Learning Through Engagement

The participants in the summer SUCCEED program devote eight weeks to working with high-risk youth in a variety of settings. This summer they collectively served more than 5,000 hours with high-risk youth in 16 community settings.


The Plastic Breakdown

As plastic pollution continues to spiral out of control and have an alarming impact on the environment, the need for hard data about the damage caused by plastic pollution is more critical than ever.


Earning The Bubble

2nd Lt. Garret Usrey, ’19, was the only Citadel cadet and one of 11 ROTC students from across the country to pass pre-dive school at Eglin Air Force Base.


Making The Jump

With the help of The Citadel’s Army ROTC department, Brennan Textor recruited Army contract cadets to participate in a study to investigate the relationship between jumping biomechanical characteristics and performance in the ACFT.

The D.C. Experience

In its fourth year, the Career Center’s Citadel in D.C. program has become a popular summer choice for students who want to take advantage of the networking opportunities of The Citadel Club of Greater Washington and earn valuable internship experience in the city where the nation’s hottest debates are taking place.

The Legacy of Charles Foster

In the annals of Citadel history, Charles Foster’s story is one of strength and determination. May 2020 will mark the 50-year anniversary of his graduation, and today cadets and alumni continue to celebrate his achievement. We sat down with some of them to find out what his story means to them.