The following is the Citadel's Evening Update for September 11

  • Citadel employees are expected to return to work Wednesday, September 13. Any employees deemed essential for recovery efforts earlier than Wednesday will be notified by their supervisors on timing of their return.
  • The barracks for the Citadel Corps of Cadets are expected to reopen at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Dinner will be available in the Coward Mess Hall Wednesday for returning cadets. The Corps will conduct a muster formation at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 
  • Normal class schedules for cadets and the Citadel Graduate College are expected to resume Thursday, September 14.
  • Online classes are not included in campus closures, and will continue as scheduled.
  • The Citadel staff continues assessing the campus for storm damage following heavy rains and localized flooding throughout the region. At this time no serious issues have been found; however, a more detailed assessment of the college's facilities and infrastructure will be conducted tomorrow and in the days ahead.
Remain Vigilant and Continue to Monitor for Updates
 
The Citadel remains subject to heavy rains, localized flooding and other potential severe weather impacts. Please continue to monitor news outlets and The Citadel website for additional updates. Cadets, students, faculty and staff should regularly check email and cell phones for updates. Our next scheduled Hurricane Irma update is planned for this evening.If necessary, we may provide updated information sooner.
  • General updates will be provided via email and on the college’s Facebook and Twitter pages, and on the college’s Bulldog Alert homepage. 
  • Any urgent updates will be delivered via the college’s Bulldog Alert system, as well as through the channels listed above.
  • A recorded message will be updated regularly on the DAWG line at (843) 953-3294.
The Citadel continues monitoring for impacts related to Hurricane Irma.
  • Campus Classes and Campus Events have been canceled through Tuesday, September 12.
  • Citadel employees are expected to return to work Wednesday, September 13. Any employees deemed essential for recovery efforts earlier than Wednesday will be notified by their supervisors on timing of their return.
  • The barracks for the Citadel Corps of Cadets are expected to reopen at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The Corps will conduct a muster formation at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 
  • Normal class schedules for cadets and the Citadel Graduate College are expected to resume Thursday, September 14.
  • Online classes are not included in campus closures, and will continue as scheduled.
Remain Vigilant and Continue to Monitor for Updates
Although Hurricane Irma currently remains on a track that will not pass directly over Charleston, we still expect heavy rains, localized flooding and other potential severe weather impacts. Please continue to monitor news outlets and The Citadel website for additional updates. Cadets, students, faculty and staff should regularly check email and cell phones for updates. Our next scheduled Hurricane Irma update is planned for this evening. If necessary, we may provide updated information sooner.
  • General updates will be provided via email and on the college’s Facebook and Twitter pages, and on the college’s Bulldog Alert homepage. 
  • Any urgent updates will be delivered via the college’s Bulldog Alert system, as well as through the channels listed above.
  • A recorded message will be updated regularly on the DAWG line at (843) 953-3294.
The Citadel is planning to reopen the campus Wednesday; Resumption of campus classes Thursday
  • Campus classes and campus events have been canceled through Tuesday, September 12.
  • Citadel employees are expected to return to work Wednesday, September 13. Any employees deemed essential for recovery efforts earlier than Wednesday will be notified by their supervisors on timing of their return.
  • The barracks for the Citadel Corps of Cadets are expected to reopen at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The Corps will conduct a muster formation at 7 p.m. Wednesday. 
  • Normal class schedules for cadets and the Citadel Graduate College are expected to resume Thursday, September 14.
  • Online classes are not included in campus closures, and will continue as scheduled.
The Citadel is aware that some cadets, students, faculty and staff who serve in the National Guard have been recalled in response to Hurricane Irma. We thank these service members for answering the call, and will work with them to accommodate service requirements.
 
Remain vigilant and continue to monitor for updates
 
Although Hurricane Irma currently remains on a track that will not pass directly over Charleston, we still expect heavy rains, localized flooding and other potential severe weather impacts. Please continue to monitor news outlets and The Citadel website for additional updates. Cadets, students, faculty and staff should regularly check email and cell phones for updates. Our next scheduled Hurricane Irma update is planned for tomorrow morning. If necessary, we may provide updated information sooner.
  • General updates will be provided via email and on the college’s Facebook and Twitter pages, and on the college’s Bulldog Alert homepage. 
  • Any urgent updates will be delivered via the college’s Bulldog Alert system, as well as though the channels listed above.
  • A recorded message will be updated regularly on the DAWG line at (843) 953-3294.
Campus classes and campus events canceled
The Citadel has canceled all campus classes and campus scheduled events until further notice. The Citadel Corps of cadets departed the campus Friday in accordance with the college’s hurricane evacuation plans.
 
