The Corps of Cadets should follow the Commandant’s Operations Order: Exams, Winter Furlough, and Muster, dated 28 November 2017 for return to campus. The campus will reopen as planned following the Winter Furlough.

  • The Barracks will open at 1430 hrs.
  • The Barber Shop will be open for those cadets needing haircuts, 1400 to 1800 hours.  It will reopen at 0730 the following morning.
  • The Warehouse will be open from 1500 to 1800 hours.
  • Evening meal will be available for all cadets from 1700 to 1900 hours (cadets need to be in the appropriate uniform and properly groomed).
  • At 1815 hours, a muster formation will be conducted (Annex D, Muster Formation Procedures).
  • Cadets with travel issues should contact their cadet chain of command and their TAC officer to provide details of their situation. 
  • Most roads in Charleston are open. Main roads are passable, but many secondary roads still have snow or ice. Travelers should use good judgement and check local resources along their route for traffic updates. Real time information on South Carolina roads is available at the following link: http://www.scdps.gov/schp/webcad.asp

 

         The Citadel campus will be CLOSED Wednesday January 3 due to expected severe winter weather. County officials expect a significant “wintry mix” to impact our area, starting about 8 a.m. tomorrow. Up to 1-4 inches of snow are expected along the coast, with a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain elsewhere in the tri-county area.

 

         All campus activities for tomorrow are canceled. Faculty and staff who are not essential for emergency operations should not report to work.

 

         As per state regulations and under the direction of the Governor, The Citadel follows the actions of the Charleston County Government  related to decisions made in the event of weather emergencies. Citadel employees must use leave or comp time, or make up the time under the direction of their supervisors, unless the Governor issues a declaration that the hazardous weather and emergency time off is excused for all state employees.

 

  • Notification about the campus status for Thursday, January 4 will be provided as early as possible in accordance with Charleston County Government.
  • Cadets and students remain on winter break until Monday, January 8, 2018.

 

To keep up with developments follow us on Facebook and Twitter, tune in to local media, check the Citadel.edu  homepage, your college email account, the Bulldog Alert page or call DAWG Line at 1(800)868-3294 or 953-3294.

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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.

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