CLAYTON STATE NEWS
August 9, 2022
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.
DeKalb County School District employees can gain teacher certification and earn a degree thanks to a new partnership with Clayton State University.
A Clayton State student’s mission to share his love for reading was made real with the unveiling of a Little Free Library during a dedication ceremony on Feb. 12.
Clayton State University is making it easier for prospective students to apply to graduate programs for the fall 2020, spring 2021, summer 2021, and fall 2021 semesters by waiving the GRE and GMAT admissions exams.
Often, one of the first opportunities a young woman can build their leadership skills is through student organizations.
Clayton State University business professor Dr. Judith Ogden has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to teach business law in the Eurasian country of Azerbaijan.