The Campaign for The Citadel has raised over $99.9 million toward its $100 million goal. It is the most comprehensive and ambitious fundraising effort ever undertaken at the Military College of South Carolina.
The Citadel will host a joint blood drive with the American Red Cross and the Armed Services Blood Program on Tuesday, in Mark Clark Hall. Blood donations will benefit servicemen and women overseas.
The Citadel’s College of Graduate and Professional Studies name has been changed to The Citadel Graduate College. Changing the name will help people more closely identify and recognize an important part of The Citadel.
The Citadel's Daniel Library Friends’ fall book and lecture series features American military commanders. Programs are free and open to the public.
The 5th annual Rock the Block, an alcohol-free party, will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 on George Street between Coming and St. Philip streets at the College of Charleston. The party will feature live music, food, sodas, a climbing wall, mechanical bull, prizes, and a chance to meet students from other colleges.
In his message to the Corps of Cadets, the 2008 chairman of the Honor Committee says honor is defined as an understanding of ethical conduct and choosing the moral right regardless of the circumstances. To learn more about honor at The Citadel and to see Ben Shotzberger's remarks, click here.
The Citadel invites parents and families to campus Oct. 12-14 to join in our annual Parents’ Weekend festivities. Several improvements have been made to this year's ring presentation, the ring hop and parents' reception. Click here for the details.
The Citadel’s Army ROTC unit’s mission is to train, produce and commission quality officers for the U.S. Army and motivate cadets to be better citizens for America. It is one of three ROTC units on campus. The Marines, Navy and Air Force will be featured in coming weeks.
John Shelton Reed, widely recognized as the leading authority on what constitutes modern Southern identity, will share his observations, research and sense of humor with Citadel cadets this fall. as the Mark W. Clark Visiting Professor of History.
Three noted authors and researchers of Southern history and culture will kick off the fall 2007 Fulghum Lecture Series, created to promote a better understanding of the American South and to help prepare students to be principled leaders in the region.
Today we begin an occasional story series highlighting the unique educational environment at The Citadel. "Service and Leadership" will profile people and events that exemplify "The Citadel Experience," its leadership laboratory and the college's mission of achieving excellence in the education of principled leaders. Today: How do we teach leadership at The Citadel.
Forty-four years after he graduated from The Citadel, the leadership lessons Ben Legare learned as a cadet remain steadfast.