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Community Research Institute wins award 

Prestige Awards named Community Research Institute the Corporate Training Company of the Year – South Carolina for 2023-2024.  Community Research Institute, a partnership between the CSU Nielsen College of Business and Abbey Research, provides internships to NCOB students to conduct research about Gen Z students and workers.  CRI has developed training pertaining to working with […]

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Two-hour delay on Wednesday 

Charleston Southern University will operate on a two-hour delay on Wednesday, January 10 due to the impacts of the severe storm on Tuesday. All university offices will open at 10 a.m. Employees and students are encouraged to allow extra time for traveling safely to campus.  Please note:  As always, continue to monitor your inbox for […]

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New FAFSA form now available

As a current or prospective Charleston Southern University student or parent, you’ve no doubt heard of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly known as FAFSA. The U.S. Department of Education opened the soft launch of the new FAFSA form Dec. 31, 2023, for the 2024-2025 academic year. FAFSA is used to determine how […]

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Severe Weather Announcement – CSU pivots to Online Learning for Tuesday

In anticipation of severe weather tomorrow, January 9, Charleston Southern University will close campus and shift all classes to online learning. Students scheduled to attend in-person classes should log into Blackboard for further instruction. Though all on-campus, in-person events are cancelled, dining services will remain available for residents. Follow the Dining Services Instagram for updates on locations and hours. With the […]

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Life abroad with Solomon and Danielle Brown

Solomon ’21 and Danielle Hensley Brown ’18 recently returned to the United States after six months living in Europe. Follow along to find out what they were doing in Poland. Chance to play pro football Solomon: I was helping a friend who had graduated from CSU in 2022 and was working on continuing his football career. […]

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Alumni award winners 2023

Harold H. Adams Jr. ’69, Distinguished Alumnus Hal was elected vice chair of the CSU Board of Visitors when it was created in 1988. CSU awarded him an honorary Doctor of Business Administration in 2000. Hal started his career in property-casualty insurance and began to notice other insurers offering programs to particular business segments and […]

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CSU presents endowed scholarship in honor of Keith and Deborah Summey

Charleston Southern University announces the establishment of The Keith and Deborah Summey Family Endowed Scholarship to honor the Summey’s record of public service. Keith Summey is retiring this month after serving as Mayor of North Charleston for 29 years. The endowment will provide financial assistance to numerous students from the Charleston tri-county region. The Summeys […]

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Alumnus comes full circle

Not only does Tricy Peralta Kosobud-Sossamon ’92 hold the distinction of being named the first CSU Homecoming Queen, she was also the first Homecoming Queen crowned during football season in fall 1991 after the university changed its name in 1990. Through personal tragedies, career changes, and perseverance, Kosobud-Sossamon has relied on the foundation of faith […]

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CSU’s College of Education recognized for continued CAEP national accreditation

The Charleston Southern University College of Education is among a select group of education providers recognized for excellence in preparing the next generation of teachers. This fall, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has continued the CSU College of Education’s national accreditation. Accreditation is the ultimate stamp of approval from education peers that […]

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Esports club exploding in campus rec

Sports have been seen as the ultimate physical competition between players around the world. They have united fans on a global scale to support their favorite players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Serena Williams, and Tom Brady.  In this day of age with the increases in technology, we have taken the next step with esports. If you […]

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