Majority of South Carolina colleges going virtual after Thanksgiving break

They’re going to take their exams remotely, reducing that movement on public transportation and airlines and reducing that possibility of having COVID-19 come back to campus.

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The Citadel looks to prevent spreading COVID amid holiday travel

All year long, officials have tried to make the campus something of a bubble to keep the virus controlled.

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Citadel buckling down with holiday furlough just around the corner

Cadets will not be granted leave before the furlough departure. They will, however, be able to enjoy food trucks, increased intramural activities and outdoor games.

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A first place prize for “Pride”

Two cadets will be named a Henry Dale Smith Public Speaking Award Winner at the college’s annual Commencement Week Awards Convocation.

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Spring 2021 Course Registration Updates

Due to COVID-19, The college is making adjustments to offer maximum flexibility and opportunity to maintain or accelerate academic progress.

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Business as usual at The Citadel

There is nothing ordinary about The Citadel, including the way the college is responding to the challenges presented by the coronavirus.

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Drilling down into the details; freshmen cadets compete in Kelly Cup 2020

One company can spend the year bragging about the quality of their military training after ten of their freshmen cadets proved best-drilled.

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Upcoming News from The Citadel – October 2020

A look at some of the events happening in and around The Citadel’s campus, including a virtual town hall for parents and more.

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No Parents Weekend October 2 – 4 due to COVID-19 precautions

College providing Sept. 25 Ring Presentation livestream and individual photos; Parents Weekend events scheduled for October 2-4 cancelled

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A COVID-19 progress update from the President of The Citadel

I am cautiously optimistic from the results I’ve seen so far that we can complete the academic year in-person.

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