Founded in 1842, The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, offers a classic military college education for individuals focused on leadership excellence and academic distinction.
The story of The Citadel is one of compelling vision and rich tradition. Since its founding in 1842, The Citadel has sought to prepare its graduates intellectually, physically and morally to be productive citizens in all walks of life. Remaining true to this vision, The Citadel strives to instill in students the core values of Honor, Duty and Respect in a disciplined academic environment and to prepare its graduates to understand their obligations as citizens and to become principled leaders in their chosen field of endeavor. Spanning three centuries, The Citadel's enduring legacy of service to the state of South Carolina and the nation is a tradition of which its founding fathers would be justly proud. Citadel graduates have participated in many of the pivotal events in the history of the United States and have fought in every American war since the Mexican War of 1846. Alumni have achieved prominence in such diverse fields as military and government service, science and engineering, education, literature, business, the medical and legal professions and theology. For 175 years, Citadel graduates have answered the call to serve. As an institution that builds character, educates the mind and develops principled leaders, The Citadel embraces the timeless values that have always served this country well. Drawing from a foundation of character, academics, military and fitness, The Citadel’s strong sense of purpose and community will remain relevant for generations to come.
Mission: As a higher education institution, The Citadel’s mission is to educate and develop our students to become principled leaders in all walks of life by instilling the core values of The Citadel in a disciplined and intellectually challenging environment.
On this day, we recommit ourselves to living The Citadel’s core values of Honor, Duty, and Respect. #Juneteenth2020
The tragedy of the Emanuel 9 massacre affected all of the Lowcountry, including The Citadel family. In addition to losing nine irreplaceable members of the community, The Citadel lost a double alumna who was dedicated to giving back, Rev. Myra Thompson. https://bit.ly/313YX9F
today.citadel.edu In 2015, The Citadel Graduate College lost a double alumna who was dedicated to giving back and educatinng others -- Rev. Myra Thompson.
At one time, from 1957-1959, Wise was a member of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Then, it got complicated. Now, 61 years later, he graduated as a member of The Citadel Class of 2020. https://bit.ly/2UP4jS5
today.citadel.edu "I worked as many as three part-time jobs at once to get by. Still, I always regretted not being able to finish my degree at The Citadel with my class in 1961."
Four cadets at The Citadel will complete their junior and senior years as South Carolina’s first CyberCorps® scholars. https://bit.ly/3d9mp7D
today.citadel.edu First S.C. CyberCorps Scholarship for Service cadets selected to begin program this fall Four cadets at The Citadel will complete their junior and senior years as South Carolina’s first CyberCorps®
The Citadel Board of Visitors voted unanimously not to raise tuition for the 2020-2021 academic year during a meeting on June 12. https://bit.ly/30Dz3ZS
today.citadel.edu “The Board is united in the decision to freeze tuition at last year’s rate for the coming academic year,” said Col. Fred L. Price Jr., BOV chair.
In all, 13 members of The Citadel faculty retired after the 2019-2020 academic year. Though they spent their final months working remotely due to the pandemic, their departure was and will continue to be felt and their contributions, lasting. https://bit.ly/3hlHqPB
today.citadel.edu In all, 13 members of The Citadel faculty retired after the 2019-2020 academic year, but their contributions will continue to be felt on campus.
With more than five decades of excellence in his specialties, Dr. Adelman has garnered a laudable reputation as an exemplary astronomer and educator. https://bit.ly/3feJ97B
today.citadel.edu The world's premier publisher of biographical profiles, is proud to present Saul J. Adelman, PhD, with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
Brig. Gen. David L. Odom, a Hartsville native and 1991 graduate of The Citadel, assumed command of 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade last Friday at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. https://bit.ly/3faMXqk
today.citadel.edu After a change of command ceremony, Brig. Gen. David L. Odom, Citadel Class of 1991, is now the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade's commanding general.
Class of 2020––looking for something to hang up on the wall at your new place? Head over to The Citadel Photo Store to purchase a commemorative print of your Class Formation.
You can buy yours here: bit.ly/2Ym9GJp
The Master of Education is one of the most popular degrees within The Citadel Graduate College Class of 2020. Here's what some of our graduates from the Zucker Family School of Education are up to next. https://bit.ly/2zePpNr
today.citadel.edu The second most popular degree for The Citadel Graduate College Class of 2020 was a Master of Education. Meet some of its graduates who are good to go.
