About Our College
Carolina is one of the leading arts & science colleges in the USA. It was founded back in 1990.
The history of the Carolina College of Arts and Science begins with the founding of the college by John Gilstone, a prominent resident of Columbia. We are a vibrant accredited learning institution with a big choice of undergraduate and graduate degree programs designed for working professionals.
At Carolina College of Arts and Science, you do more than just earn a degree. You also define your future, find your way to success personally, socially and professionally. You benefit from:
● Convenient schedules with offline & online classes● Scholarship opportunities making your education affordable● Accelerated timetable to earn your degree faster● Personalized assistance to jump-start your career
The years you spend in college will give you not only a degree but also new friends, many hobbies, ways of broadening your horizons, and much more.
— Inclusion & Diversity
We foster diversity, equity, and inclusion across the global network of educational institutions in the USA.
— Hobby Clubs
College is more than just classes and lectures. Our students organize themselves into a variety of hobby groups.
— Student Success
Partnering offices across Carolina to positively affect retention, graduation, and the overall experience of our students.
Why Choose Us
Still have some hesitations which college to enter?
Every month, we run a variety of activities that are useful for current students and applicants. We advise you to check our calendar more often! Check out the latest events at Carolina below.
What Our Students Say
Many students from all over the world choose our college each year. Let them tell you why.
Education at Carolina
Our college offers students not only effective but also the most comfortable education.
The cost of education is a matter of concern for many students, many of whom would not be able to study at Carolina without financial aid. Whatever your family's financial circumstances are, paying for college will require significant financial resources over the next several years.
— Dates and Deadlines
All students should apply for financial aid every year. If you miss a financial aid priority deadline, you still can file the FAFSA and will be considered for federal student aid but funds become increasingly limited.
● If you have not applied yet, do so immediately.● Late CSS Profile applications will not be accepted. ● The FAFSA can be filed at any time.
2824 Chestnut StColumbia, SC 29204