Commandant of Cadets issues COVID-19 guidance to the Corps

The Commandant of Cadets, Capt. Geno Paluso, USN (Ret.), issued new guidance for the South Carolina Corps of Cadets during the COVID-19 environment.

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First small group of cadets return to campus

Members of the athletic cadre returned to campus early to get special instruction on to train the incoming cadet-athlete recruits.

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Matriculation update: Top 9 takeaways from Class of 2024 Virtual Town Hall

The Citadel President Gen. Walters, Provost Dr. Selden, and Commandant of Cadets Capt. Paluso, led a virtual town hall meeting to discuss Matriculation Day.

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Fall study abroad suspended

Due to the spread and unpredictable nature of COVID-19, Citadel leadership has made the decision to suspend all fall 2020 study abroad programming.

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When COVID hits home

Some in The Citadel family have already felt the costs wrought by the worst pandemic of our lifetime…directly or through their family members.

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Before you return: COVID-19 testing requirements and safety protocols for cadets and students

The Citadel administration has laid out the COVID-19 testing requirements and return protocols, ahead of in-person instruction resuming on August 19.

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Top 6 takeaways from Operation Fall Return 2020 Virtual Town Hall

The Citadel President, Gen. Walters, Provost Dr. Sally Selden and Commandant of Cadets Capt. Paluso, led a virtual town hall for cadets and their parents.

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Citadel President Gen. Glenn Walters holds town hall for alumni

The Citadel has one of the most engaged alumni populations of any college in America. On July 6, Gen. Walters led a town hall specifically for alumni.

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July 8 COVID Update: CARES Act

The CARES Act grants were awarded to Citadel cadets and students based on guidelines from the U.S. Department of Education.

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A message from Sally Selden, Ph.D., provost of The Citadel

“We are shifting our schedule by one week in order to offer our entire semester of classes on campus while still ending classes before Thanksgiving.”

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