership with Best Buddies entails and how to get involved by attending one of our back to school info sessions (listed below). If you are unable to attend any of these sessions, e-mail for more information!

Fall 2014 Info Sessions:

Wed.        August 27         7pm
Thursday August 27          7pm
All sessions held in Maybank Room 100
(Enter Maybank from Cougar Mall across from Robert Scott Smalls building. Room 100 is the only classroom in the main lobby near the vending machines)


Do you want to change the world? Learn how to run your own coffee shop? Listen to guest speakers about their amazing experiences? Or how about a chance to meet your future employers? Enactus is all that and more!


We recycle oyster shells and build reefs in the Charleston area. We run our own coffee shop in the School of Business. We teach high schoolers business skills that will help them get into college, and get a job. We are a team of dedicated students working to change the world through our social entrepreneruship projects.


Currently looking for motivated students to fill posistions that include: Project Directors, Director of Finance, Director of Social Events, Marketing Director.


Come check us out Wednesday, August 27th at 5:30 in Beatty 220 (School of Business) All majors welcome!


CofC Ice Hockey Club

Interested in playing for CofC’s Ice Hockey Team as they make a run for Nationals? Come out and skate with the team for their first tryout on Sept. 15th &


CofC Outdoors Club

Like to hike, bike, camp, climb, surf, slack-line, SUP, or kayak? Then the Outdoors Club is for you. We love nature preservation, sustainability, and adventuring! We are proud to offer members great deals on local trips. Come to our Friday meetings at 5:30 p.m. at Marion Square. Also, check out our Semester Calendar at Contact Simon Engel: or Benjamin Thompson: with any questions. And remember…get outside!


The Atheist Humanist Alliance

First meeting for the Atheist Humanist Alliance will be Friday, August 29th at 8 PM on the second floor of the John Rivers Communication Museum (which can be found on George Street across from the CVS). Join us for discussion and refreshment! Members of faiths are always welcome! Any questions regarding the organization can be sent to”


Table Top Gaming Club

It’s finally that time again. Let’s conquer foreign lands with our monopolistic ideals, defeat some aliens, tame some dragons, and see how colorful the English language can get.

Table-Top Gaming Club will be meeting in the Stern Center, room 409 (all the way in the back) at 7pm every Thursday. Bring a friend and come and enjoy some awesome boardgames.
“Don’t Risk getting in Trouble for not showing up or you’ll be Sorry. I promise we won’t be a Monopoly of your time, so get a Clue and don’t be late!” – Former Treasurer
She’ll stop the bad puns if you’ll come and play boardgames!

Like us on Facebook at TTGCatCofC for updates.


AED Pre-Health Honor Society

Monday, Sept 1 at 7:00pm in SSMB 129 is the first meeting for Alpha Epsilon Delta, or the pre-professional health society on campus.  Anyone who is interested in anything medical (medical school, PA school, nursing school, dental school, etc.) is welcome to attend!  Meetings typically have guest speakers who discuss topics such as admission tips for various medical professions, personal experience in their field, etc., and exec officers will talk about the upcoming service and social events hosted by AED.  Free pizza is provided at every meeting!


Anime Association

The Anime Association is holding its first meeting of the year this Friday, August 29 at 7:00 pm.  It will be held in the Stern Center Room 206.

Help us kick of the new year with a movie, socialization, and free pizza!  In case you don’t know, anime is the style of Japanese animation.  We love introducing new people to our hobby.


Health and Human Performance Club

Attention All Majors:  The Health and Human Performance Club is having our first meeting on September 8th from 7:30 to 8:30 in Stern Room 206! The club is open to all interested in living a healthy lifestyle and getting involved on campus. This semester, we are planning multiple recreational, social, and volunteer events. Our first event will be a Scavenger Hunt on September 11th at 5 pm!  Come to our first meeting for more information!


Alpha Kappa Alpha Week

Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Week: PEARLS IN PARADISE

Are you bored, stressed out, or in need of a vacation? Well, never fear, the ladies of IO are here! The Iota Omicron chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated cordially invite YOU to board, Pearls In Paradise, for a magical all-expense-paid, week long cruise to Perfekt Paradise! See you soon!



Wednesday, August 27th – Beauties on the Beach

Location: Cougar Mall

Time: 11:08am – 2:08pm

“Life is too beautiful to not be empowered…educate yourself and come get inspired!”


Thursday, August 28th – Game Night in Paradise 

Location: Stern Center Game Room

Time: 7:08pm

“Kick back and get your game on for a night of entertainment and relaxation!”