Supply Chain Management is essential for almost every business or organization. That’s why The Citadel is working to meet the need by offering a degree in Supply Chain Management, guided by professors who are experts in the field. https://bit.ly/2XUIW2o
today.citadel.edu The Baker School of Business is working to meet the need by offering a degree in Supply Chain Management, guided by professors who are experts in the field.
It’s a tense and difficult time in America. But that’s the kind of environment where principled leaders stand tall to help. Two members of The Citadel family—one current and one former cadet—are working to give back to the Charleston community. https://bit.ly/2XTiSEI
today.citadel.edu Two servant leaders from The Citadel family — one current and one former cadet — are working to give back to the Charleston community.
The long-standing cyber insecurity of the healthcare industry puts patient safety at risk, now more than ever. https://bit.ly/2XYv1ID
today.citadel.edu Lieutenant Derek Bernsen, a member of The Citadel Class of 2013, is a Naval officer with an expertise in cyberspace operations.
The Citadel’s Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Center is unequivocally committed to equipping “the next generation of strategic leaders and thinkers to break down racial hierarchies and dismantle the belief in the hierarchy of human value.” https://bit.ly/3dyL7iE
today.citadel.edu "We cannot just acknowledge recent tragedies or merely use them to raise awareness of the problem; we must heal the root cause of the problem."
“He’s a blessing for this school. He changed this school forever. Just standing up and embracing the difference, that’s something amazing.” https://bit.ly/3eP170b
today.citadel.edu The first African American cadet graduated from The Citadel in 1970. One year later, the school hired its first black barber to groom cadets of color.
"We may not see hope in the burning rubble of a convenient store, but there is still hope. We may not see hope in angry protests, but there is hope. We may not see hope in death, but there is." https://bit.ly/2z3CopS
today.citadel.edu Rev. Karen Lewis Crawford, CGC Class of 2004, became the first African American woman ordained in the South Carolina Wesleyan Church last fall.
"In times like these our Core Values and Principled Leadership can change everything. Educate yourself on the issues, and support your colleagues, friends and neighbors. Be a resource to your community by sharing your time, effort, and energy. Be kind to one another and solve problems. We each can be a powerful solution to our Nation’s challenges." https://bit.ly/2U0Hdrm
today.citadel.edu Citadel Family: The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis brought tremendous pain, anxiety and sadness to communities across our nation, including ours. It is the latest in a series of
Seven members of the South Carolina National Guard (SCNG) are on a 20-day deployment…in The Citadel’s library. The group is helping construct N-95 face masks from 3-D printed materials to protect healthcare workers against COVID-19. https://bit.ly/2zIdJYb
today.citadel.edu Seven members of the South Carolina National Guard are on a 20-day deployment…in The Citadel’s libraryworking to protect healthcare workers against COVID-19
50 years ago today, the first woman to graduate from The Citadel walked the stage to accept her diploma for a master’s degree on May 29, 1970. https://bit.ly/3et1iyf
today.citadel.edu The first woman to graduate from The Citadel walked the stage to accept her diploma for a master’s degree, 50 years ago, on May 29, 1970.
The Citadel is proud to recognize Chris Cantell, Mike Cantrell, Justin Palmer, James McAnally and Dave Drake — employees with Information Technology Services — as the Team of the Year and Henry Bouton as the Employee of the Year for 2020. https://bit.ly/36E2L1R
today.citadel.edu The Citadel is proud to recognize five employees from Information Technology Services as the Team of the Year and Henry Bouton as the Employee of the Year.
The Hon. Marion “Joe” Smoak, the regimental commander for the Class of 1938 and one of our longest-living alumni, dedicated his life to his family and country as a veteran, a lawyer, and through a career in politics and international relations. https://bit.ly/2X2Ohp6
today.citadel.edu The Citadel is remembering one of its longest-living alumni, a member of the Class of 1938, who dedicated his life to his family and country.
Lt. Gen. Thomas James Jr., '85, is the commander of First Army, the oldest and longest established field army of the branch. https://bit.ly/2Zzvu6p
today.citadel.edu Lt. Gen. Thomas James Jr., '85, narriates a video from the First United States Army to remember Memorial Day, by highlighting a World War II soldier.
Duty done, they rest, so we may live free. We are eternally grateful for those who made the ultimate sacrifice both today and every day. Happy Memorial Day.
