Deputy Secretary of State Richard Verma visits with Citadel cadets and students

Many Citadel cadets and students now have a new, inside perspective into how America manages its place in the global community.

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For 13th consecutive year, The Citadel is named #1 Public University in the South by U.S. News & World Report

“Both the contributions and outcomes of our cadets, students, faculty, staff and supporters have made our long-running success possible, and we appreciate the recognition of that hard work.”

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The Citadel to resume normal operations Friday, Sept. 1

Due to Hurricane Idalia, The Citadel will operate classes remotely on Thursday, August 31. Cadets and students will attend their classes online at their regularly scheduled time. Administrative offices will remain closed. Personnel should check with their supervisors regarding work requirements for Thursday.

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The Citadel Board of Visitors votes on tuition for 2023-24 academic year

During a meeting in June, The Citadel Board of Visitors unanimously voted to not raise in-state cadet tuition for the 2023-24 academic year.

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The Citadel Board of Visitors elects new chair

Col. F. G. “Greg” Delleney Jr., ’74, was elected chair, and Col. Peter M. McCoy Sr., ’74, was re-elected as vice chair for the one year remaining in his term.

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Preparing for The Citadel Class of 2023 commencement ceremonies

On May 6, more than 1,000 cadets and students from the Class of 2023 will graduate from The Citadel.

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Celebrating The Citadel’s 2023 Palmetto Medal Award recipients

Six individuals who embody the college’s definition of principled leaders were chosen for the Palmetto Medal Award this year.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – April 2023

A look at some of the events happening on campus, including a spring football game, Accepted Student Day, Bulldog Challenge and more.

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The Citadel names Dr. Michael Livingston as first-ever Distinguished Professor

Citadel English professor Michael Livingston, Ph.D., was recently appointed as the first-ever Citadel Distinguished Professor.

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