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COVID-19 response FAQs | April 1

Charleston Southern announced last week its decision to extend online instruction through the remainder of the spring 2020 semester in a proactive response to the COVID-19 threat. The campus will be closed to students during this time. Please see the following FAQs for additional information.

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Adapting to virtual campus life

Since going completely online last Monday, Charleston Southern University has worked tirelessly to make sure students retain as much of a college experience as they possibly can while keeping safety a top priority. During the COVID-19 pandemic, students can now access various student services from the comfort of their own homes. The following is a […]

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Hunter Center closed until Monday, March 30

In an email sent to the campus community this evening, President Dondi Costin announced that the Hunter Center will close through the remainder of the week due to an employee’s potential exposure to COVID-19 off campus. Costin said: “CSU family, This timely warning is being sent to alert our community because we learned this afternoon that a […]

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CSU to finish spring semester online

After much prayerful consideration regarding the COVID-19 pandemic’s apparent course over the next few weeks, Charleston Southern University has decided to finish the spring semester online. Consistent with accreditation mandates, faculty are modifying certain experiential learning requirements when necessary, including those for student teachers and nursing students. “We know our traditional students will be deeply […]

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Latest response to COVID-19 | March 20

On Monday afternoon, March 23, CSU will release a statement regarding plans for the remainder of this semester. That statement will be made following a Monday meeting with other private universities in our state. Please monitor campuswide emails, text message alerts, BucNation app, the CSU website and social media for the latest, accurate information.  Due to the rapidly changing situation, students should not make irrevocable travel commitments at this time. At this point, any resumption […]

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COVID-19 response FAQs | March 15

Charleston Southern announced Sunday its decision to extend online instruction through Tuesday, March 31 in a proactive response to the COVID-19 threat. The campus will be closed to students during this time. Please see the following FAQs for additional information.

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CSU campus closing to students Wednesday; will continue online instruction | March 15

This afternoon South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced an executive order that all public schools will close through the end of March. He strongly encouraged private schools and daycare facilities to follow suit. In an effort to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases in the state of South Carolina, CSU will close its campus to […]

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CSU, Big South suspend all athletics-related activities until March 30

The Charleston Southern Athletic Department and the Big South Conference today announced that all competition and required athletics activities have been suspended through at least March 30 to mitigate the further spread of the COVID-19 virus. All Charleston Southern sporting events involving each of its 16 varsity sports programs, home and away, have been canceled […]

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CSU courses move online next week in proactive response to coronavirus | March 11

Charleston Southern University is actively monitoring the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). There are no confirmed cases of coronavirus at CSU at this time. At a March 11 press conference, Governor Henry McMaster said, “There remains no cause for public alarm in South Carolina. Schools should continue to remain open and provide instruction. State government […]

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Monitoring the coronavirus | March 6

The novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, is a constant topic in recent global news. The virus was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, in December 2019. Cases have spread to more than 70 countries, including the United States. As of March 6, 2020, there are no positive cases in South Carolina. According to the […]

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