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New Students

New Students

Important Information: Meningococcal Disease and Hepatitis B

Requirements and Recommendations

All entering undergraduate and graduate students are required to:*

  1. Complete Student Immunization Forms or obtain a verified copy of your immunization record.

  2. Complete Tuberculosis Risk Assessment.

  3. Upload completed documents to MyHealth-e. You may also mail or fax completed documents to:

    Redfern Health Center
    Clemson University
    Box 344054 Rm: 34
    Clemson, SC 29634-4054
    Fax: 864-656-0760

Acceptable forms of verification include one of the following:

  • Personal shot records that are verified by doctor's stamp or contain a health provider's signature

  • Personal shot records with a clinic or health department stamp

  • Military Records or World Health Organization (WHO) documents

  • Previous college or university records that are verified

All forms should be submitted prior to July 1 for summer/fall enrollment and December 1 for spring enrollment. Students not in compliance with the immunization requirements may have a hold placed on future registrations and may be subject to a late fee.

*Exception: If you are only enrolled in online courses, you do not need to comply with medical clearance requirements. However, if you receive notices of non-compliance, contact Health Information at 864-656-2234 or e-mail redfern@clemson.edu.


Clemson University offers a comprehensive Student Health Insurance Plan.

Health insurance is required for the following students who are considered Mandatory Enrollees:

  1. Graduate students enrolled in nine credit hours or more on the main campus  

  2. Graduate students classified as graduate assistants 

  3. International students (graduate and undergraduate)

If you fall into one of these categories, you must complete enrollment or submit a waiver

In the near future, we will courtesy file as an out-of-network provider for most medical insurance plans and will be adding additional insurance plans throughout the year. Please upload your medical insurance card in MyHealth-e so we have your information on file. 

Medical Insurance 

We accept most insurance cards at our pharmacy. Please upload your pharmacy insurance card in MyHealth-e. You may also complete the Pharmacy Prescription Card Information form and fax or mail it to the pharmacy in Redfern Health Center:

Redfern Health Center
Clemson University
735 McMillan Rd.
Clemson, SC 29634-4054
Fax: 864-656-2500

It's good to always keep a copy of your current insurance card(s) with you.

Before you arrive, please request to transfer any prescription(s) to Redfern so that we can fill your prescriptions(s) in a timely manner. 

Pharmacy Insurance

Information and Resources

Health Fee

SHS Brochure

Student Health 101