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Campus closed on Friday, September 2

09/01/16 - Charleston Southern University will be closed Friday, September 2 due to presumed storm conditions. Classes and all campus events are cancelled. Essential personnel will be notified if they need to report to campus. Read More >

CSU monitoring Tropical Storm Hermine

09/01/16 - The administration of Charleston Southern University is monitoring Tropical Storm Hermine closely. Read More >

'I saw Christ worth losing everything for'

08/31/16 - Charleston Southern University's first Chapel service of the academic year welcomed the Class of 2020 and celebrated record enrollment, members of The Legacy Society and the Lightsey family, who originally provided funding for Lightsey Chapel Auditorium. Read More >

Gillan returns to CSU for National Suicide Prevention Week

08/31/16 - The Counseling Services office at Charleston Southern University is recognizing National Suicide Prevention Week. Read More >

Being informed is being prepared during hurricane season

08/30/16 - Hurricane and tropical storm season is at its peak, and Charleston Southern University encourages our students to prepare accordingly in the event of an actual weather emergency. Read More >

CSU enrollment continues to surge

08/30/16 - Enrollment at Charleston Southern University continues to grow with a record enrollment of 3,653. Read More >

CSU Buc News

08/30/16 - The first Buc News of Fall 2016. Get caught up on the latest campus news, events and sports. Read More >

The Movement: Walk by faith, not by sight

08/26/16 - Campus Minister Jon Davis said The Movement 2016 was more than the student services team ever imagined. Read More >

Prayer First Kicks Off Chapel Schedule

08/23/16 - The CSU community will gather Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 11 a.m. in Lightsey Chapel Auditorium for Prayer First, a focused time of prayer over all areas of the university. Read More >

English Degree Prepares Strickland for Challenging Role in China

08/23/16 - When Sarrah Strickland was reading, writing, and performing in plays as an English major at CSU, she had no idea that she was preparing for her most challenging role: that of an English teacher at the Baishan School, a private school in Qingdao, China. Read More >