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Important Reminders About Face Mask Guidelines on Campus

By | January 13, 2022

The following message from the CofC Covid-19 Leadership Team was sent to the campus community on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022: Dear Campus Community, With the resumption of classes this week, we are receiving some reports of students not properly wearing face masks inside campus facilities, which includes all hallways, classrooms and labs. With the Omicron variant continuing… Read More »

COVID-19 Guidance for Students for Spring ’22

By | January 7, 2022

The following message regarding changes to COVID-19 protocols for the spring 2022 semester was shared with the College of Charleston community on Friday, Jan. 7, 2022: Dear Students,  Welcome to Spring Semester 2022! As you prepare for the start of classes on Monday, January 10, we want you to be prepared for our COVID-19 prevention measures that will… Read More »

Campus Advisory: COVID-19 Update for Spring ’22

By | December 31, 2021

Dear Campus Community,  College of Charleston leadership continues to monitor both the medical and scientific progression of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as legal and public policy developments. As has been the case since early spring 2020, conditions can change quickly. The College’s foremost priority is to provide our students with a safe and healthy… Read More »

Community Advisory: Indecent Exposure Near Campus

By | December 7, 2021

Dear Campus Community, Please be advised of the following incident that took place near campus this afternoon. Offense Type: Indecent Exposure Date: 12/07/2021 Time: 2:06 p.m. Reported to: Charleston Police/College of Charleston Location: Calhoun Street near Pitt Street Suspect(s) status: At large Suspect(s) Description: White male Incident Description: Vehicle was parked on Calhoun Street near… Read More »

Updated Student Travel/Student-Affiliated Group Travel Guidelines – Effective Jan. 4, 2022

By | November 22, 2021

The following update regarding College-related student travel was sent to the campus community on Nov. 22, 2021. Dear Students: Please read below for updated guidelines on College-related student travel, which will go into effect January 4, 2022. Students traveling for any reason, including academic-related activities, are encouraged to get tested for COVID-19 within 2-3 days prior to the planned travel event.  Do not… Read More »

Spring Semester 2022 Return to Campus

By | November 17, 2021

The following update regarding the Spring 2022 Semester was shared with students on Nov. 17, 2021: Dear Students:   This fall, we are very pleased to have 76% of our students submitting their COVID-19 vaccination documentation. Students who have already submitted their vaccine documentation to Vax on the Bricks do not need to do anything further unless they want to upload updated or new COVID vaccine documentation or documentation indicating they have received a booster shot at:   So that… Read More »

COVID-19 Update: Campus Recreation Facilities

By | November 15, 2021

The following message regarding changes to COVID-19 protocols in campus recreation facilities was shared with the College of Charleston community on Wednesday, Nov. 10,2021:  Dear Campus Community, As we continue to see signs of improvement regarding COVID-19, we are pleased to announce today the easing of some campus restrictions. Effective immediately, face masks will no longer be required while engaging in… Read More »

Timely Warning: Robbery

By | November 14, 2021

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the Department of Public Safety is informing the College of Charleston campus community of an on-campus robbery. Incident:  Robbery Date:  11/13/2021 Time:   9:00 PM Reported to:   College of Charleston Public Safety Location:  Warren Street Suspects status:  At Large Incident description:  Two suspects entered a building on Warren Street… Read More »

Community Advisory: King Tide Flooding

By | November 3, 2021

Dear Campus Community, The Charleston area will experience “King Tide” flooding November 4 through November 6, 2021. The high tides are forecasted to reach up to 8.5 feet, which could make some roads impassable, damage property and pose hazards to pedestrians and motorists. See below for additional high tide dates and times. Be aware of… Read More »