Honors College

The College of Charleston Honors College expands on partnerships between faculty and student by creating a vibrant and diverse living-learning community where personal attention gives the support students need to reach their goals during and after college. Inside the CofC Honors community, motivated students live, learn, and grow together while pursuing their unique interests and goals – everything from study abroad, internships, research and service projects at home and globally.

For news and updates on CofC Honors students, alumni, and faculty, check out our blog 10 Green Way. To see what jobs, internships, research positions, and other opportunities current Honors students have available to them, visit the Honors Hub

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Questions? Call the Honors Center at 843.953.7154 or reach us by email at honors@cofc.edu

News in the Honors College

Partnership With MUSC Creates Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists
Posted on 22 July 2021 | 9:07 am
When Kirsten Snyder saw the Pipeline for Aspiring Surgical Scientists (PASS) internship listed on the Honors College Hub, she knew it was the perfect opportunity for her. Offering an immersive 10-week laboratory and clinical research experience under the mentorship of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) College of Medicine’s Department of Surgery faculty, the PASS program was […]
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Honors College Summer Institute Offers CofC Experience to High School Students
Posted on 12 July 2021 | 11:35 am
The summer is the perfect time to expand your horizons and learn something new, and some high school students recently got a chance to explore the College of Charleston experience in a unique, immersive way through the Honors College Summer Institute. Featuring weeklong courses taught by CofC faculty, the Honors College Summer Institute not only […]
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Honors Religious Studies Students Uncover CofC’s Complex Religious History
Posted on 1 July 2021 | 3:27 pm
As a university in a town referred to as the Holy City, it’s not surprising that six of the first seven presidents of the College of Charleston were ordained clergy. Although the College claimed to be a secular institution from the time of the second charter in 1791, giving the impression that religion was not […]
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