Stoney House

Houses the Career Center. Thomas P. Stoney served as Charleston’s solicitor and as mayor. After he was killed in an accident in 1973, his wife’s heirs transferred the property to The Citadel.

Summerall Chapel

Named for Gen. Charles P. Summerall, the non-denominational chapel was built in 1936. The inscription across the front of the building, “Remember Now Thy Creator in the Days of Thy Youth,” comes from Ecclesiastes 12:1.

The “chapel” is acceptable on second reference.

Summerall Field

Named for The Citadel’s 10th president, an illustrious general whose legendary military service included the Spanish American War, Philippine Insurrection, Boxer Rebellion and several victorious battles of World War I. The first Southerner to become a four-star general in the U.S. Army, Charles Pelot Summerall capped a colorful military career as chief of staff of the Army before becoming president of The Citadel in 1931. His medals and dress sword are on display in Summerall Chapel. Summerall Field is the site of the dress parades that attract visitors on most Friday afternoons during the academic year.

Also known as the “parade field,” “parade deck” or “parade ground.”

Summerall Gate

Fashioned from sword gate panels, the gate was originally made for Whitehall, Gen. Summerall’s plantation in Aiken, S.C. The gold shields on the gates comprise four bronze stars and the general’s initials, CPS. The gate is on the northeast side of campus adjacent to Hampton Park.