A message from Sally Selden, Ph.D., provost of The Citadel

“We are shifting our schedule by one week in order to offer our entire semester of classes on campus while still ending classes before Thanksgiving.”

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Save the date: Get the information you need for Operation Fall Return 2020 from Citadel leadership

All efforts are focused on setting conditions for cadets and students to return to an adapted face-to-face instruction and training model.

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Summerville woman helps strangers stay healthy at The Citadel

Amanda Workman, who has no connection to The Citadel, proceeded to make 200 “ear savers,” plastic extenders for face masks, for the college.

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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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The Citadel implements enhanced disinfecting procedures ahead of cadets’ return

Ahead of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets’ arrival on campus, the school plans to implement heavy sanitizing procedures beginning on July 1st.

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Citadel remote learning being strengthened to reinforce program agility for 2020-21

The Corps of Cadets achieved grades consistent with historic norms for spring semester, even after the emergency transition to online learning.

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June 18 COVID Update

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided The Citadel with $1.249 million, which is 50% of the total funds received under Section 1804(a)(1) of the CARES Act.

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S.C. Guard deployed to Citadel for face mask building effort

Seven members of the South Carolina National Guard are on a 20-day deployment…in The Citadel’s libraryworking to protect healthcare workers against COVID-19.

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COVID Update: Gen Walters holds Town Hall for faculty and staff

Gen. Glenn Walters, USMC (Ret.), president of The Citadel, held a virtual Town Hall, via Zoom, to discuss the campus’s Return-to-Work Protocol and answer questions from faculty and staff.

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May 14 COVID Update

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provided The Citadel with $1.249 million for student grants.

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