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The Faculty of the College consists of the President, the Provost/Dean of the College, the Associate Provosts, the Academic Deans, members of the permanent faculty who are tenured or on tenure-track in the academic ranks of Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor. The faculty of The Citadel also comprises officers detailed for duty at the College by the Department of the Army, the Department of the Air Force, or the Department of the Navy. To see a list of faculty, please contact the Office of the Provost/Dean of the College.

Members of the permanent faculty (tenured and tenure-track positions) may be hired at the academic ranks of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor. As a general policy, new members of the faculty are employed at the lowest academic rank commensurate with the duties to be assumed.

Faculty members who are given probationary (tenure-track) appointments will receive commissions in the Unorganized Militia of South Carolina and will be required to wear the military uniform as described in uniforms_and_military_rank.pdf

Uniform Ordering Information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Marlow White, online uniform site,, 400 Seneca Street, Leavenworth KS 66048, 800-255-6136.

Members of the faculty who retire at the end of a fall semester are entitled to one-half of their annual salary for the academic year (1 September to 31 August). Faculty members who retire at the end of spring semester, or not later than 31 August of that year, are entitled to a full year's salary. Before resigning or retiring, the President of the College is required to give six months' notice to the Board of Visitors, and other members of the faculty are expected to provide three months' notice to the President.

In order to view the parade schedules, open/closed weekends, and all important dates for the Corps of Cadets, please click on the Yearly Calendar Review:

 Academic Calendar:

 Please see the following policies, procedures, and memorandums for faculty:

Advising Information: Academic Advising Manual, rev. 17 July 2013

Banner Tutorial

Faculty Instructions for Spring Registration 2013

FERPA Student Access Instructions


Campus Safety and Security Reporting

CitLearn Instructions: citlearn_instructions_for_faculty.pdf

Update: hello_instructors.pdf

Class Absences: Faculty instructions for administering class absences





Commencement:  Commencement Memorandum from the Provost, May 2013

Dates and Schedules: Important Dates 2012-2013

Faculty Report Dates August 2012

Yearly Training Calendar Overview, Fall 2012;

Yearly Training Calendar Overview, Spring 2013

Parade Schedule, Fall 2012; Parade Schedule, Spring 2013

Evaluations: Evals of Faculty, Dept Heads, Deans CY 2011 Memo;

Evals of Faculty, Dept Heads, Deans CY 2011 Forms

Examsfaculty memorandum exam procedures, november 2011

Faculty Manual:

Faculty Manual revised August 2012


Final Grades, Spring 2013

Spring 2013 Mid-Term Grades (Undergraduate Courses Only)

Deadline for Removal of Incompletes for Fall 2012

Posting Grades for Summer II Day, August 2012

Posting Grades for Summer I Evening, 2012

Posting Grades for Summer I Day, 2012

Posting Grades for Graduates 2012

Final Grades Spring 2012

procedure for posting mid-term and final grades

 Graduate College Memorandums:

graduate college spring class roll information 2012

Graduation: graduation_memorandum_from_provost_2012.pdf

Memorandums (2012-2013)

Undergraduate Research Conference (CURC) 8 March 2013

Probationary Review Net App Instructions for electronic submission February 2013

Last Day for Graduate and Undergraduate Evening Students to Drop/Add Spring 2013

Deadline for Removal of Incompletes for Fall 2012

Memorandum, Institutional Review Board (IRB) October 11, 2012

Memorandum Summer II Day Session Information, July 5, 2012

Memorandum Summer II Evening Session Information, July 2012

Professional Organization Requests, July 2012

Memorandum for Summer I & Online Summer I, May 11, 2012

Memorandum Maymester 2012

Memorandum BGen Hines: Summer 2012 Online Courses

Request for Input About Your Technology Needs, March 2012

Military Promotions, Rank, and Uniforms:



Marlow White, Leavenworth, KS (online uniform source)

NetApp Instructions: net_app_instructions_for_faculty.pdf

On-Line Tutoring:

On-Line Tutoring for Science, Math, Humanities, and Test Preparation (GMAT & Others)

Policies and Procedures: Official Citadel Policies and Procedures

Promotion and Tenure:  Annual Personal Data Sheets, January 2013

Registration for Classes: Registration Instructions, Spring 2013

Reminders: Meeting Dates and Election Day:

Sabbaticals Information 2011-2012

*It is recommended that faculty keep student records for 12 months after the final exam.

Degree Evaluation Instructions:

The "Degree Evaluation" section on your "Faculty" tab in your Banner Self-Service account will show missing student course requirements and current grade-point ratios. Other sections let you check the student's academic classification. Go to your Faculty Tab, then click Faculty Services Menu, Student Information, then Degree Evaluation.

To see how many hours a certain student must earn for 1A classification, for example, go to:

  • The Citadel Homepage
  • Academics
  • Registrar
  • Cadet Classifications
  • Year of Entry

Textbook Orders:

When ordering textbooks for the following semester, the order should be placed two weeks before final exams of the current semester. For example, if you are ordering books for your spring semester class, then you would want to place your order two weeks before fall semester final exams. Please visit the following link to order books for your class and remember that you must have the ISBN number to place your order: