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Academic Affairs

The Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs is the chief academic officer of the College of Charleston and a key member of the President's senior staff. The Provost oversees academic programs, faculty affairs and many academic support functions, and works to ensure that the College of Charleston fulfills its institutional mission and goals. Read more about Provost Brian McGee, the Office of the Provost, our academic programs, personnel, policies, and centers.


Academic Recruiting

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Provost Reports (included within the Faculty Senate meeting minutes by academic year)

Faculty/Administrative Manual ("FAM" updated August 2018) and review the Archive of Changes to the FAM

CofC Student Achievements, including graduation rates and employment statistics

CofC Emergency Information and Student's Guide to Hurricane Preparedness (Sign up for the CougarAlert System)

Provost Announcements (most recent displayed below)


OER Incentive Program announced (Apply for $750 faculty grants)
Posted on 16 January 2019 | 11:24 am
Open educational resources (OER) are classroom resources with no copyright restrictions. They are in the public domain, licensed through the Creative Commons (or similar intellectual property licenses) or library-licensed, so students can access them at little or no cost. Textbook prices are rising rapidly, putting enormous financial strain on students. OER can help mitigate textbook […]
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Author Angie Thomas will be on campus Monday, January 14, 2019
Posted on 14 January 2019 | 11:25 am
The 2018-2019 College Reads! book selection is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas (HarperCollins, 2017). Author Angie Thomas will be on campus Monday, January 14, 2019 for a talk entitled, “The Hate U Give: Finding Your Activism and Turning the Political into the Personal,” before participating in a Q&A. The event begins at 7 PM in the Sottile Theatre. This event is SOLD OUT. Walk ups will […]
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