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Three female students sit together at an outdoor table. Two female students on the right have their laptops open, while the female student on the left has a textbook open.

Community That Creates Action

Clemson is where you are inspired to refine your skills, guided through new challenges and encouraged to help others along the way. On campus, our diverse community comes together to create meaningful impact.

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Surroundings That Inspire Gratitude

A walk across Clemson’s campus transports visitors from rolling hills to Death Valley and farther still to Lake Hartwell. The sound of the carillon greets those within earshot of Tillman Hall, and often, the sight of an orange and purple sunset signals the end of a day spent in Clemson.

James Barker Illustration of Brooks Center
Clemson students sit together in a dining hall in Douthit Hills as the sun sets and highlights Tillman Hall.
Four male Clemson students play touch football on an intramural field beside Memorial Stadium.

Organizations That Foster Friendships

Six performing arts majors sing and jump in the air while on a set designed to emulate a classroom in the Brooks Center.
A male student wearing a black sweatshirt that reads “Speak Up Stand Up” stands inside the atrium of the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business building.

“I joined the Minority Business Student Association my first year knowing that I would be around a diverse group of students that would become friends — and eventually a sort of close family.”

Carese Brown,
management ’22

Campus Culture That Promotes Family

A female student wearing glasses, black jeans, and a blue top speaks with a female student wearing purple pants and a black jacket.

“When I came to Clemson, I heard about the Clemson Family, but I didn’t understand that at all. Once I got involved here, especially with the Hispanic community, I realized what that was and what it brought out in me.”

Melissa Ricuarte,
architecture ’23
Clemson faculty and their children interact at a gathering behind Cooper Library.