As a College of Charleston student, you have access to a full range of student services, offered to all undergraduates.
The services listed below provide a small sample of what the College has to offer. Learn more about additional student services available to CofC students.
Center for Student Learning
The mission of the Center for Student Learning (CSL) is to provide the College community with a comprehensive program for academic assistance. The CSL’s component programs, such as the Writing Lab and the Speaking Lab, serve the academic needs of all students throughout their years at the College.
At the North Campus location, the CSL offers workshops, as well as tutoring and study skills appointments.
The Career Center‘s CougarJobLink helps students to locate jobs and internships, build résumés, and network with alumni mentors. The Career Center also organizes the annual Career and Graduate School Expo, offering CofC students the opportunity to land internships and gain employment with esteemed companies from around the country.
CougarJobLink may be accessed through MyCharleston under the Student Services tab.
Center for Disability Services
The Center for Disability Services is helps to promote greater understanding of disabilities (learning, attentional, neurological, physical and psychological) in the College community, and greater independence for students with documented disabilities.
Through assistive technologies, services, and accommodations specific to individual needs, the Center for Disability Services helps to ensure that all CofC students have equal access to academic, social, and cultural events.
The North Campus features a virtual library for students, staff and faculty. Access to both online resources and research databases is available on-campus, and other materials are offered through Interlibrary Loan.
North Campus library resources also include:
- 18 PC computer stations
- 2 iMac computer stations
- black and white and color printers
- color photo/document scanner
A full-time librarian is available for research assistance, either by appointment, drop-in, instant message, email or phone.
Visit the North Campus Library blog to learn more about the library services and research resources available to students.
CofC students also have access to the College’s full library system, including the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library at the downtown campus. With its comprehensive collections, Addlestone Library serves as a dynamic hub of discovery that supports education at the highest levels.