Planning, Development and Preservation

New Student Information

New Student Page

We are excited you are joining the Master of Real Estate Development Program!  Below are a list of instructions for new domestic and international MRED students. It is also important for incoming domestic students to review the New Student Checklist on the Graduate School's site and for incoming international students to review the New International Student Checklist on the Graduate School's site.

NEW STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS--DOMESTIC STUDENTS

1. Submit your final official transcript to the Graduate School.  Transcripts are considered official only if they are received by the Graduate Admissions Office in a sealed university envelope.

2. Accept our offer of admission using the Graduate School admissions portal. 

3. All new or transfer students are required to complete the Student Immunization Form for Redfern Health Center by July 1 for fall enrollment. Review the official immunization policy here.

In addition, all full-time graduate students will be enrolled in the student health insurance plan. If you already have health insurance coverage, you will need to go to the Online Health Insurance Waiver form and select the "waive" link on the left. Then, follow the instructions to request a waiver of the required Student Health Insurance Plan. For additional information visit the Redfern Health Center.

4. Register for classes using the iROAR system.

5. Make plans to attend the mandatory MRED program orientation on Monday, August 19 at Clemson at the Falls campus in Greenville.
*New off-campus students are welcome to attend the New Graduate School Orientation held on the Clemson main campus, but are not required to attend. 

6. Read the SC Illegal Immigration Act.

7. Pay student fees and/or tuition.

NEW STUDENT INSTRUCTIONS--INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

1. Submit your final official transcript to the Graduate School.  Transcripts are considered official only if they are received by the Graduate Admissions Office in a sealed university envelope.

2. Accept admission using the Graduate School admissions portal. 

3. After you have accepted our admission offer, the Graduate School will send your application information to International Services.

4. You must mail a copy of your passport photo page, the IS-50 Financial Certification form, and a copy of a certified bank statement (less than six months old, showing a balance in US dollars) to International Services. For additional details, review the International Services page for new international students.
International Services
E-301 Martin Hall
Box 345714
Clemson, SC  29634-5714

5. You will then be notified via e-mail when your I-20 is ready to be shipped. If the address for your visa is different from the address on your application, please notify international services by e-mail is@clemson.edu.

6. All new or transfer students are required to complete the Student Immunization Form for Redfern Health Center by July 1 for fall enrollment. Review the official immunization policy here.

In addition, all full-time graduate students will be enrolled in the student health insurance plan. If you already have health insurance coverage, you will need to go to the Online Health Insurance Waiver form and select the "waive" link on the left. Then, follow the instructions to request a waiver of the required Student Health Insurance Plan. For additional information visit the Redfern Health Center.

7. Register for classes using the iROAR system.

8. Students are required to visit the Redfern Health Center for a tuberclosis screening before orientation.  See the required vaccines on the Pre-Matriculation/Immunization Requirements page. See the Redfern Health Center Location and Hours of Operation here.  

Redfern Health Center
735 McMillan Road
Clemson, SC 29634
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9.  Make plans to attend the mandatory MRED program orientation on Monday, August 19 at Clemson at the Falls campus in Greenville.
*New off-campus students are welcome to attend the New Graduate School Orientation held on the Clemson main campus, but are not required to attend.

10. Read the SC Illegal Immigration Act.

11. Pay student fees and/or tuition.