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Student Organization Advisors

All recognized clubs and organizations are required to have an advisor who is a full-time member of Clemson University’s faculty or staff.  The choice of who an organization’s advisor will be is at the discretion of the organization and the chosen advisor.



An advisor is more than a signature. Advisors help students take full advantage of co-curricular learning and serve as a role model and mentor for members of recognized student organizations. Student-faculty/staff interaction outside of the classroom enhances the overall college experience and reaps many benefits - both for the students and the individual advisor.


You may view our Advisor Agreement for additonal information about advisor expectations. 


If you are interested in becoming an advisor to a student organization, please complete the Advisor interest form

TigerQuest Advisor Resource Handbook


Upcoming Workshops:

  • TigerQuest Training and Other Advisor Essentials


    Date:August 17,2017


    Location: Edgar Brown University Union, SOC room


    We will be hosting an in depth TigerQuest training session for advisors. TigerQuest, the online system for student organizations and clubs, is a great resource to you and your club. In this session, we will teach you how to navigate and utilize the many features of this platform including how to manage elections, community service hours, membership rosters, requirements for officers, and more. In addition to the TigerQuest training, we will also review the beginning of the year checklist, event planning policies and procedures, recognition meeting dates, and other timely details for the semester.

  • Budgeting, Fundraising, Risk Management, and Liability


    Date:September 12,2017


    Location: Hendrix Student Center, David Peebles 


    Whether a long term advisor or new to the scene, this workshop is essential to the management of your club/organization. This month’s workshop will cover the ins-and-outs of budgeting, fundraising, and risk management practices for your organization as well as an insider’s guide to planning and implementing student organization sponsored events.

  • Best Practices, Lessons Learned, Techniques of the Role: Stories from Advisors and Student Officers


    Date:October 9, 2017


    Location: Hendrix Student Center, David Peebles


    Hear from a panel of both new and seasoned advisors as well as student officers on the topics and issues most relevant to you as an advisor. This workshop is a great opportunity to take home some new ideas for your club/organization and share and collaborate with other advisors about what works and what doesn’t work in running a student club/organization!

  • How to Prevent Stress and Burnout


    Date:November 8, 2017


    Location: Edgar Brown University Union, Student Center Chambers


    As we all know, today’s involved students go ninety to nothing and stress and burnout is a reality for many of your student organization leaders and members. Come learn about the best practices to help manage and alleviate stress for your students (and maybe yourself!). Guest contributors will cover a wide range of techniques and solutions to managing stress! Spring agendas and dates will also be available at this meeting!


Additional information will be provided soon.

To Activate your Personal Account on TigerQuest:


  • Click TigerQuest.

  • Login using your CUID and password.

  • New users will be prompted to create a user profile

  • Enter the requested information. You can even upload a picture of yourself. Click “Finished” when you are done.

  • You will then be taken to your Personal Account.


Join an Organization:


  • Click “Join an Org” at the top of your personal account page.

  • You will see all recognized student organizations on campus listed in alphabetical order. You can search the listing by name, category or keyword.

  • The first organization you should join is “Advisor Resources” found in the Administration Category. You will be automatically added.


My Orgs


  • You will be able to access that organization’s profile in the future by going to your Personal Account, scrolling over “My Orgs” at the top of page and clicking the abbreviated organization name.