Claflin News

  • Claflin University Professor’s Latest Book Reaches No. 1

    Jul 08, 2015
    Dr. Belinda Wheeler, an assistant professor of English in Claflin University’s Department of English and Foreign Languages recently learned that her latest book, A Companion to Australian Aboriginal Literature (hard cover edition), reached the No. 1 position on's bestseller list for the category "Australian and Oceania Literary Criticism."
    Full story
  • Professional and Continuing Studies Offers Accelerated Degree Programs for Non-Traditional Students

    Jun 19, 2015
    Since its inception in 1869, Claflin University has offered high-quality academic programs at its main campus in Orangeburg, S.C. Nearly a decade ago, the University’s Center of Professional and Continuing Studies (CPCS) began classes at Fort Jackson Army Base in Columbia. And in the fall of 2014, Claflin launched its online degree program, which provides students balancing families and careers the convenience of earning a Claflin degree without attending classes in Orangeburg or Ft. Jackson-Columbia.
    Full story
  • Claflin – Gammon Dinner Continues Historic Partnership

    Jun 17, 2015
    Claflin University and the Gammon Theological Seminary continued its tradition of fellowship and support during the annual Claflin-Gammon Alumni Fellowship Dinner held Tuesday, June 9, in Florence, S.C. The dinner is held during the South Carolina United Methodist Church Annual Conference.
    DSC_7197 thumb
    Full story
  • Claflin Student Athletes Lead All SIAC Schools With Six Team Academic Awards

    Jun 07, 2015
    Claflin University captured six Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) team academic awards as announced during the 2015 SIAC General Assembly on Friday (May 5). The Panthers captured the team awards in softball, men's track, men's basketball, women's cross country, men's cross country and volleyball. The six team awards were the most of all SIAC institutions.
    Full story
  • Six Claflin Students Selected For Summer Project In Puerto Rico

    Jun 03, 2015
    Six Claflin University students will travel to Puerto Rico from June 17-27 for a project designed to improve their communications skills in Spanish while serving as goodwill ambassadors. The students will participate in the “Spanish Language Immersion/African Influence in Puerto Rican Language and Culture Project “headed by Dr. Jason Youngkeit, an assistant professor of Spanish at Claflin.
    Full story

Claflin Photos