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College Priorities

SochiDean’s Excellence Fund
Every day, the competition increases for the best faculty, brightest students and most cutting-edge research. In order to remain an engaged college within a nationally ranked public institution, CBSHS must provide critical funds to increase programmatic offerings to our students and faculty, uniquely positioning the College to provide leadership through innovative education, research and service.

Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships
Dwindling public funding, growing tuition rates and more people entering higher education have created an urgent need for additional scholarships and fellowships. Need-based funding opens doors for deserving students who would not otherwise be able to afford college, and prestigious merit-based awards attract the nation’s top students. In turn, these students will contribute to both the College and Clemson’s academic reputation.

Endowed Chairs and Professorships
To reach its full potential as a top-tier research university, CBSHS must recruit and retain eminent scholars, teachers and researchers to continue the tradition of excellence established by current faculty. Endowed chairs and professorships help CBSHS import the intellectual capital needed to be at the pinnacle of academic research. We must continue to attract faculty of this caliber to help shape the educational environment for our students, the national reputation of Clemson University, and the economic prosperity of our state.

Funding these priorities will offer critical support to the College, helping us recruit and retain top students and faculty and provide life-changing student engagement programs.

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For more information about how you can support these initiatives, or other ways to make an impact, please contact Rachelle Beckner,  Director of Development, at (304) 741-4476 or rlbeckn@clemson.edu.

More Information

Rachelle Beckner
Director of Development
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
Clemson University
110 Daniel Drive
Clemson, SC 29631
(304) 741-4476
rlbeckn@clemson.edu