It is not necessary to apply for a particular scholarship or have prior knowledge of eligibility criteria except for the following programs: APPLY ONLY IF YOU MEET THE PREFERENCE REQUIREMENTS.
James W. and Margaret Grainger Clark Scholarship Trust Fund provides several scholarships. First preference is given to graduates of Tamassee-Salem High School who have resided at the Tamassee DAR School or students who have resided at the Kate Duncan Smith DAR School. Second preference is given to a son or daughter of a member in good standing of The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Staff Senate Annual Scholarships are awarded to children of currently employed full-time Clemson University staff (not faculty) members. Of every two scholarships, one scholarship will be awarded based on academic achievement and a second will be awarded to students demonstrating financial need. Scholarships are not automatically renewable and require an application each year, which must be submitted by March 1.
Olivia Jackson McGee Endowed Scholarship is awarded to a student in architecture or English. Preference is given to children or grandchildren of Clemson University tenured professors.
Pierce-Elizabeth Rogers Scholarship is awarded to a resident of Kershaw or Dillon County, with preference given to orphans.
The Aldridge Family Scholarship is awarded to military veterans or to children of veterans with preference being given to children of fallen veterans. Student recipients are selected by the Office of Student Financial Aid who will carry out the administration of the scholarship. Student recipients must demonstrate financial need based on the FAFSA and complete it by the priority deadlines: January 2 for incoming freshmen and April 1 for Upperclassmen.
If you meet the qualifications of any of these specific scholarships, please send the application and a letter (or email) to the Office of Student Financial Aid stating your qualifications. Be sure to include your full name and Clemson ID number in your correspondence.