Elizabeth Roberts


Elizabeth Roberts '14, M.A.
Associate Director of Admission

Born and raised in several South Carolina small towns, Elizabeth is a College of Charleston Honors College alumna. During her time at the College, she studied sociology and participated in the Bonner Leader Program and as many Alternative Break trips as she could. 

Elizabeth's region: TBD

When will Elizabeth be in your area? travel-schedule

Connect with Elizabeth:  decarioc@cofc.edu   @cofc_rebecca

Get to know Elizabeth:

Where are you from?

Greenwood, South Carolina.

What did you study in college?


Are we a College of Charleston alumni?


What advice do you have for prospective students?

Whenever you visit a college, take time to hang out on the campus (separate from your tour group) and try to imagine yourself as a student there. That moment of individual reflection can tell you so much as you make decisions.

What is your favorite Charleston tradition?

The Honors College has an additional ceremony for graduating seniors that is incredibly personal and meaningful.

What is your favorite spot on campus?

Halsey Art Gallery.

What hobby do you wish you had more time for?


What is your favorite place to eat in Charleston?

Santi's Restaurante.

What is your favorite off-campus hangout?

The courtyard at Kudu.

What celebrity would play you in the movie of your life?

Tina Fey.

Do you have pets?

A small gray kitty named Frannie and a large orange kitty named Whiskey.

What talent do you have that would surprise your friends?

I can, at any given time, tell you the current English Premier League table standings.

What is the moment you knew you were a Charlestonian?

When I knew which streets to avoid on rainy/high tide days.

What is the best concert you have seen in Charleston?

Carolina Chocolate Drops at the Charleston Music Hall.

What is the hardest class you have ever taken?

CHEM 112 - but Dr. Rogers was one of my all-time favorite professors!

If you could go to college again, what major would you choose?

Add History as a double major.

What is the last great book that you have read?

Denmark Vesey's Garden.

If you weren't an admissions counselor, what would you be?

A writer.