The Citadel welcomes new Chief Information Officer

In September, The Citadel will welcome Leonard Niebo, an internationally recognized expert in higher education technology.

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First Black superintendent in Berkeley County strives to bring district into the future

Deon Jackson graduated from the South Carolina Corps of Cadets in 1999 and from The Citadel Graduate College in both 2005 and 2013.

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The Citadel to Host 76ers for Training Camp

The Philadelphia 76ers will conduct one week of preseason training camp inside McAlister Field House from Sept. 27-Oct. 2.

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Three Ukrainian cadet-recruits begin academic careers as their nation marks its Independence Day

The first day of classes is especially important to three Ukrainian cadet-recruits who arrived on campus as part of the Class of 2026.

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Learning to lead: cadets get specialized training to guide the next generation of Citadel cadets

The group of cadets tasked with instructing the incoming class returned to campus early in order to get the training that will make them effective leaders.

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Preparing to welcome the Class of 2026

Members of The Citadel Class of 2026 — which will be one of the largest classes in the college’s history — will arrive on campus Saturday, Aug. 13.

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Cadets and students spend their summer serving and learning in Africa

“In the first day, I learned that language barriers do not inhibit you from giving the gifts of hope and comfort.”

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Medal of Honor recipients speak to incoming Citadel freshman

Medal of Honor recipients Walter “Joe” Marm and James McCloughan spoke to the future cadets about leadership.

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Getting the most out of MUSC’s partnership with The Citadel

All cadets should sign up for MUSC’s “MyChart” before arriving for the fall semester to take full advantage of these new services and receive quick and timely treatment.

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