For Clayton State sophomore Rickita Burney, owning a home means giving her and her two children an opportunity to live in a stable environment. But she’s not doing it alone—the Laker family recently helped her build the foundation to her new home. Burney joined more than 50 Clayton State students to participate in Laker Service Day on Aug. 27 to demonstrate the University’s commitment to community service.
The Clayton State University Model United Nations Team had a strong showing and earned two awards at the annual National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference held in early April.
A member of the Georgia Board of Regents and the general manager of the world's busiest airport will speak to hundreds of graduates during Spring commencement on Saturday, May 6.
Nicholas Collins was a graduating high school student who had been accepted to over 10 universities across the United States. What he lacked was not academic drive, it was the funding to be able to attend college and fulfill his dreams.
The men and women who bravely served their country were honored in a special way at Clayton State University last week. The Veterans Resource Center held its first-ever veterans graduation ceremony on April 17 to commemorate the academic achievements of military students.
Damien Braswell may strike you as a low-key, quiet student, but the graduating senior is far from that.
Clayton State students took the first steps toward entering their professions last Thursday at the annual Job and Graduate School Fair hosted by Career Services.
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.