CONTACT US
Call Us Email Us

CSU Campus News

CAMPUS NEWS ARCHIVES

CSU broke ground for new residence hall

03/27/18 - Charleston Southern University broke ground for a new residence hall Monday, March 26, 2018. Read More >

Thankful God's not like us

03/21/18 - Chapel, March 21, 2018 Read More >

Good news, financially, for CAPS students

03/20/18 - The S.C. Tuition Grants Commission has approved Charleston Southern University's College of Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS) as an eligible program for receipt of the S.C. Tuition Grant. Read More >

Health Science Building dedicated

03/16/18 - "This is a continuation of the university's commitment to healthcare," pronounced CSU President Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. at CSU's new Health Science Building dedication on Friday morning. Read More >

CSU voice students competing in regionals in Virginia

03/16/18 - Fourteen Charleston Southern University Horton School of Music students are competing at the Mid-Atlantic Region National Association of Teachers of Singing. Read More >

Indian culture featured in annual event

03/15/18 - Students, faculty and staff were treated to free Indian food and entertainment as part of the school's annual Culturefest. Read More >

CSU announces 26th Annual Buc Club Golf Tournament

03/09/18 - The Charleston Southern Athletic Department will host its 26th Annual Buc Club Golf Tournament on Monday, May 7, at The Links Course at Wild Dunes Resort on Isle of Palms, S.C. Read More >

No accounting for too much knowledge

03/08/18 - "I just enjoy what I do," says Liz Niblett Thornton, matter of factly. The question, though, is how does she do it all? Read More >

CSU student honored as 2018 Newman Civic Fellow

03/07/18 - Campus Compact, a Boston-based nonprofit working to advance the public purposes of higher education, has announced the 268 students who will make up the organization's 2018 cohort of Newman Civic Fellows, including Charleston Southern's own Princeton McBride. Read More >

Friendship and a CSU diploma reconnect alums

03/06/18 - After long careers working at Westvaco, what many refer to as The Paper Mill, three Lowcountry women embraced something else they shared in common. All three were graduates, at different times and under individual circumstances, from Charleston Southern. Read More >