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Greenville ONE
Greenville ONE

We are located in the Greenville ONE Building at 1 North Main Street, the premiere new mixed-use 400,000 sf. complex in the heart of award-winning downtown Greenville, South Carolina. We have joined other Business graduate programs (MBA, accountancy, management, marketing, and finance) in the Greenville ONE Building, occupying 70,000 square feet on four floors, including a 4,000 sf. rooftop garden overlooking Main Street for social events and student enjoyment. The mixed use, state-of-the-art building has a green roof as well as ground level upscale retail/food and adjacent new hotel and civic plaza, with plentiful parking. We have state of the art classrooms, offices, study and breakout areas, and our own library/conference room. ONE is the tallest building in South Carolina with the LEED Gold Construction certification.

The programs and centers at ONE have a varied and far-reaching impact on the community and region. The facility is buzzing with activity, hosting monthly and annual events, many of which are open to the general public.

In the heart of the Southeast, our location serves as an excellent student laboratory and opportunities to work closely with the real estate community. Our program emphasizes thorough knowledge of mixed-use, infill and master-planned communities, which have premier examples in the region. We are located in a dynamic metro area of 1.4 million people (Greenville-Spartanburg) between the two major markets of Atlanta and Charlotte on the I-85 Innovation Corridor. It is within several hours’ drive of an array of development types and issues, including coastal South Carolina with Kiawah Island, Charleston and Hilton Head Island; Savannah GA; as well as the lakes and mountains of North and South Carolina.

Clemson LibraryClemson Libraries also serve ONE, including the School of Design and Building Collection in the Emery Gunnin Library at Lee Hall and the Robert Muldrow Cooper Main Library. The Library also includes the Hughes Urban Land Institute Collection, consisting of all ULI books which are readily available. The Clemson University Libraries are much more than a storehouse for books. They are a gateway to information — databases, books, journals and primary research materials —regardless of format. Collaboration with other universities, government agencies and industries allows shared access to other library holdings, turning the Clemson Libraries into a library without walls.

The University is ranked highly as one of the most wired universities. Clemson has shared class workspace and Web-based tools for communication and collaboration. All campus computers are connected by a Novell NetWare network infrastructure and maintained by the University’s Division of Computing and Information Technology.