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Student Health Services 

Mission 

Student Health Services strengthens Clemson University by providing quality medical and mental health care, public health leadership, and initiatives that enhance the academic success of our students and promote health, safety and well-being of the campus community.

Vision 

Student Health Services strives to be an innovative health care system providing integrated quality services that are responsive to the needs of the University community.

Accreditation

Redfern Health Center is committed to quality health care and patient safety. Receiving accreditation from The Joint Commission is an external sign of our commitment. The Joint Commission is the highest level of health care accreditation — the gold standard by which all health care accreditation is measured. Currently only 17 student health centers in the United States are accredited by the commission, and Redfern is the only Joint Commission-accredited center in South Carolina.


We chose to be reviewed by The Joint Commission because it stands for quality health care and patient safety; so do we. It sets high standards of care and evaluates health care organizations against those standards.


We strive for Clemson University to be a national model of health, safety and sustainability and for our students to experience a way of life at Clemson University that contributes to their lifelong health and well-being. We achieve this by providing exemplary 


  • leadership and advocacy for public health policies and structures intended to improve health;

  • engaged learning activities – creative inquiry teams, internships, class projects;

  • partnerships and networks of collaborators to achieve Healthy Campus objectives;

  • population-level interventions.

2015–2016 Student Health Services (SHS) Annual Report
2016 SHS Fall Report