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COVID-19 Update from the President

Today we begin our SIXTH full week of classes, and I remain encouraged by the members of our campus community committed to ensuring CSU is a safe place to live and learn this semester. We are thankful for the continued efforts of our faculty, staff, and students to adhere to the policies and procedures that are keeping our community […]

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COVID-19 Update from the President

Today we begin our FIFTH full week of classes, and I remain encouraged by the members of our campus community committed to ensuring CSU is a safe place to live and learn this semester. Over the past week, we have seen a significant reduction in the number of cases of COVID-19 on campus, so thank you for your willingness to follow our […]

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Rooms available for testing, study use

Beginning Monday, September 14, vacant classrooms will be available for students who seek space for small group study sessions or for synchronous online classes while on campus. The classrooms may also be used for online testing.  Dr. Jackie Fish, vice president of academic affairs, said this decision conveys “our best efforts to ensure students can […]

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COVID-19 Update from the President

Today we begin our fourth full week of classes, and I am encouraged by our collective efforts to minimize COVID infections in our community the past two weeks. With the modifications the University Pandemic Task Force recommended two weeks ago, we have seen a significant reduction in the number of cases of COVID-19 on campus, so thank […]

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BUCSAFE-approved commuter study spots

Though social distancing rules have changed the typical flow of campus, Charleston Southern still has plenty of places for our commuters to work on projects or log in to a remote class. Here are the top 20: 2nd floor lounge in the Science Building Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership, 1st floor lobby Student Center, 2nd floor area at […]

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COVID-19 Update from the President

Today marks the beginning of our second full week of classes. After so many months apart, it is exciting to see the family back together. We look forward to continuing in-person classes through the end of this semester (the day before Thanksgiving), which means everyone must play it safe on- and off-campus between now and […]

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On-campus healthcare available this fall

Students and employees at Charleston Southern University will have access to healthcare on campus beginning this fall through a partnership with Fetter Health Care Network. The nonprofit healthcare organization will provide a mobile unit to the CSU community, on at least a weekly basis, on Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Russell Horseshoe. […]

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Return to Campus Guide released this week

The Charleston Southern University Pandemic Task Force released its final recommendations and plans for the fall semester on Monday. CSU’s modified academic calendar begins earlier on August 19, with Winter Break beginning November 25. The Return to Campus Guide includes resources that encourage shared responsibility and mutual commitment to the health of every student, faculty […]

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Summer II remains online; task force prepares for fall in-person instruction

Today Charleston Southern University announced that Summer II session will officially continue online per the recommendation of the University Pandemic Task Force. Exceptions to this include the Physician Assistant Program, Doctorate in Leadership Program, and Athletic Training Program—which will meet on campus for the remainder of the summer.  Summer II courses will begin June 29. […]

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New fall academic calendar begins early, ends by Thanksgiving

Charleston Southern University has modified the Fall 2020 Academic Calendar in an effort to minimize the risks of additional waves of COVID-19 cases. The accelerated schedule begins earlier in August and provides a seven-week winter break, a strategy adopted by many universities nationwide.   “CSU leaders recognize the challenges of keeping students and the entire CSU community safe,” said Dr. […]

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