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College of Charleston

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College of Charleston

College of Charleston Says...

The College of Charleston is a highly respected student-centered public liberal arts and sciences university located in historic Charleston, South Carolina. Founded in 1770, the College prepares nearly 10,000 undergraduate students for a lifetime of change through an innovative and practical liberal arts and sciences experience combined with profes... More More

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66 George Street

Charleston, SC 29424

United States

Phone: 843-953-5670

Fax: 843-953-6322


Academics & Majors
Academic Calendar:Semester
Degrees Offered:Bachelor's
Post-Bachelor's certificate
Student Faculty Ratio:15.59:1
Most Popular Majors:Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Communication Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Psychology, General
Speech Communication and Rhetoric
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Average High School GPA:3.90
Early Action Application Deadline: 11/01
Early Action Plan Restrictive: No
Regular Application Deadline: 04/01
Priority Application Date: 02/01
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Student Body
Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 10,488
Female: 62.27%
International: 1.41%
Freshman Enrollment: 2,116
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Career Placement
Career Services Offered: Alumni Network
Alumni Services
Interest Inventory
Regional Alumni
On-Campus Job Interviews Available: Yes
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Campus Life / Facilities
Campus size: (number of acres)52.00
% of Classrooms with Wireless Internet: 75
Campus-wide Internet Network: Yes
Registered Student Organizations:200
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Tuition & Aid
In-State Tuition:$10,558.00
Out-of-State Tuition:$27,548.00
Undergraduate receiving need-based financial aid:47%
Direct Lender:Yes
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