Citadel alumnus, Board of Visitors member named First African-American military judge in South Carolina history

“To hold this role for the military is a dream come true and something I have been working for since becoming a JAG Officer.”

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The Citadel Board of Visitors welcomes new member, Bill Connor

Colonel William M. (Bill) Connor, V, USA (Ret.), ’90, will join The Citadel Board of Visitors as its newest member on July 1, 2021.

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The Citadel board keeps freeze in place: no tuition increases again for 2021-2022 academic year

The Citadel Board of Visitors voted not to raise tuition for the 2021-2022 academic year during a meeting on June 11.

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The Citadel presents honorary degrees to dedicated servant leaders

The Citadel Board of Visitors presented honorary degrees to the five recipients from 2021 during the commencement ceremonies on May 8 and 9.

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The Citadel Board of Visitors elects new chair, vice chair

Col. Dylan W. Goff, Class of 2002 was elected chair, and Col. Peter M. McCoy Sr., Class of 1974, was re-elected as vice chair.

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Top principled leaders honored with Palmetto Awards during Freshmen Oath Renewal Ceremony

This year’s Corps Day Weekend looked a bit different — but that did not stop The Citadel from presenting the Palmetto Medal Award.

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Citadel board votes on tuition rates for 2021-22 academic year

The need for 2.5% increase was explained by the Vice President of Finance and Business as a means of continuing the college’s solid financial footing.

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Citadel Board of Visitors elects new chair, vice chair

The Citadel Board of Visitors elected Col. Myron C. Harrington Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, (Ret.), ’60, as Board chair.

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Statement by Col. Myron Harrington, U.S. Marine Corps, (retired), ’60 Chair The Citadel Board of Visitors

As Chair, I want to reassure our entire campus community that our Board of Visitors intends to continue performing our duties.

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Commentary: Goldfinch’s power play hurt Citadel, all SC colleges

“As a Citadel graduate who served as a state senator from Charleston for 12 years and a member of the Citadel Board of Visitors for eight years, I find the whole situation extremely troubling.”

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