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Passport to Purpose officially rolls out

While CSU began incorporating many aspects of the Passport to Purpose into the curriculum and activities in the last two years, students received their actual passport at the beginning of fall semester. The passports incorporate checklists for each of a student’s four years: Freshman year, Discover Your Passion: A time to learn more about yourself, God, […]

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U.S. News & World Report ranks Charleston Southern among best online programs in nation

U.S. News & World Report continues to recognize Charleston Southern University in its Best Online Programs for 2023 rankings in several categories. Once again, Charleston Southern is the top-ranked program in South Carolina for Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans, ranking at No. 22 nationally.  Overall, Charleston Southern is ranked No. 39 nationally for Best Online Bachelor’s […]

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Fall 2022 Dean’s List Announced

The Charleston Southern University Dean’s List for fall 2022 honors 920 students. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, undergraduate students must have earned a 3.5 GPA or better and have earned 12 or more credit hours for the semester. The full list can be found here!

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Engineering seniors building a robot to benefit CSU

The first engineering students to graduate from Charleston Southern in May will also have the distinction of completing the first engineering senior project. The engineering capstone series is designed for seniors to plan and complete a project in two semesters demonstrating the skills and theory they have learned. The four seniors in the inaugural class, […]

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Campaigns and Elections

In the Charleston Southern political science department, there is a class that is only offered every two years in the fall: Campaigns and Elections. In this course, students learn what goes into campaigns and learn prediction criteria. Students even try to predict the outcome of a real election as it and its campaign play out.  […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Thompson moves with faith

Kinesiology, the study of human body movement, is a term many may be unfamiliar with—even in those entering the healthcare field. But at Charleston Southern University, Dr. Heather Thompson knows kinesiology quite well.  As an undergraduate at Lander University, she received her B.S in Exercise Science. Thompson continued her studies with an MS in Rehabilitation Science […]

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Students portray personal 9/11 stories through theatre

Students and staff alike can remember the tragic events that occurred Sept. 11, 2001. Terrorists crashed planes into the World Trade Center in New York City’s financial district, taking down both Twin Towers and killing nearly 3,000 people 21 years ago.  Many students attending Charleston Southern University now were barely alive when the attack occurred, […]

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Wiser finds purpose on mission trip

Moving into adulthood as one transitions from college into the real world is no easy task. As students face down the graduation stage, many find themselves facing questions; “Did I choose the right major?” “Will I be able to find a job?” “Have I made good decisions?” and one that rings through the ears of […]

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CSU Aeronautics Program is officially a Part 141 Pilot School

The Aeronautics program at Charleston Southern University is officially a Part 141 pilot school for the first time since the program’s inception in fall of 2021.  “God is doing such marvelous work here at CSU that I am humbled and grateful for the opportunity to cross the threshold of my office every morning,” said Lloyd […]

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Physician assistant students planting seeds of service in Dominican Republic

The Charleston Southern Physician Assistant program sent a group of students and faculty to the Dominican Republic on their annual summer trip to serve the local community through medical care.  Dr. Scott Wade, director of didactic education for the PA program, leads the group that partners with Sowers for the Kingdom. This DR ministry partners […]

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