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Welcome to the Class of 2016 11 August 2012

Welcome to the Class of 2016 11 August 2012

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Welcome to the Class of 2016 11 August 2012

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  1. Welcome to the Class of 201611 August 2012

  2. Mission The Citadel’s mission is to educate and prepare graduates to become principled leaders in all walks of life by instilling the core values of The Citadel in a challenging intellectual environment. Core Values Honor ∙ Duty ∙ Respect

  3. Excellence in the Education of Principled Leaders • Four Pillars • Academics • Military • Physical • Moral-Ethical

  4. The Citadel Experience • Fourth Class: Prepare • Third Class: Serve • Second Class: Lead • First Class: Command • 7 May 2016 – Commencement

  5. The South Carolina Corps of CadetsSchool Year 2012-2013

  6. 4th Class Training – Transition to Cadet • End State • Duty • Discipline • Pride

  7. A Typical Day in 4th Class Training • MORNING • 05:30 (AM) REVEILLE • 05:50 FORMATION • 06:00-06:45 PHYSICAL TRAINING • 06:45-07:10 PERSONAL HYGIENE • 07:10-07:45 BREAKFAST • 08:00-11:45 TRAINING / CLASSES • AFTERNOON • 12:00-12:45 (PM) LUNCH • 1:00-5:45 TRAINING / CLASSES • 6:00-6:45 RETREAT FORMATION; DINNER • EVENING • 7:00-9:00 TRAINING / ROOM & UNIFORM PREPARATION • 9:00-10:00 PERSONAL HYGIENE • 10:00 (PM) TAPS

  8. Safety is Paramount Committed to safe, secure training environment Daily sick call Fully-staffed infirmary including 1 Physicianand 8 Nurses Closely monitor heat index Hurricane Policy Bulldog Alert System

  9. Cadet Personal Support Services • Chain of Command (Cadet & Commandant’s Department) • Citadel Counseling Center • Cadet Human Affairs Teams (3 per company) • Chaplain to the Corps of Cadets • 3 Ombudspersons • Citadel Infirmary • Director of CARE

  10. Contact with your New Cadet Write letters Call cell Phones (21 Aug) E-Mail (21 Aug) Send care packages Visit The Citadel Webpage Be cautious of Internet rumors Support your cadet Use your TAC Officers Please note: Visitation is prohibited during 4th Class Training Pagers are not allowed on campus (all four classes)

  11. Key Dates for Fall Semester • Oath Ceremony (13 Aug) • Beach House (19 Aug) • First Day of Class (22 Aug) • First General Leave (1100-1800 @ 26 Aug) • First Home Football Game vs. Charleston Southern (1 Sep) • Football Game vs. Georgia Southern (8 Sep) • Football Game vs. UT-Chattanooga (29 Sep) • Parents’ Weekend (12-14 Oct) • Mid-Term Examinations (16-23 Oct) • Homecoming (2-4 Nov) • Fall Furlough (Thanksgiving) (16-25 Nov) ** • Final Examinations (7-13 Dec) • Winter Furlough (13 Dec–6 Jan) **

  12. Parents’ Day Weekend 12-14 Oct Friday, 12 Oct • No afternoon classes • Academic Open Houses/Parents’ Reception • President’s Report to Parents • No parade • General Leave • Ring Presentation Ceremony and Hop Saturday, 13 Oct • The Citadel Family Association Annual Meeting; Barracks Open House • 4th Class Squad Drill Competition • Letter Ceremony • Regimental Band Concert; Carillon Concert • Acceptance Parade • Luncheon in Coward Hall • Football Game vs. Western Carolina Sunday, 14 Oct • Worship Services

  13. Emergency Contact Numbers • Commandant’s Department: (843) 953-3020/5003 • 1st Battalion (Companies A, B, C, and D): (843) 953-0460 • 2nd Battalion (Companies E, F, G, H, and Regimental Band): (843) 953-6444 • 3rd Battalion (Companies I, K, L, and M): (843) 953-1070 • 4th Battalion (Companies N, O, R, and T): (843) 953-1101 • 5th Battalion (Palmetto Battery and Companies P, S, and V): (843) 953-1512 *** All Commandant’s Department contact numbers can be found online: www.citadel.edu/commandant/office-of-the-commandant