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Lee Hall

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The graduate program in City and Regional Planning is located in Lee Hall. The building contains classrooms, studio space, seminar rooms, and computer labs, as well as the Emery Gunnin Library. Planning students have exclusive access to study space and a computer lab.

Computing / GIS

Computing facilities in Lee Hall are state of the art. Students have access to a range of essential software programs including the latest versions of ESRI GIS software, Adobe Creative Suite, and SPSS statistics software. The planning computer lab is available 24 hours per day. Technical support is provided through Clemson Computing and Information Technilogy (CCIT).

Gunnin Library

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The Gunnin Library in Lee Hall has more than 40,000 books, 85,000 slides, professional journals and periodicals, and a planning document collection. The main University library holds more than a million books, periodicals and government publications. The library also provides excellent research sources through over 75 research databases. The Rudolph Lee Gallery adds to the creative atmosphere of the college including fine arts exhibits. Student, faculty, and well-known professionals representing all disciplines of the college have exhibitions throughout the year.