Aspire to Be Well for Undergraduate Students (CU 1000 requirement) is a peer-led health and safety focused dialogue presented by Aspire student facilitators. The dialogue covers three areas key to maintaining a safe campus including, alcohol and other drug misuse, sexual violence prevention, and mental health related issues. Participants will also gain an understanding of campus resources that are available. Approximately 40 undergraduate and graduate students serve as program facilitators for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Aspire sessions for spring 2015 are offered on campus January 14th - January 28th for transfers students.
Students will receive an email to their clemson.edu account with information on how to sign up. Online sign up is required before attending a session.
Here is the link to sign up now: https://stuaff.clemson.edu/housing/aspire/
*Please note that Aspire to Be Well contains information about sexual violence and suicide that may be emotionally triggering for some individuals.
If you have concerns or would like to discuss alternatives to participating in Aspire to Be Well in order to complete this requirement, please contact our office at 864-656-5002 or email@example.com.
Aspire to Be Well for Undergraduate Students is a 70 minute program, and attending one session fulfills the CU 1000 requirement, a pass/fail zero-credit course that all new Clemson students are required to take. Each new student should have registered for CU 1000 during orientation course registration. The required components of CU 1000 for the 2015 spring semester can be found at clemson.edu/accepted-students/clemson-connect/.
To contact the Aspire to Be Well coordinators, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.