The Citadel ranked #1 in the nation for “Best online colleges for veterans”

The best online colleges for military veterans give them the ability to work with their instructor and classmates around their schedule while gaining the education necessary to further their degree.

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Final round of the Baker Business Bowl finds new home in Bastin Hall

An annual tradition with the Baker School of Business has a new home on campus — Bastin Hall, the new headquarters for the business school.

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Pearson, Williams take new leadership roles in school district

Jessica Williams earned a Master of Education in Elementary School Education degree from The Citadel Graduate College in 2002.

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PayScale: Citadel grads’ career pay #1 out of SC public colleges and universities

“The best universities in South Carolina for early career median salary include The Citadel — Military College of South Carolina and Clemson University.”

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Hospital Sisters Health System announces new President and CEO, Damond Boatwright, ’94

The Corps’ Honor Code, a cadet does not lie, cheat, or steal, nor tolerate those who do,’ built inside of me a high level of integrity to help guide my decision making through many challenging times.”

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Larry L. Melton, Jr., PMP, Named Vice Chair of Dewberry Board of Directors

Larry Melton Jr., a member of The Citadel Class of 1984, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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#VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Ashley Towers

After her service, she earned a BA in Intelligence and Security Studies from The Citadel and is the Student Veterans Association president.

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Charleston native transforming warehouse into new fitness site Ethos

The 34-year-old Citadel graduate is spending about three-quarters of a million dollars to renovate and outfit his own gym on Huger Street.

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Remembering Col. Robert S. Adden, The Citadel Class of ’44

As seen on Jhenrystuhr.tributes.com Robert S. Adden, 98, a long time resident of Charleston, passed away peacefully on March 6, 2021 after a brief hospitalization in Reston, Virginia. Born January 1, 1923

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With a Citadel graduate serving as navigator, Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle’ to be in Charleston with free port-side exhibits

Lt. Will Singletary, the navigator of the Coast Guard tall ship ‘Eagle,’ is a native of Charleston and a 2013 graduate of The Citadel.

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