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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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Swain’s $2 million legacy lives on through CSU students

Lifetime donations and gifts from the estate of the late Ken Swain will impact the lives of Charleston Southern University students for years to come. Swain was a Myrtle Beach pharmacist, philanthropist, and an active Baptist layman. Swain’s involvement with Charleston Southern demonstrates the power of word of mouth. Swain learned of the mission of […]

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Miss CSU 2022 makes lasting impact

When Brittany Priester was crowned Miss Charleston Southern 2022 in November 2021, she embraced the role with gusto and hasn’t slowed down since. Promoting a platform of the arts, Priester has organized fundraisers for the CSU graphic design and art programs, hosted painting nights on campus, hosted dance classes for all ages, and more. A […]

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Nursing student experiences medical missions in Kenya

For the summer of 2022, Margaret McElheny spent time in Chogoria, Kenya, with Samaritan’s Purse and World Medical Mission. She is a junior at Charleston Southern studying nursing.  Although she has always been interested in medical missions, this summer provided her with a unique opportunity to share the Gospel while learning what hands-on compassion ministry looks […]

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CSU Named Charleston Business of the Year

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce named Charleston Southern University 2022 Business of the Year.In accepting the award on the behalf of CSU, Dr. Dondi Costin, president, said, “Being recognized as Business of the Year in a town like Charleston is really a dream come true. Since our beginning, CSU has been intent on serving […]

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“I forgive him”

A freshman’s miraculous journey to CSU, and her testimony of forgiveness after a near-fatal car accident. Textbooks, dorm room supplies, and parent’s goodbyes are the norm as high school graduates begin new chapters. There are few things in life more exciting for a teenager than the early days of freshman year. The new experiences, freedom, […]

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CSU breaks national OCC record for 4th year

Once again, Charleston Southern University surpassed its Operation Christmas Child gift goal. In the 11th year of packing these shoeboxes, the campus exceeded its 12,000-box benchmark with a whopping 13,019. This is the fourth year in a row where CSU has come out on top as the top college/university packer. Last year, the university collected close […]

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