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Internships prepare students for success post-graduation

Traditional CSU students are required to complete one Experiential Learning Requirement in order to graduate. Dr. Melissa Parker, new coordinator of internships, is available to assist students in preparing for success after graduation.  Experiential Learning Requirements can include internships, clinicals, practicums, field courses, travel courses, applied learning, career planning courses, and more. Parker said, “Internship requirements […]

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Making room for science, engineering growth

Charleston Southern University broke ground this summer on a new science and engineering building to house its growing academic programs. The 17,500-square-foot space will be completed in phases and includes labs, office space and work rooms. CSU plans to expand the building in future phasing to 28,000-square-feet total. The project is a result of the launch […]

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Rooms available for testing, study use

Beginning Monday, September 14, vacant classrooms will be available for students who seek space for small group study sessions or for synchronous online classes while on campus. The classrooms may also be used for online testing.  Dr. Jackie Fish, vice president of academic affairs, said this decision conveys “our best efforts to ensure students can […]

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CSU to host event focused on media’s role in elections

Charleston Southern University’s Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership (WCCL) will host an Engage Event on Thursday, September 10 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. to examine the media’s role, function and activity in presidential elections.  CSU alumna Danielle Hensley of WCBD News 2 will interview Shannon Bream of Fox News. Bream will help CSU students understand a broad […]

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BUCSAFE-approved commuter study spots

Though social distancing rules have changed the typical flow of campus, Charleston Southern still has plenty of places for our commuters to work on projects or log in to a remote class. Here are the top 20: 2nd floor lounge in the Science Building Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership, 1st floor lobby Student Center, 2nd floor area at […]

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On-campus healthcare available this fall

Students and employees at Charleston Southern University will have access to healthcare on campus beginning this fall through a partnership with Fetter Health Care Network. The nonprofit healthcare organization will provide a mobile unit to the CSU community, on at least a weekly basis, on Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Russell Horseshoe. […]

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South Carolina’s only collegiate Aeronautics program coming to CSU

South Carolina is one of only two states without a collegiate aeronautics program, but not for long. Charleston Southern University plans to offer a Bachelor of Science in aeronautics (Professional Pilot) beginning in fall of 2021. Students in the program will eventually be able to choose between three main tracks: Commercial, Military or Missionary Aviation. “As we look to […]

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Test flexible application policy announced for 2021

Charleston Southern University will waive standardized test score requirements for Spring 2021 and Fall 2021 applicants with at least a 3.0 unweighted high school GPA to provide relief to prospective students and their families in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  “High school students have faced immense disruption in college prep and planning this year,” CSU Director […]

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Return to Campus Guide released this week

The Charleston Southern University Pandemic Task Force released its final recommendations and plans for the fall semester on Monday. CSU’s modified academic calendar begins earlier on August 19, with Winter Break beginning November 25. The Return to Campus Guide includes resources that encourage shared responsibility and mutual commitment to the health of every student, faculty […]

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Prayer of a Pandemician

COVID-19 appeared, and we lost all control First physically tired, now weary in soul Enduring lockdown, stuck in quarantine Making the most of this unwelcome routine We assumed two weeks, no more than three Then back to normal, but it wasn’t to be Lord, how did we land in this position? Living the life of […]

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