Ben Legare was presented with the Order of the Palmetto, the state highest civilian award, during the Friday, Aug. 31, dress parade. The Order of the Palmetto is awarded for extraordinary lifetime achievement and service to the state and nation.
After 56 years away, Papa Company was reactived Friday, Aug. 31, during a military dress parade. Increased enrollment in the South Carolina Corps of Cadets led to the reactivation of P Company.
Gary Durante of Mount Pleasant has been named to a one-year appointment as the John S. Grinalds Leader-in-Residence at The Citadel.
Citadel photographer Russ Pace captures breath taking images of campus life. Watch a slide show of matriculation for the Class of 2011. Click here.
The Citadel’s new Office of Fellowships has officially opened with the launch of its website. Dedicated to identifying and preparing students for national and international fellowships, this new office streamlines the application process for students.
Friday afternoon military dress parade featuring the South Carolina Corps of Cadets and the Regimental Band and Pipes returns at 3:45 p.m. Aug. 31.
With the return of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets on Aug. 19, came the return of P Company. P Company will be housed in Stevens Barracks and will share responsibility with Palmetto Battery for the off-campus color guard details
The Citadel is the only South Carolina college that combines a quality education with outstanding value, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
They come from 42 states in the nation and 10 foreign countries, including Australia and Canada. The 657 men and 53 women who make up the Class of 2011 are the largest freshmen class to enter The Citadel in 30 years.
The Class of 2011 is introduced to President Lt. Gen. John Rosa and Commandant of Cadets Col. Greg Stone as part of their military training and the start of their development as future leaders.
The Class of 2011 - the largest class in 30 years - reported to The Citadel on Aug. 11 for academic orientation and military training. In the Class of 2011 are 53 are women and 657 are men.
For the 15th consecutive year, The Citadel's Tau Iota chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, was one of only 13 chapters nationwide to be named an Honor Chapter by the National Executive Committee.
The Citadel School of Engineering is accepting students in the Technical Project Management Graduate Certificate Program. Classes for the two-year program begin Aug. 20. The classes, which are open to students with and without an engineering background, will meet Monday evenings at the Lowcountry Graduate Center.