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Johnson and Keener named to Forty Under 40 list

The Charleston Regional Business Journal recently named two Charleston Southern employees to the 2019 class of Forty Under 40. Honorees are nominated by individuals and businesses. The CRBJ said, “The annual awards recognize the success and community involvement of 40 professionals under age 40 who are making their mark on the region from a mix […]

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2019 college tuition giveaway contest opens

Charleston Southern University is once again partnering with HIS Radio to offer one year of college tuition plus room and board at CSU to one deserving student. The 2019 contest is open until May 27 and is valid for a prospective student pursuing traditional or online undergraduate studies. Last year, the university gave a full […]

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Our Day with Dondi

Before the semester ended, Anna Menendez ’19 and Sarah Parris ’20, communication studies interns in the Office of Marketing & Communication, spent a day with President Dondi Costin. Costin takes his busy schedule in stride and said, “There’s nothing I don’t like. The challenge is what makes it fun to tell you the truth, so […]

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It’s Not Rocket Science

Most earthlings never get the chance to rub elbows with a real-life rocket scientist. What those brainiacs do seems so complex that we assume only a space cadet could ever understand it. More often than not, our grasp of the galactic is limited to exposing the relative simplicity of every other task with this backhanded bow to […]

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CSU celebrates largest graduating class

Charleston Southern University graduated its largest class in university history with more than 770 graduates May 4 at North Charleston Coliseum. Princeton McBride, a double major in Christian studies and public health, from Sumter, and president of the Student Government Association, gave the senior class address. McBride said, “We’re on a new voyage, a different […]

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Additional parking options for CSU Graduation

Due to parking limitations at the North Charleston Coliseum for the Saturday, May 4 graduation, Charleston Southern will provide additional parking options for graduates, their family and friends. Please note the Coliseum will begin to accept parking passes at 7 a.m. Doors open at 8 a.m. and the ceremony begins at 10, with colors posted […]

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Christian-based programs cultivate student leaders

Since its founding by CSU alum Dr. Jay Strack, Student Leadership University has brought Charleston Southern University more than 300 students in the last four years, according to Jon Davis, associate dean of Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership. Student Leadership University, also known as SLU, is a Christian-based program whose mission is to “develop and […]

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The safest college campus in South Carolina

Charleston Southern University is considered the safest college campus in South Carolina among all four-year and two-year private and public colleges, and one of the safest in America sitting in the top 8% of all universities nationwide, according to Niche.com’s Best Colleges rankings. So how does CSU compare to its university neighbors in safety stats? […]

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54thAnnual Academic and Student Life Awards

President Dondi E. Costin opened the 54th annual awards day by encouraging students if they haven’t picked out a life verse to consider 1 Corinthians 10:31 – “do all for the glory of God.” He said, “Today is about excellence. We are honoring students who have excelled and gone above and beyond.” Academic Awards Art: Laura […]

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