Clayton State University has earned the 2016 Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day the Foundation. The designation recognizes the University’s commitment to effective urban forest management on campus.
Former history professor Dr. Gene Hatfield passes
Clayton State University ranks among top 25 Atlanta colleges for high enrollment
Clayton State University seeks to become national model with launch of five-year strategic plan
Clayton State University Will Receive up to 1.6 Million to Increase Student Accessibility to High Quality Childcare
Clayton State University earns high rankings for nursing excellence
Clayton State University’s online dental hygiene degree program tops online college rankings
Clayton State celebrates National Voter Registration Day
Maia Kuhnen becomes first Clayton State student-athlete to reach Top-30 for NCAA Woman of the Year
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The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was remembered during Clayton State University’s second annual MLK Commemorative celebration. Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Student Activities Center to hear spoken word and song in honor of the Civil Rights pioneer.
House and Senate were in session Tuesday morning at the Georgia Capitol ready to engage with Clayton State University. Nearly 100 students, faculty and staff visited the statehouse on Jan. 10 for Capitol Day at Clayton State.
University President Dr. Tim Hynes was named one of 100 Most Influential Georgians of 2017 by Georgia Trend magazine. This year’s list focuses on notable Georgians who wield power—those who display leadership and influence everyday citizens.
The Laker Connection magazine is a bi-annual publication of the Clayton State Office of Marketing and Communications.