Cooperative Education (Co-Op) — Build your classroom knowledge with real-world experience.
Creative Inquiry — Earn course credit by joining peers and faculty mentors in conducting multi-semester research projects in varying areas of interest.
ePortfolio — Use Clemson tools to create and maintain an electronic record of your academic accomplishments, self-reflection and assessment.
Early Success Program — A conditional admissions program designed to assist selected participants in making a successful transition to Clemson.
FIRST — Assisting first-generation college students in reaching their career goals in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) majors.
Mentoring — A number of programs at Clemson offer incoming students support with academic and social transitions.
Study Abroad — Expand your horizons by taking classes abroad. Student Services
Academic Success Center — Find tutors, take workshops and receive academic counseling specific to your needs.
Financial Aid — Helps students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.
Student Disability Services — Access services to support disability-related academic and other challenges on campus. Graduation Requirements
Know Your Rights/Academic Regulations
Academic Eligibility — Refer to Clemson’s guidelines in regards to eligibility standards to ensure academic success.
Academic Grievances — These guidelines will explain the process you would take if you felt that you were treated unfairly in the assigning of a final grade.
Academic Integrity — Refer to Clemson’s guidelines on honesty and respect in academics, and learn what to do if your academic integrity is ever questioned.