Friday, August 29th – A Taste of Paradise 

Location: P-Lot

*(Rain Location: Stern Ballroom)

Time: 7:08pm

“Hard work never rests, service is what we do best! Come socialize, eat some food, and enjoy the show we’ve prepared for you!”


Saturday, August 30th – A Perfekt Scenery 

Location: To Be Announced

Time: 9:08am

“Clean up, breathe free, live happily. Help the AKA’s make Mother Earth a more beautiful place!”


For more info: Follow the ladies of Iota Omicron on Twitter (@TheLadiesof_IO) and Instagram (@theladiesofiotaomicron).


Asian Students Association

Are you interested in learning and celebrating Asian culture? Then come join us, the Asian Students Association (ASA), on Wednesday Aug 27th at 5pm in Stern room 409. It’s the first meeting of the year! There you can enjoy delicious bubble tea and meet the club’s officers and fellow students who share the same interest as you! All students are welcome to our events.


Visual Arts Club

ART for Everyone!


Enjoy viewing, making, or talking about art in a comfortable and creative setting?  Check out the VISUAL ARTS CLUB meeting every Thursday at 6pm on the fourth floor of the Simmons Center; the old art building across from the George Street CVS.  We provide pizza, materials for fun and easy workshops,and visiting artist demonstrations and/or lectures.  Most importantly NO ARTISTIC TALENT IS REQUIRED, just and interested and open mind.

This is also the drop off and pick up location for work to be submitted to the student run gallery!  Flyers announcing the themes and deadlines for each show can be found throughout the art building and on our facebook page.

We will also be holding the meeting spot for Charleston’s First Friday Art Walks on Queen Street the first Friday of every month!  Local galleries keep their doors open late with beautiful works of art, opening shows, and free refreshments.  These are great opportunities to meet local artists and join the community outside of the College.

Bring a friend and come make something cool!


CofC Belly Dance Club

Want to meet new people, stay active, and build confidence all while learning a fun style of dance? Then the CofC Belly Dance Club is the perfect place for you! Everybody and everybody is welcome! No prior experience is needed.


Please join us for an information session on Thursday August 28th at 7:00 in room J201 of the Johnson Center Fitness Deck.


Russian Club

Interested in Russia or Russian culture? Perhaps you enjoy reading the great literary masters: Dostoevsky and Pushkin? Maybe you just want to learn a little more about one of the largest counties in the world. Stop by ECTR 112 this Wednesday at 7 to learn about the Cofc Russian club. We will also have free pizza!


Secular Student Alliance

Questioning religion? Don’t believe in God? You are not alone. The Secular Student Alliance is a community for non-religious and questioning individuals who work to advance science, reason and humanistic values. Join us Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in Robert Scott Small room 250 for our weekly meetings!


Volunteer Corps

Tuesday. August 26th. 5:30. Stern Center 201. Be there.

We’ll discuss a bit more about who we are and what we do for the new members joining us, and talk about some of the exciting plans we have for the upcoming semester. Signup for our fall retreat on September 6th will also be taking place. Hope to see you all there!

If you won’t be able to attend our meetings but still want to be a part of Volunteer Corps, please email us to let us know!  

CofC’s Annual Labor Day Celebration

“Workers’ Rights as Human Rights”

Sept. 1st at 3pm to 4:30pm in the Alumni Center of 86 Wentworth

Join us for CofC’s annual celebration of Labor Day for a panel discussion focusing on students as workers and stakeholders, and the rights of workers in an academic institution.
Featured Panelists:
Bernadette R. Hampton – President of the South Carolina Educators Association
A Fast Food Worker Representing the Raise Up for $15 Campaign for a Living Wage
Adrian Barry – A former SGA Senator and a #FightForCofC Organizer
Matt Rabon – A Deptartment of Philosophy Teaching Assistant and a #FightForCofC Organizer
Refreshments will be provided Put on with the generous support of the Office of the Provost.
Questions can be directed to Dr. Hollis France at

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CofC Programs

September 10th

9:00 am—2:00 pm

Cougar Mall


Affiliate Programs

September 25th

10:00 am—2:00 pm

Cougar Mall

Note: representatives from the Charleston Passport Center will again be accepting passport applications during the Affiliate Programs Study Abroad Fair (see attached on details).


Prof. Andrew Sobiesuo, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for International Education
College of Charleston, 66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424 (USA)
Phone: (843) 953-5537


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Introducing “CofC Concerts” and a New Season of Music

The Department of Music at the College of Charleston School of the Arts is pleased to begin the 2014-15 concert season with exciting improvements, including a new start time of 7:30 p.m. for most performances!

