Getting here for Matriculation Day: A message from the Commandant of Cadets

To the Class of 2026, We are looking forward to your arrival on campus August 13. Matriculation Day is the first, and one of the most significant, milestones from your

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No tuition increases for The Citadel’s cadets and students in 2022-23

The Citadel Board of Visitors (BOV) voted not to raise tuition for the 2022-2023 academic year during a June meeting.

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Citadel School of Engineering recognizes current and future leaders in profession

By Melissa West, with The Citadel School of Engineering Five alumni — servant leaders in their field — are the newest members of The Citadel Academy of Engineers. At the

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WalletHub asks Citadel professor about best credit cards for young adults

Paul Meeks is a professor of practice in the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business who also supervises the Student Managed Investment Fund.

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The Citadel’s ROTC program ranked best in nation

“The Citadel packs a powerful punch.” Many ROTC graduates enter the Army, Air Force, Space Force, Navy and Marine Corps every year.

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Vertical flying vehicle airfield project earns cadets $10,000 award and skills for new roles as engineering professionals

A “vertiport,” for electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles, could be inspired by designs developed by engineering cadets and students from The Citadel.

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The Citadel holds connection to new Netflix movie starring Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen

A new movie features a World War II submarine which has been part of a monument on The Citadel campus for decades.

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Money magazine ranks Citadel #1 in SC, #78 nationally

The Citadel is ranked #1 in SC. When looking at the complete, national list, The Citadel comes in at #78, followed by Clemson at #162.

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The Citadel’s summer Executive Leadership Academy to offer two professional development opportunities

In July, The Citadel will host two opportunities for professionals to develop their leadership skills as they begin to progress in their careers.

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Change-leading Citadel researcher and professor earns accolade from SC governor

Weinstein’s research on microplastics, especially the discovery of microscopic tire particles in coastal waters, has gained both national and international attention.

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