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    Thank you DonorsWe are proud to highlight the donors who advance the College by being part of our giving societies – GOLD, 1770, Live Oak, Cistern and Bishop Robert Smith.

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    Cause for CelebrationThe Dr. Andrew and Josephine Lewis Scholarship opens up opportunities for African American students. Full Story »

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    A GIVING ENVIRONMENTA gift from the late John Henry Dick in 1995, Dixie Plantation continues to grow an environment of philanthropy at the College. Full Story »

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Giving

Follow your passion.

Each year, private support to the College of Charleston plays a critical role in preserving our place as one of the nation's best public liberal arts and sciences universities.

Philanthropy or the philanthropist at the College is not defined by the gift or the size of the gift. What matters is the belief, commitment and the desire to be an active part of the College’s future. Your support impacts every corner of our campus from scholarships to research funds for faculty, academic programs to cutting-edge technology.

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Young Alumnae Giving Back

As members of the College’s 1770 Society, which recognizes donors who give $1,000 or more annually, Stephanie Rhodes ’13 and Victoria Ward ’15 are providing leadership and support in the areas of the College that matter the most to them – and staying connected to their alma mater in a meaningful way. Read story »

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The Gift of Seeing Your True Potential

When Martín Gonzalez ’14 came to the College of Charleston as part of the Bonner Leader Program, his support network expanded not only to the CofC family and the Bonner family, but to the Goldsmith and Kerrigan families, as well. Read story »

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An Inspiring Legacy

A week after Alison Piepmeier passed away, people came forth to create the Alison Piepmeier Scholarship, which will be awarded annually to a full-time student majoring or minoring in women’s and gender studies who has demonstrated a record of feminist activism and leadership. Read story »