Interview Weekend

2023 Honors College Interview Weekend 

We are excited to annouce that the annual Honors College Interview Weekend will be held in-person February 3 and 4, 2023. Candidates will be notified of their invitation via email. After registering for the event, candidates should check their email regularly for important updates, but this page will be updated frequently to provide general information about the event.

All students invited to the Interview Weekend have already been admitted to the College of Charleston Honors College. The interview process is used to identify strong candidates for the Charleston Fellows Program, for Honors named scholarships, and for other special opportunities.

What is Interview Weekend? 

Interview Weekend is a uniquely designed weekend that gives students a chance to experience first-hand the powerful impact of an Honors College education. This weekend will include group and individual interview, a dinner with CofC faculty, administrators and supporters of the Honors College, and numerous interactions with Honors College students, faculty, and staff. This is not only a chance for us to get to know you but a chance for you to see why CofC Honors College is the right fit for you! 


Candidates recieved an invitation packet in the mail that includes information on how to register and much more. The Honors College admissions team will be in contact over the next few weeks to provide additional information as well.  

Learn More

Learn more about the campus, hear from current students and faculty, and see what opportunities await you here at the College of Charleston! Feel free to check out each department/program's website, but we've gathered videos made especially for you here.

School of the Arts

Greetings from Dean Edward Hart

Introduction to Majors and Minors in the School of the Arts

School of Business

Greetings from Dean Alan Shao

School of Education, Health, and Human Performance

Greetings from Dean Fran Welch

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Greetings from Dean Gibbs Knotts

Department of Political Science

Medical Humanities: Watch this video from Dr. Kathy Beres Rogers and check out her Flipgrid for more information

School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs

Greetings from Dean Tim Johnson

Global Leadership Institute

The International Lab

School of Science and Mathematics

Greetings from Dean Sebastian van Delden

High-Impact Learning Opportunities

Spotlight on Undergraduate Research: check out this playlist that includes Honors students from different disciplines presenting their summer research!

Career Center: Learn about appointments, career fairs, choosing your major, experiential learning, and more in this playlist of videos

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) provides competitive grants to students and faculty mentors to support research and creative activities. Learn more here.

The Office of Nationally Competitive Awards helps students identify and apply for scholarships and fellowships for undergraduate and graduate study, independent research projects, and a variety of study abroad opportunities. Hear more about the office from Dr. Jesslyn Collins-Frolich, the director, in this video.

Study Abroad through the Center for International Education for a week, a summer, a semester, or even a year! Learn more about the opportunities available through this session.

Get involved with the Center for Sustainable Development and learn about sustainable operations and using sustainability literacy as a framework for addressing 21st-century problems.

Student Engagement and Support Services

Berry Residence Hall Tour

Honors Student Leadership Opportunities

Honors First-Year Experience

Honors STEAM Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community

Overview of Student Affairs/Campus Life

Multicultural Student Programs and Services (MSPS)

Center for Disability Services

Dress Guidelines

Casual - If no attire is specified, assume that you can come in regular "student attire." 

Business Casual Dress that is acceptable in a traditional business workplace

Business Casual generally encompasses casual slacks, skirts, and dresses, collared shirts, blouses, and sweaters. It does not necessitate a jacket. Appropriate shoes include boots, flats, and other closed-toe shoes. Unacceptable attire includes jeans, flip flops, t-shirts, shorts, and skirts/dresses that hit above the knee.

Business For interviews, meetings, or higher‐level positions

Business, or business professional, generally encompasses suits, dresses, and tailored pantsuits. Jackets are considered required. Appropriate shoes include closed-toe dress shoes. Unacceptable attire includes jeans, flip flops, t-shirts, shorts, and skirts/dresses that hit above the knee.




Contact Information

For questions about the Honors College Interview Weekend, contact the Honors Admissions Team at or 843.953.1252.