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Permanent practice field for The Pride of the Lowcountry

You are sitting at a football game. You are feeling as energized as Charleston Southern’s team is as they are in the heat of the moment. You are feeling energized as the other members of the audience are getting excited. And then CSU’s marching band, The Pride of the Lowcountry, starts to play from the […]

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Students, alumni cast in Daniel and the Kings world premiere

Joining Broadway, Off-Broadway, and local performers, four students and an alumna of Charleston Southern University add to the talented cast of Daniel and the Kings where they bring an incredible biblical story to life on the big stage. This musical has been 13 years in the making, and the Charleston stage is where it kicks off.  […]

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Charleston Southern named to USNWR Best Colleges List 

U.S. News & World Report  has once again named Charleston Southern University to its Best Colleges list for 2024 in the Best Regional Universities in the South, Best Colleges for Veterans, and the Top Performers on Social Mobility. Charleston Southern was also named to the national Best Bachelor of Science in Nursing category.  Charleston Southern […]

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Campus to host North Charleston Mayoral Debate 

The Post and Courier will have its first installment of the Palmetto Politics LIVE presented by AARP South Carolina debate series—a statewide affair—on Charleston Southern University’s campus.   The debate forum for the North Charleston Mayoral candidates will be at CSU’s Lightsey Chapel on Monday, October 9, 2023 from 6-7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 […]

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Campus returns to normal operations

Classes will resume in person at Charleston Southern University on Friday, September 1 at 8 a.m. All offices will return to their normal operating schedule, with employees reporting back to campus on Friday morning. Students should communicate with professors if they are unable to go to class in person due to the effects of Idalia.   Previously scheduled activities for tonight are […]

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Hurricane Idalia Update: CSU pivots to online learning

The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Warning for the Charleston area. Out of an abundance of caution, Charleston Southern University will pivot to online learning on Wednesday, August 30 and Thursday, August 31.   Students are expected to consult Blackboard for specific directions from their professor(s) related to course requirements.  The Dining Hall will […]

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Tropical Storm Idalia Update

The Charleston Southern University Emergency Management Team continues to monitor the path and projected impacts of Tropical Storm Idalia. The National Weather Service expects the storm to become a Category 1 hurricane tonight, making landfall as a possible Category 3 along Florida’s Gulf Coast on Wednesday morning. Its path continues moving northeast, and Idalia is expected […]

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Monitoring Tropical Storm Idalia

The Charleston Southern University Emergency Management Team is monitoring the path and projected impacts of a tropical storm currently making its way northeast through the Gulf of Mexico. Tropical Depression 10 strengthened to Tropical Storm Idalia this morning and is currently bringing heavy rains to portions of western Cuba and the Yucatan Peninsula.   According to the […]

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Buccaneer takes the helm as CSU’s next president

The Charleston Southern University Board of Trustees unanimously approved and announced the appointment of B. Keith Faulkner, JD, LLM, MBA, as CSU’s fourth president. Faulkner, a 1998 Charleston Southern alumnus, will begin in early October 2023.  The selection and announcement followed an extensive nationwide search led by CarterBaldwin—the same executive search firm that landed Dr. Dondi Costin […]

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CSU names interim president; presidential search continues

The Board of Trustees at Charleston Southern University has named Dr. Michael Bryant as interim president as the university continues the presidential search process. Beginning July 1, Bryant will reprise this role in which he previously served during CSU’s 2018 presidential transition.  A 1995 graduate of Charleston Southern, Bryant has served the university for more […]

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