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Nov 22, 2023

Transformational gift to The Citadel will establish new Krause School of Leadership and Ethics

A new gift from Mr. and Mrs. L. William Krause, ’63, will significantly enhance the couple’s long-standing legacy of promoting the education of principled leaders at The Citadel. Gay and Bill Krause have recently committed to giving an additional $5 million to establish and name the Krause School of Leadership and Ethics. Th[...]

Nov 20, 2023

‘Transformational gift’ prompts The Citadel to create new school on leadership

The new gift - when added to significant previous gifts made in 2012 and in 2003 places the alumbus among the top three individual donors in the history of The Citadel.

Nov 17, 2023

Charleston Southern ‘promises’ to be first South Carolina private college to cover tuition

Charleston Southern University has adopted a program called Buc Promise that makes it the first private school in the state with a tuition guarantee that covers the cost of tuition for qualifying students.

Nov 15, 2023

Mason Prep School Adding Pre-Kindergarten for the 2024-25 School Year

Mason Prep is excited to announce the addition of a Pre-Kindergarten program for the 2024-25 school year. Mason Prep Pre-K will offer a learning environment that gives students a head start as they begin their educational journey. The program will be different from traditional preschool programs, as it will provide more structur[...]

Nov 14, 2023

ECPI University Nabs Top Spot in “2023 Best for Vets: Colleges”

Virginia Beach, VA – ECPI University is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Military Times 2023 Best for Vets lists released on November 6, 2023. In Best for Vets: Colleges, ECPI University ranked first in the Career and Technical Education category, placing 21st overall out of 325 colleges and universities. Additionally,[...]

Nov 10, 2023

SC State 1890 Extension Kicks-Off Statewide Small Business Boot Camp Series in Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC – SC State University Public Service & Agriculture seeks to increase economic growth, encourage entrepreneurship, and create more employment opportunities in underserved South Carolina communities by launching its series of small business boot camps. The 1890 Extension Community Economic Development Prog[...]

Nov 9, 2023

College of Charleston launches new micro-credential program

The College of Charleston is partnering with global online learning platform Coursera to launch a new program to provide industry-branded micro-credentials to students, faculty and staff at no cost.

Nov 2, 2023

Willis Cantey elected chair of SCICU Board of Trustees

Willis Cantey, a Charleston business and civic leader, was elected board chair by the trustees of the S.C. Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) at their October 10 board meeting, hosted by Anderson University. Leading a board of 21 South Carolina college presidents and 40 at-large trustees, Cantey will take the helm of [...]

Oct 27, 2023

Reading Partners seeking tutors, donations to reach more students in the Lowcountry

CHARLESTON, SC — With a staggering 22% of Charleston’s third graders not currently reading at grade level, Reading Partners is working hard to enhance literacy skills among children. “This is not just a statistic; it represents the lives and futures of children in our community,” said Dawn Kahley, Reading Partners’ Dev[...]

Oct 25, 2023

Philanthropist makes historic scholarship gift to Charleston medical school

A philanthropist from the Upstate has created an avenue for promising students from her hometown to pursue an education at the Medical University of South Carolina. Barbara Harter Rippy of Union has created a first-of-its-kind endowed scholarship at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy. The new scholarshi[...]

Oct 19, 2023

Porter-Gaud Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Playground

Porter-Gaud School will host a formal ribbon cutting ceremony for its new Lower School playground on Thursday, October 19 at 8 a.m. The Porter-Gaud Board of Trustees and the Advancement Office will participate in the ceremony along with faculty, staff, and students. “We are thrilled to open our new playground, which will c[...]

Oct 12, 2023

Trident Academy is a Founding Member of ALDS

As the nation enters Learning Disability Awareness Month, Trident Academy in Mount Pleasant is excited to share that it is a founding school of a new education organization focused on collaborating and advocating for students with learning differences. The Association of LD Schools (ALDS) is a new non-profit, private school organization including over 50 founding […]