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The Educational Enrichment Travel Grants and Duckenfield Scholar programs are currently on hold due to 2021 University Travel restrictions.

Study abroad is open to students in all majors and is critically important for every professional field.

The Honors College currently offers the following study abroad programs:

  • Duckenfield Scholars Program

    The Christopher J. Duckenfield Scholars Program was established by his family and friends to honor his memory.  Dr. Duckenfield, at Clemson University for 26 years, last served as Clemson's Vice Provost for Computing and Information Technology. Fittingly enough, he was also an alumnus of St. Peter's College, Oxford.

    The Duckenfield Scholars Program is designed to identify and enable one or two members of the Honors College, who demonstrate extraordinary talent, motivation, commitment, and ability to attend St. Peter's Summer School at Magdalen College, Oxford University, each summer. The five-week summer school program immerses students in an unparalleled and challenging educational experience provided by Oxford professors from St. Peter’s College in one of three areas: Environmental Studies, English, or Medieval Studies.

    Students will also have multiple experiences to appreciate another culture and broaden their global perspectives.

    See the Duckenfield Scholars Program website for additional details.

  • The London Internship Program

    The Honors London Virtual Internship Program combines HON 2090, with a three-credit virtual internship in London, England, that is suited to most any academic major. The course will last the first half of the Spring 2021 semester, with the internship comprising the final half. The course will provide the students with background information on British history, society and culture so that they maximize the benefit of the internship and gain a greater understanding of the country in which they will be (virtually) working. Students will be interviewed by a London placement group in order to identify an internship that is best suited to their academic pursuits. It is hoped that the overall experience in this program will also prepare and encourage them to seek out an actual study-abroad experience in Britain in the future. Program fee is $250. Application is due Oct 15. Questions? melisso@clemson.edu

  • Educational Enrichment Travel Grants

    Educational Enrichment Travel Grants (EETGs) are designed to fund out of the classroom, life-changing experiences that take place away from Clemson and the Upstate of South Carolina.  For more information, see Educational Enrichment Travel Grants Website.

  • Summer 2021 Learn at Home Mini-Grants

    Details can be found on the Funding Opportunities website.

  • Conference Travel Grant Fund

    Students attending or presenting at professional academic conferences may request Conference Travel Funds to register for and travel to the events.

    The CTG is intended to provide financial support to students in the Clemson University Honors college planning to attend, or present at, professional academic conferences. Students may apply for a maximum of two Conference Travel Grants in one fiscal year. In order for your application to be considered, you must have submitted your application two weeks prior to the start date of the conference. For more information about eligibility and approved expenses please read the CTG Guidelines.

    Conference Travel Fund Guidelines

    Conference Travel Fund Application

  • Clemson Study Abroad Office

    In addition to the support you'll find from the Clemson University Study Abroad Office, the Honors College coordinates several study abroad programs and is always seeking opportunities to further advance our students' understanding of the interconnectedness of the world.


Clemson University Honors College Contact Information

Clemson University | 180 Core Campus | Clemson, SC 29634-5106 | 864-656-4762 | Email: Clemson University Honors College

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