Clemson University is a land-grant research university, located in upstate South Carolina. It’s home to five academic colleges, the Eugene T. Moore School of Education and the Calhoun Honors College, with nationally recognized programs, centers, institutes, a distinguished faculty and a location that offers countless resources.
Clemson University offers rigorous curricula in agriculture, forestry, life sciences, arts, humanities, architecture, business, behavioral science, health, education, human development, engineering and science, connected to professions addressing curricula built on a commitment to interactive teaching, student engagement, discovery, practical applications, social responsibility, creative endeavors, international understanding, diversity and cultural awareness.
Clemson University provides students with an educational experience that few universities can match. Activities based on curricular commitments, such as Creative Inquiry, study abroad, internships and opportunities to conduct research with faculty, provide Clemson’s students a unique and personalized educational experience. With Clemson University as their classroom, they are able to take advantage of the vast opportunities afforded to them by a land-grant research university.
The Clemson University family is one of exceptional talent.
Our faculty, experts in their fields — engaged in their professional disciplines, whether in their individual research or as part of one of Clemson University's many academic centers and institutes — apply their expertise to the pressing issues facing our nation in the 21st century.
Our students are accomplished as well, including among their number recipients of prestigious awards such as Goldwater, Rhodes, Truman, British Marshall, Udall, National Defense Science and Engineering, Fulbright Scholars, National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, Hertz Foundation Fellowship and others.
Clemson University is located in Clemson, South Carolina, and sits in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, along the shores of Hartwell Lake. Just a few hours from the Atlantic Ocean, this prime location provides unique opportunities and an exceptional quality of life. The 17,500-acre Clemson Experimental Forest is adjacent to our campus and is used by students and faculty for educational research and recreation.
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Robert H. Jones Jr.
Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Professor of SAFES