Clayton State once again has been recognized for being one of the best places to work in Atlanta. The University earned a spot on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s 2017 Top Workplaces for the sixth year in a row.
Morrow, GA — Students heading back to live on campus this fall will notice something different about University Housing’s upperclassmen apartments. The formerly known Clayton Station has gotten a fresh coat of paint and a new name—Laker Village.
Dr. Gene Hatfield, Professor Emeritus of History, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at the age of 71. Hatfield taught for 32 years at Clayton State University before retiring in 2008.
Clayton State University has moved up in rank for high student enrollment in the newly released Atlanta Business Chronicle Book of Lists college and university rankings.
Clayton State University marked its commitment to becoming a national model for community engagement and student enrichment in higher education with the launch of Strategic Plan 2022.
Clayton State University is partnering with Atlanta-based nonprofit, Quality Care for Children (QCC), to provide college-bound, student-parents financial assistance for child care through a $1.6 million pilot program.
Clayton State University’s School of Nursing was recently recognized for excellence in nursing education. The University was ranked number 22 in the 2017 Top Online Colleges for Nurse Practitioner Degrees across the nation by research company SR Education Group.
Clayton State University’s dental hygiene program ranks number one in the 2017 Top Online Colleges for Dental Hygiene Degrees compiled by research publisher SR Education Group.
More than 100 students came out to the President's Plaza to learn about the voting process and discuss issues relevant to the November election. And 33 of those who attended registered to vote.
Having already concluded her illustrious career as a Laker, Maia Kuhnen (Trier, Germany) has accomplished something no other individual in program history has as she has been named one of 30 national finalists for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award, and one of 10 from Division II, as announced by the NCAA on Wednesday, September 7.