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.
It’s hard to keep a room full of fifth grade students from fidgeting during an early morning orchestra lesson.
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 University was ranked no. 4 recently for offering an economical option for students seeking an online Bachelor of Arts in English degree. The University was listed among the 2017 Most Affordable Online Colleges for English by publisher SR Education Group.
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.
Clayton State University’s Master of Science in Family Nurse Practitioner degree program was ranked among the top 10 most affordable online MSN-NP programs, according to NursePractitionerSchools.com.
Clayton State University has been recognized for being an affordable college option for incoming freshman who demonstrate a financial need. The University was ranked no. 178 in the Student Loan Report’s Most Affordable Colleges for Incoming Freshmen with Financial Need.
Spivey Hall is hosting "Music Moves Us," a family concert with the Southern Crescent Symphony, on Sunday, March 5 at 3 p.m. The orchestra will performing a range of works by Berlioz, Elgar, Mendellsohn and Vivaldi along with a medley of Michael Jackson hits. All of the music is designed to show how music moves us both physically and emotionally.
The countless dreams of thousands of students were made real on Wednesday, March 1 as Clayton State University kicked off its second year of Give 4 Dreams.