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CSU announces spring 2019 Dean’s List

Charleston Southern University had 898 students named to the Dean’s List for spring 2019. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, students must have earned a 3.5 GPA or better, and have earned 12 or more credit hours for the semester. For the full list of spring 2019 Dean’s List students, click here […]

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2019 college tuition giveaway contest opens

Charleston Southern University is once again partnering with HIS Radio to offer one year of college tuition plus room and board at CSU to one deserving student. The 2019 contest is open until May 27 and is valid for a prospective student pursuing traditional or online undergraduate studies. Last year, the university gave a full […]

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CSU interns impact the local Church

“We would be lost without interns,” said Jon Davis, teaching pastor at Summit Church. “They are more than viable; they are crucial. Not only do they bring relevant and fresh ideas but also they have a passion and desire that uplifts the whole congregation.”  Countless Charleston Southern University students are interning in local churches and […]

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ELR explained

In a society where college degrees are becoming more common, it is important for graduates to have experiences and references as they pursue careers. CSU takes preparing graduates seriously, and the purpose of the Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI) program is to differentiate graduates and help give them an edge when competing for jobs after graduation. […]

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CSU leading the way with Charleston STEM Fest

As a Gold sponsor, Charleston Southern University has been very involved in the community’s local STEM festival for the past few years with faculty participation. The Charleston STEM Festival on March 9 will integrate learning between children, teens, families and STEM professionals across a broad celebration of the sciences. With over 80 exhibitors featured, the […]

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CSU announces fall 2018 Dean’s List

Charleston Southern University had 919 students on the Dean’s List for fall 2018. In order to be named to the Dean’s List, students must have earned a 3.5 GPA or better, and have earned 12 or more credit hours for the semester. For the full list of fall 2018 Dean’s List students, click here. 

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CSU’s Online Bachelor’s Program ranks best in S.C., top 25 in nation

U.S. News and World Report has named Charleston Southern University #25 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs list and #20 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans list, the highest listings of any university in South Carolina for 2019. Dr. Marc Embler, assistant vice president for academic affairs: online programs, technology and grants, said,  “We are extremely proud to […]

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Physician Assistant Program celebrates another milestone

The Physician Assistant Program at CSU began its first cohort in January 2018. The inaugural class of 25 students recently completed the didactic year of the program, which was celebrated with the program’s first White Coat Ceremony.  Similar to graduation, the White Coat Ceremony represents a new beginning. Unlike graduation, this ceremony does not symbolize the […]

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Inaugural doctoral cohort begins at CSU

Charleston Southern University’s first doctoral level cohort began studies this week for the Doctor of Education (EdD) with an emphasis in Leadership. The program began accepting applications last summer and, due to the demand, added two additional cohorts in 2019. The inaugural cohort of 22 students will complete the program in December 2021. The EdD […]

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Teaching online and in the classroom

Online business professor, David Britt, and traditional classroom graphic design professor, Andrea Glover, recently spoke about favorite teaching methods and why they like their method of teaching.  What do you like best about your teaching method?  Britt: I love the flexibility I have by using different learning assets in an online course. I utilize textbooks, professional books, publications, magazines, newspapers, videos and […]

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