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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From Carolina to Colorado; The Citadel helps students complete their business degrees in seven states

The BSB finalized agreements with five additional two-year schools — adding to the 27 partner-institutions that the school announced in 2019.

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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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What You Need to Know About Becoming an Accounting Major

The Citadel’s accounting major — housed in the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business — is ranked #2 in Regional Universities South.

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Engineering a creative way to hold “hands-on” labs — online

This interactive, virtual lab is currently being offered to evening students currently enrolled in a summer session of a essential engineering course.

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Remembering Myra Thompson, one of the Emanuel 9 and a double Citadel alumna

In 2015, The Citadel Graduate College lost a double alumna who was dedicated to giving back and educatinng others — Rev. Myra Thompson.

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A dubious distinction? Hardly! Meet The Citadel’s 80-year-old, Class of 2020 graduate

“I worked as many as three part-time jobs at once to get by. Still, I always regretted not being able to finish my degree at The Citadel with my class in 1961.”

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Future federal cyber warriors selected for Citadel’s CyberCorps program

First S.C. CyberCorps Scholarship for Service cadets selected to begin program this fall Four cadets at The Citadel will complete their junior and senior years as South Carolina’s first CyberCorps®

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Dr. Daniel Bornstein of The Citadel, Why the CPR3 Exists

Dan Bornstein, Ph.D., director of CPR3 discusses the mission of the Center of addressing some major issues this country faces.

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Citadel board votes unanimously: zero tuition increase for 2020-21

“The Board is united in the decision to freeze tuition at last year’s rate for the coming academic year,” said Col. Fred L. Price Jr., BOV chair.

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