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Dental Hygiene seniors gather together for Career Day at McGarrah Elementary School in Morrow, Georgia

May 28, 2024

Dental Hygiene Lakers bring smiles to McGarrah Elementary Career Day

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Career Services maintains students-employer connection during COVID-19

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic brought about many challenges for Clayton State students—a shift to online learning, a virtual commencement and a shorter school semester.

Clayton State University, Georgia Gwinnett College partner for bachelor’s to master’s nursing degree pathway

Clayton State University and Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) have formed a new partnership to create a pathway to increase the number of undergraduate nursing students earning an advanced degree.

Clayton State University Receives $7,000 grant for young adult driver’s safety program

Clayton State University has received a $7,700 grant to participate in the Georgia Young Adult Program of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

Michelle Melton named Women In Technology Campus Student of the Year

When Michelle Melton was working in film and television in Los Angeles, she found herself at the center of both the entertainment and tech industries. It was there, that she got bitten by the tech bug.

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Agreement between Clayton State and College AIM helps high schoolers transition into college

Members of Clayton State University’s administration and leadership with College AIM entered into a memorandum of understanding agreement on Wednesday, November 10, to provide local area students an easier transition from high school to postsecondary...

Alumni Spotlight: Andrita Brown

Mississippi native Andrita Brown 12’ is a proud Clayton State alumnus graduating with a BAS in Administrative Management.

Clayton State history professor earns literary award for book about student activism

A Clayton State University history professor has earned one of the highest awards for Southern writers for his book about the impact of historically Black colleges and universities on the Civil Rights Movement.

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