CLAYTON STATE NEWS
November 16, 2023
Clayton State University generated more than $274.6 million in local economic impact in the surrounding region for fiscal year 2017, according to a report released by the University System of Georgia (USG).
MBA students in Dr. Leon Prieto’s HR Consulting course gained real-world experience this past semester as they worked to find ways to increase the talent pool for teachers at local public schools.
If you’ve ever walked through the James M. Baker University Center on campus, you’ve probably ran into Nicholas Collins.
Computing is no longer a man’s world. More and more we are seeing women increasingly enter occupations related to computers, engineering, technology, science, and math.
The College of Arts and Sciences kicked off fall semester recognizing its professors who have made achievements in service, scholarship and teaching excellence.
For newly installed Alumni Board of Advisers President Crystal Billingslea ’11, Clayton State may not have been the first university she attended, but, as a nontraditional student, it was the perfect fit for her.
Clayton State University took the no. 4 spots for its bachelor’s degrees in marketing and in accounting on the 2019 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Business Degrees list by SR Education Group.