There are no classes on Wednesday November 24 but campus departments will be open.
The College of Charleston will be closed for the holidays November 25 and 26.
We will resume normal operating hours on Monday November 29 at 8:30am EST.
The College of Charleston will be closed November 25 and 26 for the holiday
The College of Charleston will reopen on Monday, November 29 at 8:30am
Nov 24-27 – Thanksgiving holidays (classes will resume on Sunday Nov. 28)
Nov 29 – Cougar Countdown begins!
Dec 6 – the last day of fall classes
Walk-In Tutoring Labs close and Individual Tutoring will end on MONDAY, DEC. 6
Dec 8-15 – Final Exams (see the fall exam schedule for exact time and day for exams)
Most (but not all) residence halls will close over the holiday break at 6pm on Dec 16th
Dec 22 – fall final grades are posted
Jan 6-7- orientation for new students admitted for the spring semester
Jan 10 – spring 2011 classes begin
Friday, January 14 is the last day to add or drop classes for the spring 2011 semester
Campus Websites of Interest:
Parent Information & Resources: www.cofc.edu/parents.
Spring 2011 Academic Calendar: http://registrar.cofc.edu/calendars/spring2011ac.php
Fall exam schedule: http://registrar.cofc.edu/pdf/Exam_Schedule_Fall2010.pdf
College of Charleston Academic Calendar: http://registrar.cofc.edu/calendars/index.php
Learning about financial aid:
The new College.gov website is a great way for students and their families to educate themselves about the financial aid process. We also recommend you try the FAFSA4casterSM to get an estimate (just an informal calculation) of how much financial aid you possibly could receive. From there, you can learn what types of aid are available. Our financial aid office can answer questions you have about financing your College of Charleston education.
Visit our financial aid website for detailed information on the following:
It’s also important that you look into private, local and national scholarships. You can find some suggestions on where to look for these types of scholarships here.
This is a program for students to support their mind, body and spirit during the final days of each semester and during final exams. It is a mix of academic support, physical and emotional support, student activities programs. These events occur in various locations on campus and are supported by many campus offices, students groups and academic departments. The fall 2010 Cougar Countdown schedule at http://cougarcountdown.cofc.edu/index.php will be updated with activity dates in the near future.
Read about the Center for Student Learning and their services at: http://csl.cofc.edu/?referrer=webcluster&
Feeling extra stress regarding exams, the holidays, the end of the semester in general? Take advantage of one of the many support services on campus, including Counseling http://spinner.cofc.edu/~counseling/need.html , an Academic Advisor, the Center for Student Learning http://spinner.cofc.edu/studentlearningcenter/?referrer=webcluster&, or the Undergraduate Academic Services office http://undergrad.cofc.edu/
Academic Advising & Planning Center:
Degree worksheets, advising contacts, student resources, general education requirements:
The spring 2011 bill due dates are now posted on the Treasurers website at:
http://www.treasurer.cofc.edu/. If you have questions please send inquiries directly to the Treasurer at Treasurer@cofc.edu. Specific questions will require full name and CWID.
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: www.treasurer.cofc.edu. 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 email@example.com.
If you receive error messages when accessing MyCharleston or your eBill call the IT Department Helpdesk (843.953.3375) to report problems between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. You may also report problems to the Helpdesk via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.