Clemson University’s School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences (SAFES), part of the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences (CAFLS), is home to the foundational vision expressed in founder Thomas Green Clemson’s last will and testament dated August 14, 1883 creating a scientific institute which would help the citizens of South Carolina prosper by providing teaching, research and extension in the areas of agricultural and natural sciences.
Over 100 years later, SAFES’ mission remains to provide unified education, research and public service programs that address public needs in agriculture and natural resources by providing excellence in instruction, scientific inquiry and outreach to citizens of South Carolina, the nation, and the world.
10 majors, 23 degree programs
816 undergraduates and graduates enrolled
65 teaching, research and extension faculty
192 degrees awarded
$4,831,690 in direct contract awards
$504,339 in indirect awards
$3,248,285 in external awards
15,415 in credit hours taught in SAFES’ ten majors
404 funded research projects resulting in $5,647,006 in expenditures
352 unique research publications by SAFES faculty
340 unique public service communications by SAFES faculty and Extension Associates