In addition, the Department has established a new entity, CofC Concerts, which coordinates its professional series and student ensembles from a central office and website. Now, at one place, you can obtain information and purchase tickets for most of the following:  

International Piano Series (Charleston’s longest running program with a pure focus on piano)

Magnetic South (New classical music concerts in collaboration with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra) 

Charleston Music Fest (Intimate chamber music concerts featuring College of Charleston faculty and local and international artists)

CofC Ensembles (Student ensembles including the CofC Concert Choir, CofC Opera and CofC Orchestra)

Also included in CofC Concerts is the 2nd Monday Series, formerly the Monday Night Concert Series, which will feature faculty and guest artists on the second Monday of each month.

Watch a short video about CofC Concerts.

The Department of Music has put together an exceptional season of music. Concert details, tickets and season subscriptions are available online or by calling (843) 953-6575. Printed season brochures are available in the lobbies of the Cato Center (161 Calhoun St.) and the Simons Center (54 Saint Philip St.).

CofC Concerts presents its first performance on Sept. 8:  2nd Monday Series featuring baritone David Templeton and pianist Robin Zemp | 7:30 p.m. | Recital Hall at the Simons Center for the Arts, 54 Saint Philip St. | $15 general / $10 students




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CofC Parent Weekly Updates – August 25-Sept 2, 2014

Important dates:

  • August 25, 2014 – Last day to drop or add a fall 2014 class
  • August 27 – Looking for a job on campus? Job fair in the Stern Center lobby from 11-1
  • September 1 – Happy Labor Day! (Classes are in session, campus departments and services are open regular operating hours)
  • September 1 – Center for Student Learning labs are open!
  • September 26 -28 – Family Weekend
  • October 16 – Midterm grades available in MyCharleston (if posted – not all faculty submit midterm grades, students should consult with their faculty member)
  • October 23 – Last day to withdraw from a fall class
  • November 2-4 – Fall break

College of Charleston Academic Calendars:



College can be an exciting yet stressful time. If your student is experiencing emotional distress please encourage them to talk with one of our counselors. We are here to help!


Family Weekend:

The weekend of September 26-28, 2014 has been selected for this year’s Family Weekend program.  Put these dates on your calendar and register at Questions should be directed to


Part-time jobs for students:

We have many College of Charleston students who work on and off campus. Our campus Career Center is open Monday-Friday from 8:30-5:00. The Center staff can help your student find a part time job and walk-ins are welcome. The Center uses a system called CISTERN online to post on and off campus jobs. For information check out these links:


Mail Services:

If you have questions about mailboxes, mailbox assignments, or packages email mail services at  View mail services information on the website at


Residence Life: 843-953-5523

Email if you have questions about issues in the residence hall, roommate assignments, changing rooms, or wish to share comments with the Senior Director of Residence Life.


Guide to Residential Living:

You may find the Guide to Residential Living of interest. It includes contact numbers, the role of staff (resident assistants, hall directors, etc.) and policies and procedures in the halls. Check it out at:


Residence Hall Work Orders:

A Work Order Online (WOOL) system has been implemented throughout campus to address maintenance concerns. To access the WOOL system, sign in to My Charleston. Click on HOUSING at the top of the page. Select HOUSING WORK ORDERS from the pop up box. The student name and room number will be automatically generated. Describe with as much specificity as possible the nature of the maintenance concern. As work orders are received, they are prioritized and assigned. Emergency issues that can affect resident safety or cause further property damage are given first priority. Residents receive electronic replies to keep them informed of the status of their maintenance request. If a student experiences a maintenance emergency (flooding, sewer difficulties or fire/life safety issues) during normal business hours (8:30 am – 5:00 pm M-F) they should immediately call the Housing Facilities Services Customer Service Line (843) 953-3700. Any after-hours maintenance emergencies should be reported to designated information desk.


Problems with MyCharleston or campus email:

Students should contact HELPDESK about trouble accessing MyCharleston or campus email. Call 843-953-3375 or email – please include name and CWID if emailing.


How to become an Ebill Authorized User for your student: 

You can receive eBills by having your son/daughter sign you up as an Authorized User on the eBill system.  This allows you to receive a copy of the bill/statement when we bill the student through the email system. To become an authorized user visit the website at: All billing information is sent to the student’s campus email account – to receive the student’s bill you must be an Authorized User! If you have any questions email


Fall Exam Schedule:

To determine fall exam dates look at the course schedule – note the day and times for each class (excluding lab days) that the student is taking during the fall semester. Then look at the fall exam schedule and match the fall schedule days/times to the exam schedule to find the day and time for the exam.

