CLAYTON STATE NEWS
September 20, 2023
Purchasing Real Estate remains one of the most popular vehicles to build wealth.
Over 20 alumni came together on Saturday, November 9 at the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) to go through donated items and prepare them for distribution to local food banks and families in need.
Clayton State University once again celebrated the efforts of individuals and groups around campus who make a difference at this year’s annual Making Things Better Awards held on Nov. 6.
Clayton State University wrapped its first-ever comprehensive campaign with a strong finish.
Over the past two decades, there has been an unprecedented increase in women leaders.
When Angelita Howard ’00 stepped foot on the campus of then Clayton College and State University more than 20 years ago, she embarked on a journey that would have the greatest impact on herself and her family.
The history of African American contributions to business practice and management can now be explored in a newly-published book by a Clayton State University Associate Professor of Management Dr. Leon Prieto.