The Citadel is staging poolees for observation due to COVID-19 before shipping to boot camp

The Citadel is temporarily staging incoming poolees headed for recruit training for 14 days for observation due to COVID-19.

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May 1 COVID Update

The Citadel takes the safety of our employees and those in the campus community seriously. The following protocols apply as employees return to campus.

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Mrs. Redmond: the angel of the Corps

She’s been through eight commandants and 35 regimental commanders. Two of her four sons are graduates. One grandson is a graduate, and in 2021, another grandson will graduate.

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April 28 COVID Update

The Citadel has a unique opportunity to assist The Marine Corps in training the next generation of Americans answering the call to service to our nation.

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Marine recruits to stage at The Citadel for observation prior to Parris Island

The arrangement was made to enable the Marines to observe recruits to detect possible cases of COVID-19 prior to them entering the base on Parris Island.

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April 27 COVID Update

Early May, as outlined below, is the time for cadets from 1st, 4th, and 5th Battalions to retrieve their belongings; cadets will have two date options.

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COVID-19 Employee Emergency Fund Program

The Citadel Foundation established a new gift fund that provides resources and flexibility to respond to the health crisis as it impacts The Citadel.

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Upstate commercial lab, founded by Citadel alum, first in SC to test for COVID-19

Kevin Murdock, Class of 1992, founded Premier Medical Laboratory Services, the first private SC commercial testing facility to test for COVID-19.

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Photos: Citadel cadets return to clean barracks

Citadel cadets in the 2nd and 3rd Battalions returned to campus to clean their rooms inside the Law and Padgett-Thomas Barracks.

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The Citadel Tailor Shop steps up to help keep campus co-workers healthy

The Tailor Shop would normally be busy right now with uniform needs for commencement. But with cadets away, the staff made a new way to help their community.

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