It’s impossible not to see that Tasha Oliver and her daughter, Cierra Patterson, are mother and daughter. From their bubbly personality to their dark rimmed glasses, the two are inseparable.
Representatives from the local civil engineering and aviation industries will speak to hundreds of graduates during Spring commencement on Saturday, May 6.
Aaron Panlilio’s (B.S. ’16) connection to Clayton State University didn’t start as a freshman. It actually begin as an excursion for him and his siblings while his sister learned to play the violin.
Clayton State University’s Department of Campus Life has taken steps to bring awareness to the issue and partnered with AmeriCorps for the third year in a row to host the annual Hunger Banquet and Homelessness Sleep out on Nov. 18.
The Clayton State University App, CSU Mobile, is here! Stay connected like never before. You’ll have access to great features that make your campus experience more efficient and keep you informed. The app is available for download for iOS and Android.
Saturday, August 8, 2015 marked the day that MARTA launched four new bus routes in Clayton County, including direct service to Clayton State University. The agency is increasing the service frequency on several bus routes in the Clayton County area and making it more convenient for customers to transfer between bus and rail.
While Clayton State University students are certainly familiar with the nearby world’s busiest airport, a group that recently journeyed to the People’s Republic of China for a study abroad program received a whole new perspective on air transportation.
Every individual who graduates from Clayton State University has a unique story. Sometimes, that story is dramatic as well as unique. In fact, sometimes it’s a story that a published novelist wouldn’t dream of writing.
The Center for Business and International Negotiation in the College of Business at Clayton State University has been working recently on developing training programs in Sierra Leone. Now, the Center is working on another effort to aid that west African country – collecting supplies to help Sierra Leone cope with the on-going Ebola crisis.
Clayton State University President Dr. Thomas Hynes indicated Clayton State’s embracing the U.S. Department of Education’s “8 Keys to Veterans’ Success” program with a special signing ceremony on Nov. 25, 2014 in the University’s Veterans Resource Center.