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Campus closing due to winter weather

01/04/18 - Check here for the latest updates. Read More >

Singleton Complex rounding third, headed for home

12/21/17 - Read More >

New African American history course offered

12/20/17 - Starting in the Spring of 2018, Professor Fordham will teach a new class, never offered before at CSU called "The African American Experience in South Carolina." Read More >

Learning to code via Bible stories

12/16/17 - In each story, every motion by a character required the student to write code for each body part that moved. Read More >

Major donors from Greenville support new strength and conditioning center

12/15/17 - A promise made two years ago became reality last month with the opening of the new Angie and Sam Kelly Strength and Conditioning Center at Charleston Southern University. In November 2015, Sam and Angie Kelly of Greenville announced a donation to fund a new strength and conditioning center for CSU student-athletes. Read More >

CarterBaldwin accepting applications for next CSU president

12/13/17 - The university is seeking a dynamic, spiritually and intellectually mature leader committed to its founding principles, mission, and biblical core values. The president should possess a comprehensive understanding of and an appreciation for CSU's Baptist heritage and the integration of faith in learning, leading, and serving. Read More >

CSU mourns passing of founding Trustee

12/12/17 - The Charleston Southern University family is mourning the loss of founding Board of Trustee member Dr. Lewis E. McCormick, who passed away on Monday, December 11 at the age of 95. Read More >

CSU alum named Teacher of the Year

12/11/17 - Seven years after her teaching career started, Angie Grimes, decided to pursue her Master's degree in Elementary Education at CSU. Read More >

CSU women's soccer player represents Big South at NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

12/07/17 - Charleston Southern junior women's soccer player Grace Clark plans to go into education and teach in the future. Right now, however, she wanted to help her fellow student-athletes understand the opportunities available to them and the power their voices carry in decisions that affect them. Read More >

Professor pounds the pavement

12/06/17 - Through a totally self-imposed, independent motivation, he decided to reinvent his lifestyle and lose 100 pounds. In addition to changing his eating habits, Jones began to run. Read More >