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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Ongoing Operations

Ongoing Operations

HEALTHY CLEMSON

UNITED AS TIGERS

Our aim is to keep our spaces safe, as well as the people who live and work in them. 

Learning on Campus

Living on Campus

Working on Campus

Visiting Campus

Vaccines

Clemson does not require COVID-19 vaccines but strongly encourages anyone who wants and is able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to do so. You can read more about the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines from the CDC and DHEC.

Clemson students, faculty, and staff across the state of South Carolina can voluntarily upload proof of their COVID-19 vaccination using the Upload Tool and are encouraged to do so.

De-identified data submitted through the upload tool will be used to assist University administration in continued health and safety planning. Identifiable data may be used to implement quarantine exceptions in accordance with CDC and DHEC guidelines.

Those seeking vaccine availability in South Carolina can use DHEC’s Vax Locator or Vaccine.gov to find a nearby vaccination site.

Masks and Face Coverings

Following the South Carolina Supreme Court decision which permits higher education institutions to require a universal mask mandate, Clemson will require masks in all of its statewide buildings including classrooms, instructional facilities, offices, labs, and residential and dining halls except while eating or in private spaces. The requirement is effective thorugh Oct. 8.

Masks were shown in our models to a have significant impact on curbing the spread of the virus and correspondingly enhances our ability to stay in person.

The University continues to evaluate all public health data as it mitigates the prevalence of COVID-19 while maximizing opportunities to continue in-person classes.

Physical Distancing

All University facilities, including instructional and research areas, will operate at full capacity. No physical distancing requirements will be in place at this time.

Cleaning

Cleaning processes have returned to pre-COVID-19 protocols, however cleaning standards are continuously reviewed. Should conditions warrant enhanced cleaning protocols, the University is prepared to quickly reestablish enhanced cleaning to reduce the spread of illness.