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CSU breaks ground on health science building expansion

Charleston Southern University broke ground for a health science building wing on Monday, January 28, 2019. The 13,272-square-foot building is an expansion to the first health science building (built in 2017 and opened in 2018) to accommodate the growing health science programs at CSU, including the future doctor of physical therapy.  “The expansion allows CSU […]

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Special seminar combines music and health

Charleston Southern University’s Horton School of Music will host a week-long seminar on Musician’s Health and Safety Thursday, January 24 through Wednesday, January 30. This special event will focus on issues facing musicians of all levels with regard to physical, mental, and emotional health and safety demands. This includes those in the music field such […]

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CSU diversity programs growing

The Charleston Southern University Office of Diversity now has pages on the CSU website and is working to let the campus and community know more about diversity at CSU. Tim Grant, diversity officer and assistant dean of students for student clubs and organizations, wants students, faculty and staff to know he is available and that […]

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Visiting professor works with Horton School of Music

The Horton School of Music hosted a guest lecturer/conductor recently who also was the guest conductor during the Inauguration Concert Oct. 28. Dr. Noel Tredinnick, professor of conducting and academic studies at London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama, and organist, conductor and director of music at All Souls Church, also served as a delegate […]

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Are private Christian universities affordable?

A college education is a significant and important investment. Even with various financial aid options, you may be considering whether attending a private university is worth the cost. While we believe a Christ-centered education is invaluable, a recent study by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, of which Charleston Southern is a member, confirms that your degree […]

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Shaped by the Master’s hands

Dr. Fred Luter used Jeremiah 18:1-6 to explain need for the touch of the Master’s hand to Charleston Southern University students Oct. 10. Luter is pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans and was the first African American elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Luter gave three reasons why everyone needs a […]

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Classes resume at CSU

Charleston Southern University will open on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 8 a.m. for normal operations. Classes will also resume at that time. Please continue to monitor local media, Buc Alerts, CSU social media, and charlestonsouthern.edu for any additional updates. Also, join us in prayer for our neighbors in Georgia and Florida as they recover from catastrophic damage from Hurricane Michael.

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Campus officials monitoring Hurricane Michael

University leadership continues to monitor the track of Hurricane Michael and will provide an update after 2 p.m. today. Employees and students are encouraged to use caution tomorrow as severe weather approaches. Students, if you do not feel safe to drive, do not travel and do inform your professors of your decision. Please review the campus emergency […]

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Campus officials monitoring Hurricane Michael

Campus officials continue to monitor the track of Hurricane Michael. Wednesday afternoon and evening classes will operate on a normal schedule. Due to the elevated threat of tropical storm-force winds from Hurricane Michael, classes will be canceled and offices will be closed tomorrow, October 11. Resident students are allowed to stay in their residence halls. […]

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Campus officials monitoring Hurricane Michael

Campus officials are monitoring the track of Hurricane Michael as it approaches the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday. Charleston County, Southeast Georgia and Southeast South Carolina are now under a Tropical Storm Watch, meaning tropical storm-force conditions are possible within 48 hours. According to the National Hurricane Center, it is possible that the Charleston area will […]

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