Citadel Class of 2024 pledges loyalty

The Citadel Class of 2024, 696 cadet recruits strong, stood in formation on Summerall Field, taking the Cadet Oath at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020.

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The Citadel Provost, Dr. Sally Selden, featured as woman of influence

The Citadel’s highest ranking woman interviewed by reporter Jenna Schiferl for The Post & Courier’s We the Women series.

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The Class of 2024 reports to campus

The full Class of 2024 reported to campus throughout Saturday, August 8, joining the more than 600 cadets who were already on campus.

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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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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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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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Class of 2024 marches forward with Virtual Fourth-Class Orientation

About 700 young men and women are preparing for success before entering The Citadel as cadet recruits, who will comprise the Class of 2024.

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Back on campus: it is our duty to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19

Operation Fall Return 2020 sets conditions for cadets and students to return to an adapted face-to-face instruction and training model.

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Faculty heading into retirement with finesse after decades of leadership

In all, 13 members of The Citadel faculty retired after the 2019-2020 academic year, but their contributions will continue to be felt on campus.

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