College of Charleston Top Questions

What kind of person should not attend this school?


Someone who is judgemental and feels that they are better than their peers should not attend CofC. We are a diverse community and if that poses a problem to a person attending, then they are at the wrong school. College of Charleston aims for diversity, so there is no avoiding it.


A person who is looking for a large university experience in a secluded environment without the hustle and bustle of city life would not like COFC. If someone is longing to support a football program this is not the school since COFC does not yet have a foootball team.


College of Charleston is a great school with wonderful instructors however, a student must be driven to do his or her best and do the necessary work to be successful. The instructors are always willing to provide assistance but a person must be willing to commit themselves to achieveing great things in order for it to actually happen. I would say someone who is not willing to give 110{4a082faed443b016e84c6ea63012b481c58f64867aa2dc62fff66e22ad7dff6c} effort should not attend the College of Charleston.


The College of Charleston would be a suitable fit for everyone.


Someone who likes the cold, or hates high humidity and hot weather.


Anyone can probably attend this school. There's a good science program for those going into pre-med, there's a business school, and an art program.


This school is good for just about anyone. There are many different cultures and we all get along very well.


Some one who is very into college athletics should not come here, there is not alot of school spirit for the sports teams.


People who are looking for a football school should not attend C of C. Neither should students looking for an easy four years of schooling or those not willing to put in hard work to attain a goal.


A really musical or science student. The programs aren't quite put together yet until they get their new buildings finished.


Someone looking for a huge university. College of Charleston is a relatively small school with about 30 people to a class--very one-on-one and easy to get to know people.


Non- athletes


A quiet person who likes to stay in on weekends and doesn't ever go out will probably not have much fun.


If you are the kind of person who keeps to himself out of choice, who does not communicate with others, you will not be able to appreciate the true living-learning community that the school and the whole city cultivates.


anyone who is looking for a big university