Killing COVID-19 germs on campus, step by step

We are taking a multi-layered and generously resourced approach that provides ongoing, carefully mapped out cleaning and disinfection to keep our campus as safe as possible.

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The Citadel to use new technology to enhance virtual learning

Classrooms at The Citadel are now equipped with new technology called Swivl that helps brings the in-class experience to virtual learning via Zoom.

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Academic plan details for Operation Fall Return 2020

This description of the plan related to academic operations is broken into two sections — Healthy Environments and Healthy Operations.

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More than 50 freshmen athletes recruits report to campus

The first 55 cadet-recruits of the Class of 2024 are receiving the first stage of their Citadel education after reporting to campus on July 29.

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Campus COVID-19 Case Tracker updated daily

The Citadel will update the number of cases daily, every Monday – Friday, on the COVID-19 Case Tracker located at the top of the special COVID-19 webpage.

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Commandant of Cadets issues COVID-19 guidance to the Corps

The Commandant of Cadets, Capt. Geno Paluso, USN (Ret.), issued new guidance for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets during the COVID-19 environment.

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First small group of cadets return to campus

Members of the athletic cadre returned to campus early to get special instruction on to train the incoming cadet-athlete recruits.

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Matriculation update: Top 9 takeaways from Class of 2024 Virtual Town Hall

The Citadel President Gen. Walters, Provost Dr. Selden, and Commandant of Cadets Capt. Paluso, led a virtual town hall meeting to discuss Matriculation Day.

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Fall study abroad suspended

Due to the spread and unpredictable nature of COVID-19, Citadel leadership has made the decision to suspend all fall 2020 study abroad programming.

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When COVID hits home

Some in The Citadel family have already felt the costs wrought by the worst pandemic of our lifetime…directly or through their family members.

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