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Class of 2024 Film Production alumnus Maxwell Mihalis behind the scenes during the making of

June 12, 2024

World Premiere: Film Production alumnus hopes to see “The Gateway Process” go global

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Dr. John H. Kohler III, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, passes

Clayton State University’s College of Arts and Sciences has announced the passing of its former dean Dr. John H. Kohler III. Kohler passed away on Jan. 4, 2021

Spivey Hall Young Artists Director named Music Educator of the Year

Dr. Craig Hurley, director and conductor of the Spivey Hall Young Artists, has been named Georgia Music Educators Association’s (GMEA) 2021 Music Educator of the Year.

Clayton State University announces free tax assistance days

Clayton State University will once again offer free tax preparation assistance for eligible taxpayers in metro Atlanta, marking 31 years as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site.

MLK week kicks off with a day of service

Several of Clayton State’s student leaders celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and lived out his mantra of “building the beloved community” with a day of community service.

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Articulation Agreement Offers Students Easier Path to Bachelor’s Degree

Clayton State University and Southern Crescent Technical College signed a transfer articulation agreement on Thursday, July 29, 2021.

Clayton State’s business school named one of metro Atlanta’s largest schools

Clayton State University has been recognized once again as one of Atlanta’s largest business schools, according to the recently released rankings from the Atlanta Business Chronicle Book of Lists.

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