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Gold Solidus of Anastasius I (491-498 CE).

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Making a financial contribution to Archaeology has never been easier, and every gift counts. What matters not is the size or type of gift, but the belief, commitment and desire to be an active part of Archaeology's future. Our donors - alumni, parents, students, faculty, and staff - all share in common the goal of strengthening and ensuring the future of a vibrant program in Archaeology at the College.

The Program manages the Archaeology Fund (fund #R785) - a dedicated fund for Archaeology through the College of Charleston Foundation. The fund strives to support faculty and student research, ranging from fieldwork and analysis to traveling to conferences to present research. Your financial support will allow us to increase opportunities for students and faculty and promote their engagement in collaborative work.

Giving to Archaeology can be done in a variety of ways: as a one-time gift, recurring, or over a period of installments.  

The best way to contribute to support archaeology at the College of Charleston is to make an online donation to our giving page.  Your donation will go directly to our foundation account (R785 Archaeology), and be available to use for our students.

Your gift can be made:

  • as a one-time gift 
  • to recur over a set period of time (for example: $5 every pay period for the next 10 years), or
  • as installments (e.g., $5,000 as $50 installments for the next 100 months)

No contribution is too small. Every strand of thread given to weave the rich tapestry of support is greatly appreciated.

You may also use the old-fashioned way, and mail a check!

Program in Archaeology
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424

Many companies have a matching gifts program. The College's Foundation provides a searchable list with necessary links to amplify your gif. 

To create a named gift, please contact:

Brian P. Rowe
Development Officer

        or         Cathy Mahon
Associate Vice President of Development

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