If you are interested in signing up for one of our classes or workshops, please click on the following link to our Event Registration Page. Here is a listing of some of our class offerings. If you would like to talk with a consultant concerning some of your organizational needs, you can contact our office at (864) 656-0510 and ask to speak with someone in Education and Outreach.
The Community Development and Responsibility class is a great tool to remind students of the responsibility of living within a community. This class reviews components of the Clemson University Student Code of Conduct and/or the University Housing Contract related to community living (e.g. ID Card, Visitation, Security, Noise, Pets, Fire Safety, etc.). The goal is to reinforce the standards and core values of the Clemson community, help students understand the components of a successful community, and employ best practices in their daily interactions with members of the community.
Computer Piracy is a growing problem on college campuses across the country and Clemson University is no exception. This class helps students understand both the positive and negative aspects of using file-sharing networks and how downloading music and movie files without the written consent of the content owner is a violation of U.S. law. This class also takes a brief historical look at copyright infringement and studies recent U.S. court cases of alleged illegal file-sharing. Finally, students are offered resources to obtain music and movies legally as well as resources for continued education on the topic.
Hey it Can Happen to You Too is an educational program presented by Clemson students who have made unhealthy decisions as it relates to alcohol. These students will talk about their experience going through the criminal court system and lessons learned that can be applied to their life and that other students can use as well. Students will discuss a variety of topics including driving under the influence, unsafe drinking habits, personal accountabilty, and personal exploration and growth.
Through Our Clemson Core Values, students will come to understand the responsibility of being a Clemson University student and how the Core Values can be part of the basis for positive decision-making on campus. At the end of the presentation students will have the opportunity to sign a pledge honoring the Clemson Core Values. This pledge will be displayed in the University Union Loggia prior to Spring Break.
T.E.A.M. is a program designed to encourage appropriate methods of team development without the use of hazing. This program discusses the risks associated with hazing and helps group members brainstorm effective ways to support team-building initiatives.
In this program the goal is to reintroduce the ideals of Integrity, Honesty, and Respect in a process to help all of us mediate conflicts that come up periodically. Participants will learn effective strategies towards helping others work through conflicts and will be given an opportunity to serve the campus by volunteering as a conflict mediator.