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Simple gesture of encouragement still impactful years later

03/05/18 - In 1999, she earned her PhD as a research scientist. But only recently did she tell the faculty and staff a story of how somebody's faith in her on the CSU campus kept her constantly seeking her ultimate goal. Read More >

New residence hall activity

03/02/18 - A new residence hall will soon start taking shape on campus. Read More >

Dr. Hunter named to CBM's 50 Most Influential list

03/01/18 - Charleston Business Magazine announced Dr. Jairy C. Hunter Jr. on its 50 Most Influential list for 2017. Read More >

Christian artist performs and shares for Arts Week

03/01/18 - As part of CSU's 5th annual Arts Week, Nashville recording artist, Andrew Peterson, entertained and witnessed through his words and songs to an appreciative chapel audience. Read More >

Athletic Training students win quiz bowl

02/26/18 - Charleston Southern University Athletic Training Program students won the 2018 South Carolina Athletic Trainers' Association Quiz Bowl on Feb. 16. Read More >

CSU announces Fall 2017 Dean's List

02/23/18 - Charleston Southern University had 903 students on the Dean's List for Fall 2017. Read More >

U.S. News and World Report names CSU to Best Online Bachelor's Programs List

02/23/18 - U.S. News and World Report has named Charleston Southern University to the Best Online Bachelor's Programs and Best Online Bachelor's Programs for Veterans lists for 2018. Read More >

Welcome to National Single Awareness Day (Happy Valentine's)

02/15/18 - Chapel, February 14, 2018 Read More >

Former student-athlete returns as part of inaugural PA program class

02/15/18 - Ashley Black cherished her time as a student-athlete at Charleston Southern. The former team captain of the Buccaneers' volleyball program graduated in 2016 with a degree in biology. Read More >

North Charleston Police Chief speaks to CSU students

02/09/18 - North Charleston's new police chief, Reggie Burgess, has spent 29 years in the department and is now tasked with enforcing the law in the state's third largest city. Read More >