Clayton State's Student Veterans Association and the Veterans Resource Center hosted a Veterans Day memorial ceremony on Monday, Nov. 13 to commemorate those who have served and are currently serving in the armed forces, particularly Clayton State student veterans.
Keith T. Parker
President and Chief Executive Officer
Goodwill of North Georgia
When your manager calls a team meeting to tell all employees their jobs are in jeopardy, many individuals would be scared or simply wait it out and hope for the best. Not Perry Slaughter, though. Slaughter ‘00 decided his “Plan B” would be to leave Delta and open his own running specialty store, Run Fit Sports.
If there is anyone that can motivate an audience, its Judge Glenda Hatchett.
Clayton State University was ranked among the “Top 50 Most Affordable MBA Programs” by topmanagementdegrees.com.
Clayton State’s School of Nursing is getting high praise for being a great option for aspiring nurses.
A few scattered showers didn’t stop Clayton State students from giving back to the community in a big way last Saturday.
Official fall 2017 enrollment numbers released by the University System of Georgia shows Clayton State University grew to 7,003 students.
A group of women veterans discussed the role of women in the military during a panel discussion and Q&A sponsored by Clayton State Library last Wednesday.
Winners of the annual “Making Things Better” awards were announced in a ceremony held last Tuesday. President Tim Hynes recognized faculty, staff, campus departments, and organizations that go above and beyond to make the campus and the community better.