Despite the inability to host a more traditional event with a crowd, Memorial Day 2020 would not be disregarded by the Association of the U.S. Army local chapters and The Citadel Alumni Association. https://bit.ly/2XqghlL
today.citadel.edu Despite the inability to host a traditional event, Memorial Day 2020 would not be disregarded by the Association of the U.S. Army and the CAA
As the Military College of South Carolina, The Citadel is an obvious college choice, not only for cadets who plan on joining the military, but also for those who have already served. Here’s where some of our 2020 veteran grads are off to next. https://bit.ly/2LKs9cO
today.citadel.edu As The Military College of South Carolina, The Citadel is an obvious choice for those who have already served in the military.
We did it! Thanks to your incredible generosity, we’ve raised more than $1,000,000 from over 2,400 donors today. There’s still 4 hours left to #JoinTheMarch.
P.S.—if we can get a gift from Wyoming, we’ll have all fifty states represented!
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As each spring semester closes, The Citadel recognizes outstanding cadets and active duty students at the college through a series of awards. The Awards Convocation 2020 could not be held, but the achievements of these students are still being celebrated. https://bit.ly/2zJQb4R
today.citadel.edu As each spring semester closes, The Citadel recognizes some of the outstanding cadets and active duty students at the college through a series of awards.
Generosity has a way of bringing communities together and uniting them in times of crisis. The COVID-19 Relief Fund has been critical to our college's success––it has been used to pay hospital bills and even to purchase laptops and WiFi for cadets to enable them to learn online.
Help us continue to ensure that every member of The Citadel Family is taken care of by making a gift here: givecampus.com/4c4irb
During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to come together to support our Citadel Family. Join us today for a special day of giving through The Citadel Foundation. This year, funds can be directed to the COVID-19 Relief Fund, which supports cadets, students, faculty and staff during this time of uncertainty. #JoinTheMarch
Help us reach 1,500 donors in 24 hours by making a gift here: givecampus.com/4c4irb
There are advantages to graduating from one of the 5 oldest engineering programs in America, and one that is consistently ranked in the top 25 nationally. By graduation each May, 85% of Engineering students are employed, with 99% employed within 2 months. https://bit.ly/3e1ZCeD
today.citadel.edu There are distinct advantages for those graduating from one of the five oldest engineering programs in America, and one that is consistently ranked in the top 25 nationally. By graduation
Roughly 30 percent of The Class of 2020 commissioned in the armed services after their graduation––and they gave their first salute over Zoom. https://bit.ly/2AARLq1
today.citadel.edu Soon-to-be-officers joined a Zoom meeting where they practiced the ceremony. Each name was called, cadets gave their salutes remotely.
During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to come together and make an impact. Join us on May 19th for a special day of giving through The Citadel Foundation. This year, funds can be directed to the COVID-19 Relief Fund, which supports cadets, students, faculty and staff during this time of uncertainty. #JoinTheMarch
During this year's virtual commencement experience, Citadel families got creative with their graduation festivities. Jack Crosswhite was sworn in and received his commission as a second lieutenant in the Army in his backyard during his celebration. https://bit.ly/2Lyih5E
today.citadel.edu For Jack Crosswhite, Citadel Class of 2020, the traditions of graduation go beyond getting a diploma and tossing a hat in the air.
Each year, The Citadel Graduate College (CGC) celebrates student excellence in areas of academics, leadership and service. This year the CGC honored more than 20 deserving students and faculty members. https://bit.ly/2LmaQyv
today.citadel.edu More than 20 deserving CGC students and professors are being recognized for excellence in areas of academics, leadership and service.
As military officers, police officers, sheriff’s deputies, cyber security warriors, secret service agents or three-letter-agency operatives, many #Citadel2020 grads will carry on the generations-old sense of duty established by cadets who preceded them. https://bit.ly/3dzdX28
today.citadel.edu Many members of the Class of 2020 will lean in to protect and serve, carrying on the generations-old sense of duty established by cadets who preceded them.
The decision to attend The Citadel is a commitment to be challenged. As a member of the Corps of Cadets, you will join an extraordinary group of young individuals driven by a strong moral code and a desire to make a difference. You are strong, but when you join your classmates, you become part of a team. Together you become resilient. You form lifelong bonds that define who you are. You learn to uphold standards and learn the value of accountability and integrity. And in this process, you realize that you are capable of more than you ever thought.
Choose something different… and you’ll never be the same.
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