During their freshman year, Bridge students are enrolled full time at TCTC, granting them access to all TCTC academic success services and student life opportunities. These opportunities include joining student organizations and participating in scheduled student activities. To keep students informed of the events at Clemson and TCTC, regular Bridge meetings are held at TCTC throughout the academic year.
Additional services and opportunities available through Clemson include the following:
Health care services are available to Bridge students at Clemson’s Redfern Health Center. Services covered through the Bridge program fee include medical services, counseling and psychological services, and health education. A student health insurance plan with competitive premiums is also available through Redfern Health Center.
Bridge students can utilize the services of the career centers at both TCTC and Clemson. The career centers offer programs and services for students to explore and identify major and career choices so they can achieve their educational and career goals.
Through Clemson’s Department of Campus Recreation, Bridge students have access to the 200,000-square-foot Fike Recreation Center, Swann Fitness Center, Sloan Tennis Center and several other outdoor athletic facilities.
Transit service is provided from Highpointe to TCTC and Clemson while TCTC classes are in session. Students who have a car and wish to park at TCTC and/or Clemson may purchase a student parking permit from each institution.