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Coker University Partners with Rize to Offer New Academic Programs


Coker University excitedly announces two new academic offerings that students can start studying in Fall 2022. These new programs are available to Coker students through a strategic partnership with Rize Education, which provides access to cutting-edge curricula so Coker students can prepare for successful careers in high-growth and high-paying fields upon graduation.

Coker University Awarded UB Grant for Students from Local High Schools


Coker University has recently been awarded a TRIO Upward Bound (UB) grant for the 22/23 academic year, and will be supported for up to five years. UB will serve 60 students at four local high schools: Darlington, Dillon, Hartsville, and Marion. The Upward Bound program is one of eight Federal Trio Programs (TRIO) designed to identify and provide services to students with the goal of ​ increasing the rate at which participants complete high school and enroll in and graduate from college. Coker University also has a funded TRIO Student Support Services grant, which provides academic support to 140 Coker students. Those who complete the UB program will be granted automatic admission to Coker University. 

Coker University Recognizes 189 Students for Academic Achievement


Hartsville, S.C. – (June 13th, 2022)  – One hundred eighty nine Coker University students were recognized on the President’s List or Dean’s List for earning a 4.0 or 3.75 GPA respectively for the 2022 spring semester.