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We have moved!

Collegiate Recovery Program has moved to the Education Center Room 106.

The program’s new suite has a lounge, meeting space and also a separate study space/computer lab.

What is Sobriety?

What are the Open Meetings?

  • The Tuesday evening open meetings are open to any student interested in learning more about what being in recovery is about.
  • The meetings will answer these questions:
    • What is sobriety?
    • What is recovery?
    • What does it take?
    • Is it for me?
    • How do I support a friend in recovery?
  • The group will be facilitated by Wood Marchant, CRP Director and a sober alum of the College of Charleston.
  • This will be an open forum to ask questions and learn about sobriety in a discreet setting.

Member Meetings will start up soon for Fall, 2018-2019 in our new location - the Education Center, Room 106.

  • Meetings for members are held in the CRP Lounge.
  • These meetings focus on recovery-related issues and challenges one may face as a recovering young person and student.
  • The CRP Lounge provides a safe space for students to study, get together and to plan social events on and off campus.
  • A focus on community-service is part of the CRP as students will collectively find and work with local community partners.
  • Another important aspect of the program is helping students plan for their post-graduate careers by having sober community members who work in various fields come speak to students to provide guidance and perspective.

To become a member of the CRP

  • Fill out this application and
  • Meet with Wood Marchant, Director of the CRP, for an interview.


  • Please contact Wood Marchant with any questions  
  • 843.953.6630 or
  • Call or text Wood at 843.693.5975

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