Your student should also review each course syllabus and listen in class for information from the professor about the final exam. If unsure always ask the professor!


CofC Parents Blog:

Too much activity on the Parent Listserv? We also offer a parents blog to keep you updated on listserv postings only from college faculty, staff and administrators.  By signing up for the blog email subscription, you will receive an email once a day if there are any new faculty/staff postings to the COFC Parent Listserv. Subscribe to the CofC Parent Blog by clicking on this link: Subscribe to Parents by Email


College of Charleston Alma Mater

Hail to thee our Alma Mater,
Hail to thy time-honored name.
Proud traditions hover ’round thee
May we never bring thee shame.
Loyal sons and daughters love thee,
Strive to conquer and prevail!
We will sing thy praises ever-
College of Charleston, hail All Hail!

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ATHLETICS UPDATE | Friday Night Futbol and Volleyball Home Opener

MEN’S SOCCER (Blackbaud Stadium, Daniel Island)

Friday(8/29): Charleston vs. UC Santa Barbara | 7:30 PM

- Free shirts to the first 300 students

- Free student shuttle leaving the Stern Center at 6 PM

- Free food for the first 100 students

Sunday(8/31): Charleston vs. Seattle | 2:30 PM


Friday(8/29): Charleston vs. Davidson | 7 PM

Saturday(8/30): Charleston vs. Mercer | Noon

Charleston vs. Kent State | 7 PM

Students always receive free entry to games with a valid CofC ID

Finally, please remember to get up to date information about events at:


Twitter:  @ClydeTheCougar | @CofCSports | @CofCTix

Facebook:  College of Charleston Athletics | Clyde Cougar

Instagram: @ClydeTheCougar


Phone:  843.953.CofC

Go Cougars!

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No CARTA Express Service on Labor Day! (does not affect shuttle to aquarium)

Attention College of Charleston Faculty, Staff, and Students:

If you use the CARTA Express shuttles, please note that the CARTA Express service will not run on Labor Day, which is next Monday, September 1. As the College of Charleston’s administrative offices will be open on Labor Day and classes will be in session as usual, you will need to make alternate arrangements for your transportation to and from campus on Labor Day.

The College/Aquarium Garage DASH route will not be affected and will run on Labor Day. Please note that the College/Aquarium Garage DASH route will follow the Sunday schedule on Labor Day. For more information on CARTA holiday operations, please visit CARTA DASH Trolley Maps and scroll down to Route 210’s “Saturday and Sunday” schedule.

If you have any questions about parking on campus, please direct them to


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CofC Volunteer EMT Positions

Please see the below information if your student, or one that you know, is certified as an EMT or may be interested in becoming one. These students volunteer their nights and weekends to take care of the campus and do an outstanding job. In fact, they were recently named the 2014 Collegiate EMS Organization of the Year!

The College of Charleston EMS is looking for student volunteers that are certified as an Emergency Medical Technician (or above) to join our team. Interested students should be motivated and dependable as they will be providing emergency medical care to other students, faculty, staff and visitors of the College of Charleston. Volunteering with our program can provide valuable leadership and patient care experience. This year alone, volunteers from our program were accepted to medical schools, physician assistant programs, and several other graduate level programs.

If you are currently certified as an EMT in another state we can help you complete the required steps for reciprocity in the State of South Carolina. In most cases all that will be required is an application and background check. Those without current NREMT certification or with credentials that will lapse in the following 3 months may be required to retake the written examination.

You may download a membership application from our website at or stop by the Department of Public Safety headquarters to pick one up. Applications can be returned via email or submitted to the front desk at Public Safety. Copies of all current certifications should be attached.

If you are not currently certified as an EMT and are interested in becoming one please visit Here you will find more information about how to become an EMT, including information on a course that is held on the College of Charleston Campus each semester.


Greig Samuelson, BS, NREMT-P

EMS Compliance & Training Coordinator
College of Charleston Fire and EMS
89 St Philip Street
Charleston, SC 29403


EMS Training Office

BellSouth Building, Room 401

Charleston, SC 29403

o: 843.953.5038
f: 843.953.1927


2014 National Collegiate EMS Organization of the Year

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This Weekend in Athletics | Women’s Soccer Today at 4 PM

WOMEN’S SOCCER (Blackbaud Stadium, Daniel Island)

Tonight:                                                Charleston vs. Alabama State | 4 PM

Sunday:                 Charleston vs. Charleston Southern | 7 PM


Students always receive free entry to games with a valid CofC ID

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