When you come to Clemson, you are immediately welcomed home as part of the family — offering a sense of place and lifelong connections.
Game-changing research, a focus on serving our community, rigorous academics, high-caliber faculty, spirited family. It’s all in a day’s work at Clemson. Our community of students, teachers, scholars and staff collaboratively anticipate and meet the needs of our rapidly changing world — in whatever form that takes.
This is the place you will remember forever and long to return to years after you leave.
Ask real questions like "What are your majors?" or "How is the weather?"
Come discover what drives you. Learn to be a leader, and connect with teachers who can show you what matters most and then help you land your first real job. Come see why we’re one of the top-25 public universities in the nation.
Clemson’s commitment to graduate education has seen a 96 percent increase in doctoral enrollment in the past decade. Our students have the advantage of studying with top professionals in their field at a nationally ranked research university on Clemson’s main campus as well as at sites around the state.
Not every path to Clemson is the same. We understand that. So whether you’re starting our Bridge to Clemson program, are just getting around to starting your degree, are coming back to school or want to take classes for professional development, we have a path for you to reach your goal.
Clemson University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, pregnancy, national origin, age, disability, veteran’s status, genetic information or protected activity (e.g., opposition to prohibited discrimination or participation in any complaint process, etc.) in employment, educational programs and activities, admissions and financial aid. This includes a prohibition against sexual harassment and sexual violence as mandated by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
Inquiries or complaints of discrimination or harassment may be sent to Jerry Knighton, Director of Access and Equity and the University Title IX Coordinator at 864-656-3184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.