Only mission essential employees will report for work today. Others deemed essential for recovery efforts will be notified by their supervisors on an appropriate return to work date. Updated information will be provided for faculty and staff members in accordance with guidance from the state of South Carolina and Charleston County.
 
Football game venue has been moved to Clinton S.C.
The Citadel's football game against Presbyterian College has been moved to Clinton, S.C. and Bailey Memorial Stadium. Kickoff will be on Saturday (Sept. 9) at noon. Tickets purchased for the game will be honored on Saturday at Presbyterian. Tickets can also be purchased at Bailey Memorial Stadium on the day of the game.
 
Ticket holders unable to attend Saturday’s game at Presbyterian can have their ticket redeemed for a ticket of equal or lesser value to the Wofford game (Oct. 14) or the Western Carolina game (Nov. 4). Tickets will be redeemed on a “best available & while supplies last” basis. Ticket holders can also donate their tickets to the Junior Bulldog program, which benefits orphanages and foster families in the Lowcountry.
 
Bailey Memorial Stadium is located in Clinton, SC on the campus of Presbyterian College. For more information on The Citadel football, follow @CitadelFootball or visit CitadelSports.com.
 
Remain Vigilant and continue to monitor for updates
Our next scheduled Hurricane Irma update is planned for tomorrow morning. If necessary, we may provide updated information sooner. Please continue to monitor news outlets and The Citadel website for additional updates, including resumption of classes and the reopening of the college when recovery actions allow. Cadets, students, faculty and staff should regularly check email, cell phones for updates.
  • General updates will be provided via email and on the college’s Facebook and Twitter pages, and on the college’s Bulldog Alert homepage. 
  • Any urgent updates will be delivered via the college’s Bulldog Alert system, as well as though the channels listed above.
  • A recorded message will be updated regularly on the DAWG line at (843) 953-3294.
Citadel community,
The following is our hurricane Irma morning update for September 8:
 
Classes canceled, Cadets departing
The Citadel has canceled all classes and campus scheduled events until further notice. The Citadel Corps of cadets is departing the campus this morning in accordance with the college’s hurricane evacuation plans. Citadel staff has worked to assist cadets in the departure and helped to coordinate transportation out of the evacuation area. Cadets have been instructed to keep their families informed of their departure arrangements and their location.
 
Only mission essential employees reporting today
Only mission essential employees will report for work today.  Others deemed essential for recovery efforts will be notified by their supervisors on an appropriate return to work date. Updated information will be provided for faculty and staff members in accordance with guidance from the state of South Carolina and Charleston County.
 
Continue to monitor for updates
Once evacuation actions are complete, please continue to monitor news outlets and The Citadel website for additional updates, including resumption of classes and the reopening of the college when recovery actions allow. Our top priority at present is the safe evacuation of all members of our community. Cadets, students, faculty and staff should regularly check email, cell phones for updates.
 
Citadel Football Game Venue is Moving
The Citadel's football game against Presbyterian College has been moved to Clinton, S.C. and Bailey Memorial Stadium. Kickoff will be on Saturday (Sept. 9) at noon. Tickets purchased for the game will be honored on Saturday at Presbyterian. Tickets can also be purchased at Bailey Memorial Stadium on the day of the game.
 
Ticket holders unable to attend Saturday’s game at Presbyterian can have their ticket redeemed for a ticket of equal or lesser value to the Wofford game (Oct. 14) or the Western Carolina game (Nov. 4). Tickets will be redeemed on a “best available & while supplies last” basis. Ticket holders can also donate their tickets to the Junior Bulldog program, which benefits orphanages and foster families in the Lowcountry.
 
Bailey Memorial Stadium is located in Clinton, SC on the campus of Presbyterian College. For more information on The Citadel football, follow @CitadelFootball or visit CitadelSports.com.
 
Our next scheduled Hurricane Irma update will be this evening. If necessary, we may provide updated information sooner.
  • General updates will be provided via email and on the college’s  Facebook and Twitter pages, and on the college’s Bulldog Alert homepage.  
  • Any urgent updates will be delivered via the college’s Bulldog Alert system, as well as though the channels listed above. 
  • A recorded message will be updated regularly on the DAWG line at (843) 953-3294.

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