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“I forgive him”

A freshman’s miraculous journey to CSU, and her testimony of forgiveness after a near-fatal car accident. Textbooks, dorm room supplies, and parent’s goodbyes are the norm as high school graduates begin new chapters. There are few things in life more exciting for a teenager than the early days of freshman year. The new experiences, freedom, […]

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CSU breaks national OCC record for 4th year

Once again, Charleston Southern University surpassed its Operation Christmas Child gift goal. In the 11th year of packing these shoeboxes, the campus exceeded its 12,000-box benchmark with a whopping 13,019. This is the fourth year in a row where CSU has come out on top as the top college/university packer. Last year, the university collected close […]

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Campaigns and Elections

In the Charleston Southern political science department, there is a class that is only offered every two years in the fall: Campaigns and Elections. In this course, students learn what goes into campaigns and learn prediction criteria. Students even try to predict the outcome of a real election as it and its campaign play out.  […]

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Seth Friend Returns as Campus Minister

Campus Ministries at Charleston Southern recently expanded its reach through a new Campus Minister, Seth Friend. Friend and his wife, Connor, are both 2019 graduates of Charleston Southern and have one son.  Alongside Jon Davis, associate vice president for spiritual life, and two graduate assistants, this team is reaching the campus of CSU with the […]

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Students portray personal 9/11 stories through theatre

Students and staff alike can remember the tragic events that occurred Sept. 11, 2001. Terrorists crashed planes into the World Trade Center in New York City’s financial district, taking down both Twin Towers and killing nearly 3,000 people 21 years ago.  Many students attending Charleston Southern University now were barely alive when the attack occurred, […]

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CSU PA program gains accreditation-continued status

The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc. has granted Accreditation-Continued status to the Charleston Southern University Physician Assistant Program. Accreditation-Continued is an accreditation status granted when a currently accredited program is in compliance with the ARC-PA Standards. Accreditation remains in effect until the program closes or withdraws from the accreditation process […]

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TS Nicole Update – Evening Classes Cancelled

The Charleston Southern University Emergency Management Team continues to monitor the path and projected impacts of Tropical Storm Nicole. The storm briefly became a Category 1 hurricane as it made landfall in eastern Florida this morning but weakened to a tropical storm very soon after. Its path has moved more northwest, and it will gradually weaken […]

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Students eligible for $1000 after campus visit

Prospective students have an opportunity to receive $1,000 after touring Charleston Southern University, the Lowcountry’s only Christian higher education institution. The $1,000 Tour Treasure Grant is provided to a student if they attend an official visit such as a personal tour, A Day in the Life, or First Look event with the Office of Admissions […]

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Monitoring Tropical Storm Nicole

The Charleston Southern University Emergency Management Team is monitoring the path and projected impacts of Tropical Storm Nicole. According to the National Hurricane Center, the storm is currently on a path to Florida’s Atlantic coast and will likely become a Category 1 hurricane early Thursday morning. After making landfall, it is projected to move northeast quickly […]

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For the love of teaching

Even as a child growing up in Illinois, Amanda Butler knew she wanted to be a teacher. “I loved school. I wanted to live there. I wanted to be there all the time,” she says. That dream of being a teacher was ignited into a passion in 2006 when Butler moved to Bartow County, Georgia, […]

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