The military science building houses the Commandant’s Department as well as the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps ROTC detachments. The building is named Brig. Gen. Micah Jenkins, an officer who served under Gen. Robert E. Lee and an 1854 alumnus who was one of four graduates who attained the rank of general during the Civil War.
Used metonymically to denote disciplinary action.
Cadets who leave campus without authorization will have to answer to Jenkins Hall.
Opened in 2000, the facility houses The Citadel Alumni Association and The Citadel Foundation. John Monroe J. Holliday, Class of 1936, was a long-time member of the Board of Visitors who, at the age of 15, was the youngest person to become a member of the Corps of Cadets. The Holliday Alumni Center includes a grand foyer, two courtyards, the Courvoisie Banquet Hall, the Renken Dining Room and the McKissick Library as well as the state-of-the-art Scarborough Multimedia Room.
Also known simply as the “Holliday Alumni Center.” While the facility is also known informally as the “HAC,” the acronym should only be used in internal publications.
Named for Brig. Gen. Johnson Hagood, the 22,000-seat football stadium was constructed in the late 1940s and renovated in 2008. The Bulldogs draw one of the largest crowds of supporters in the Southern Conference.
Named for long-time Charleston mayor and 1964 graduate, the Joseph P. Riley, Jr., Park overlooks the Ashley River. The Citadel Baseball Team shares Riley Park with the Charleston Riverdogs, a Class A affiliate of the New York Yankees.
The park is also known informally as “the Joe.”
Do not capitalize terms pertaining to class years unless part of a formal name.
Junior Year Abroad Program
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