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In response to COVID-19 and to protect the health and well-being of the Clemson Family, Clemson University leadership made the decision to suspend in-person campus visits for the foreseeable future.

For the most up-to-date information regarding Clemson policies related to COVID-19, please visit clemson.edu/coronavirus.

Thanks for your patience and understanding as we continue to work to keep our University community safe during a challenging time.

  • Open Houses for CAAH

    CAAH will be hosting both in-person and virtual open houses starting in the fall. Information on how to register will be posted here as dates are finalized. Students who have already applied to Clemson will automatically be invited to our Open House events via their Clemson Slate accounts. We can’t wait to see you!

    In the meantime, to learn more about CAAH majors and to schedule virtual visits with faculty or students in your desired major, please email VisitCAAH@clemson.edu

  • Departmental Visits in CAAH

    Prospective students who would like to learn more about a particular major are invited to email VisitCAAH@clemson.edu to discuss available options. Currently, we do not offer in-person visits, but you can still chat remotely with a professor or one of our undergraduate Ambassadors. We’ll be happy to set that up for you!

     Please note that the Architecture department schedules their visits separately. See the next tab for more information.

  • School of Architecture Undergraduate Visits

    To learn about any upcoming virtual visits or events for students interested in the study of architecture, please contact Michelle McLane, Student Services Coordinator, at 864-656-3938 or wking@clemson.edu.

  • Graduate Visits in CAAH

    To learn about any upcoming virtual visits or events for a graduate program, please call or email the program contact. All of Clemson's graduate programs are listed here with links to their department pages. 

    Students specifically interested in City Planning and Real Estate Development or Historic Preservation should contact the following individuals: 


    • For the Master of Science in Historic Preservation, contact the program director, Amanda Tucker. This is a joint program with Clemson and the College of Charleston. Students take their classes at the Clemson Design Center in Charleston, which is located on Meeting Street.

  • General Campus Tours

    Clemson University tours are run and scheduled through The Visitors Center. To learn more about virtual options, please navigate to the Visitors Center web page.