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The Colonel Robert R. McCormick Beach House is on the Isle of Palms, about a half hour's drive from the campus. This functional two-story clubhouse, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, is controlled by the Department of Cadet Activities. It is primarily for the use of cadets, CGC students, faculty and staff, but can be rented to outside groups. Facilities include a large ballroom, shower facilities, sheltered picnic area and outdoor sports areas. The grounds are flood-lighted to facilitate evening parties.


The Citadel Boating Center membership is available to students, faculty, and staff. Preference is given to students in the use of the center?s facilities. The club fleet consists of canoes, small sailboats, and outboard motorboats. Boating Center facilities consist of a clubhouse, dockage, marine railway, sail loft, and work area for maintenance and repair of small boats. Storage of privately owned boats is available for a small fee.


The office of the Department of Cadet Activities is housed on the second floor in Mark Clark Hall, which serves as the student union building. Named after General Mark W. Clark, it has been in use since 1958. On the first floor are a reception room, snack bar, gift shop / bookstore, post office, barber shop, and a billiard room. An auditorium, the alcove lounge, the Greater Issues Room, several meeting rooms, and staff workrooms for cadet publications are on the second floor. On the third floor are the Catholic chaplain's office and chapel, the Episcopal chaplain's office, the Honor Court room, and the office of The Citadel's photographer.


The Tommy B. Hunter Cadet Store is located on the Ashley River side of campus behind the barracks on the corner of Hammond Avenue and Courvoisie Avenue. The Cadet Store sells books, clothing, and other items.


The primary mission of the Citadel Infirmary is to provide medical care to The Citadel Corps of Cadets during the regular academic year. (The Infirmary does not treat CGC students.) The Infirmary is staffed on that basis and operates on a 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week schedule during the time the Corps of Cadets is on campus. The Citadel Infirmary professional staff consists of one full-time physician, one part-time physician, one nurse practitioner, and seven registered nurses. In addition, the physicians are able to consult with a host of specialists in the Charleston area.


The Citadel's Regimental Commanders' Riverview Room is handled by the President's Office and is available to students, faculty, staff and campus-related organizations that would like to enhance their meetings and events with our state-of-the-art multimedia equipment. [Please note the Riverview Room is not for general use by the public.] Click into the link for more details.


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