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  • Landscape Architecture at Clemson University, South Carolina
    An open building design allows architecture students to collaborate more effectively on design projects in Lee Hall III. The building’s 56,000-square-foot addition is LEED Gold certified, and its 30,000-square-foot roof garden is the largest university roof garden in the Southeast.
  • Fans in Clemson University, South Carolina
    Tiger fans deck out in Solid Orange to cheer for Clemson’s football team in Death Valley.
  • Paul Anderson at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson professors are passionate about student success and enjoy one-on-one interaction. The 2012 book “The Best 300 Professors” by The Princeton Review features five of our professors.
  • Young Dorm at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Students show off their style by decorating their dorm room or on-campus apartment for Clemson Home’s annual room design contest.
  • Watersports National Champions in Clemson University, South Carolina
    With Hartwell Lake right next to campus, students can enjoy multiple water and beach activities. In fact, water skiing is one of the University’s 31 club sports programs.
  • Luke Bryan at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson plays host to major concerts, like country music star Luke Bryan, throughout the year at the Campus Beach outdoor recreation area and in Littlejohn Coliseum.
  • Ring ceremony at Clemson University, South Carolina
    As a university steeped in tradition, the Clemson ring — and its accompanying ceremony — are perhaps two of the most memorable and recognizable traditions.
  • International Food Festival at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The International Food Festival is one of the most popular events on campus. Every spring student groups set up tents and cook up cuisine from their native countries for the campus and local community to enjoy.
  • Michael Sehorn at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson has multiple opportunities for hands-on learning, including our undergraduate research program called Creative Inquiry.
  • First Friday Parade at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The Clemson University Tiger Band, cheerleaders, student floats and more parade through campus the Friday before the first home football game in celebration of the beginning of football season.
  • Bowman Field at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Tillman Hall sits at the heart of campus, just beyond Clemson’s “front lawn,” Bowman Field.
  • Harcombe Dining Hall at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson’s on-campus dining halls are a great place to grab a bite and catch up between classes.
  • Studying at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Meet up with a classmate to get ready for an upcoming test in one of the many study spaces on campus, including Hendrix Student Center.
  • Ice Cream at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The ’55 Exchange is our student-run ice cream shop in the Hendrix Student Center. Stop by and enjoy a scoop of Clemson ice cream made on campus by students.
  • Women's Lacrosse at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Earn your stripes by joining a team in the Club Sports Program.
  • SAE organization at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The Society of Automotive Engineers is just one of Clemson’s more than 400 student organizations that let you explore your passion while making lifelong friends.
  • Diehl at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The South Carolina Botanical Garden is 295 acres of gardens and trails adjacent to campus. With all this space, there are plenty of spots for studying or relaxing.
  • Bioengineering at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Take on challenges by participating in Creative Inquiry, Clemson’s undergraduate research program. These faculty-led, small group projects have resulted in 188 presentations at professional meetings, 95 publications in professional journals and three patent applications.
  • Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Studying at the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston is just one of many opportunities for immersion. As South Carolina’s leading land-grant university, Clemson has a presence in every county for outreach and community service, as well as research and education centers at five locations in state and on the Caribbean island of Dominica.
  • William Craig at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Get involved in groundbreaking research in sustainable agriculture at Clemson’s Student Organic Farm, a 15-acre working organic farm and teaching center located in Calhoun Fields between Hartwell Lake and Perimeter Road.
  • Undergraduate research at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson has created a culture that is both competitive and inclusive — a place where big ideas can, and do, thrive.
  • Golf at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Take a swing on Clemson’s 18-hole Walker Golf Course, located just off campus at the Clemson University Conference Center and Inn.
  • Beth Stephen at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The University offers an overall 18-to-1 student/faculty ratio, and the average undergraduate class size is 31.
  • John Saylor at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson is a nationally ranked research university with a small-college atmosphere, and our faculty have been awarded 53 National Science Foundation CAREER Awards for research.
  • Linda Li Bleuel at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson students take classes and enjoy student and professional theater, music and dance performances at the on-campus Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
  • ROTC at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson has a deep, long-standing military tradition. ROTC began on our campus in 1916, and we continue to have strong Army and Air Force ROTC programs.
  • Vincent Greenhouse at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The University Greenhouse and Growth Chamber facilities in Clemson’s Biosystems Research Complex on campus contain more than 40,000 square feet of greenhouse space.
  • Brett Mills at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Since 2008, 10 Clemson students have received Fulbright Grants for study, research or English-language teaching in eight different countries.
  • Communication at Clemson University, South Carolina
    The dedicated faculty and staff of Clemson’s Calhoun Honors College give students the support they need to achieve excellence.
  • Hardin Hall at Clemson University, South Carolina
    Clemson has an inclusive, student-centered community, and our incoming freshmen have some of the highest SAT scores in the country.