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Welcome to the Clemson Family!

Discover next steps

Your acceptance to Clemson is just the beginning! Enroll today and discover the steps you need to take before moving to Clemson this fall.

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Step-by-step guide for new Clemson students

View the Orientation Schedule

Orientation sessions are held all summer long. Take a look at the available dates, and register for the session that fits your schedule. We can’t wait to see you on campus!

Orientation Schedule
A student smiles with her parents during a Summer Orientation session.
Orientation ambassadors lead their groups of students across campus during a Summer Orientation session.

Attend an Admitted Student Event

Excited to be admitted to Clemson but not sure yet if it’s the right fit? Attend a Future Tiger Day event with your family to experience Clemson, learn more about program offerings and ask any questions you may have.

New Clemson students sit in Brooks Performing Arts Center at the beginning of an event.

Future Tiger Days

Through Future Tiger Days, admitted students get the opportunity to experience campus as a future Tiger. Participants hear from representatives in Admissions, Orientation and Housing & Dining, meet current Clemson students and visit with faculty and staff from their major. Campus tours are also offered. Check back for more information on dates and how to register in spring 2021.

Experience Clemson

Experience Clemson is an open house event for accepted underrepresented minority students where you can learn about the opportunities and resources available to you as a Clemson student. You will be able to meet with faculty and staff and talk with current students about what it’s like to live and learn here. If you received an invitation to Experience Clemson, we look forward to seeing you on campus! Invited students will receive an email with details on how to register.

A panel of African American students sit together answering questions during an Experience Clemson event.

Attend Clemson. Gain Independence.

Alyxandria Farkas, left, looks at a sheet of printed decals with graphic communications professor Erica Walker.

“Through the graphic communications program, I’ve been able to go on trips and to conferences. I went to the United States Postal Forum, which was eye-opening and showed how our work is relevant. Then I was able to go to Chicago twice for a print industry conference. It’s not something you’d do typically, but it puts you out of your element.”

Alyxandria Farkas
Marketing and Graphic Communications ’20
Clemson students study while sitting in the grass beside the reflection pond and Cooper Library.