Damien Braswell may strike you as a low-key, quiet student, but the graduating senior is far from that.
Posted: April 17 at 11:17 a.m.
Clayton State University has been recognized as one of the top colleges in the nation for adult learners. The University was ranked no. 12 in Great Value College’s 2017-2018 ranking of "50 Best Colleges for Adult Education."
Three students represented Clayton State Unviersity at this year’s 96th annual meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA-SE) held in early March.
Clayton State University was recently listed among the 25 best colleges in Georgia for its online degree programs.
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 students took the first steps toward entering their professions last Thursday at the annual Job and Graduate School Fair hosted by Career Services.
Dr. Hynes was recently honored as an influential educational leader in the community. Hynes was one of five individuals to receive the Pillars of Clayton County at the Pillars Luncheon on March 21.
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.
The five staff members selected as finalists for the Alice J. Smith Staff Awards have been announced. The individuals come from a variety of departments across campus. The group was selected by the Smith Staff Award Committee from a pool of 15 nominees that were chosen based on personal recommendations from other university employers, faculty and students.