CLAYTON STATE NEWS
November 16, 2023
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.
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.
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.
On Monday, Dec. 13, Clayton State University and Atlanta Metropolitan State College entered into an agreement to establish a cohort of students enrolled at AMSC who will live in Clayton State housing and who will attend courses at Clayton State that...
It’s not often people are able to find a career path that is both professionally and personally enriching.
The College of Arts and Sciences kicked off fall semester recognizing its professors who have made achievements in service, scholarship and teaching excellence.