Transformational gift to The Citadel will establish new Krause School of Leadership and Ethics

The new school will unite the existing Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics and the college’s Department of Leadership Studies into a single entity, forming the college’s sixth major academic school.

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Citadel alumnus honors family legacy with $3.5 million dollar gift to The Citadel’s School of Engineering

Thanks to a generous gift through The Citadel Foundation, the college will soon be improving and enhancing its offerings through the School of Engineering.

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Capers Hall Replacement Project made possible by help from hundreds of Citadel alumni and supporters

As it nears completion this summer, the Capers Hall Replacement Project will result in a building equipped with cutting-edge technology and educational opportunities for thousands of Citadel cadets and students.

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Looking ahead to the major events of 2023-24

Dates of The Citadel’s biggest events for the upcoming academic year The dates for many of the big events, as well as the Bulldogs football schedule, for the 2023 –

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Citadel alumni make rings a reality for deserving cadets

Earning a Citadel ring is one of the pinnacles of a cadet career, but for some, the worry of financial cost can make this milestone seem unattainable. Because of this,

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The Citadel nears victory in raising $200,000 for full scholarships to Ukrainian citizens

As some parts of the world celebrate Victory Day, The Citadel community remains committed to supporting the pillars of democracy across the globe. In less than one week, The Citadel

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The Citadel announces $100,000 matching fundraiser to provide full scholarships to two Ukrainian citizens

“Fulfilling this challenge will provide a total of $200,000 to train two Ukrainian citizens as principled, Citadel leaders.”

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Andy Warlick, ’79, named 2022 Krause award recipient, addressing Corps of Cadets April 12

An alumnus, lauded for his dedication to The Citadel mission of developing principled leaders and for his integrity as an executive in the global textile industry, is again being honored by his alma mater.

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Dr. John Palms, ’58, honored by The Citadel’s Krause Center for Leadership and Ethics

“We are very excited to honor and recognize Dr. John Palms as the 2020 recipient of the Krause Center for Leadership & Ethics award…”

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Prominent Greenville developer, philanthropist and evangelist Walt Brashier has died

Walt Brashier’s donation established the T. Walter Brashier Family Scholarship. He was not a Citadel alum, but his son and two grandsons are.

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