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Chief John Keener, the director of public safety at Clayton State, addresses campus staff members

November 16, 2023

Public Safety provides situational awareness training for staff

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Clayton State earns rankings for online business, nursing programs in U.S. News and World Report list

Clayton State University begins the new year being recognized for its online master’s programs in nursing and business in the “U.S. News 2020 Best Online Programs” rankings by U.S. News and World Report.

Homecoming reignites Laker pride at Clayton State

Past and present Lakers celebrated university pride during this year’s week-long homecoming celebration.

Students take first step in career development at Internship Networking Breakfast

Career Services hosted an Internship Networking Breakfast on Feb. 12 in an effort to create university-wide awareness related to experiential learning as part of Spring 2020 internship week.

Clayton State University recognized for best online MBA for international students

Clayton State University is ranked no. 20 in the “Best Online MBA Programs For International Students” list by education research firm College Consensus.

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The Future is Female: State Rep. Regina Lewis-Ward and the year of women in politics

Women shined during the 2020 election as they came out in unprecedented numbers to run for office and win and donate to the candidates that best represented them.

Homecoming reignites Laker pride at Clayton State

Past and present Lakers celebrated university pride during this year’s week-long homecoming celebration.

Legal studies professor publishes new book about estate planning

Antoinette France-Harris, J.D., assistant professor of Legal Studies, has co-authored a textbook regarding Georgia law related to the field of estate planning.

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