College of Health, Education and Human Development

Opportunities for Giving

No college at Clemson University is as directly connected to the future as the one that prepares tomorrow's teachers, educates those who will care for the sick and disabled, demonstrates how communities can intervene with at-risk youth, and provides the leadership needed to achieve a healthful balance between work and leisure. The college is poised to provide many of the human service advancements needed for the 21st century.

The College of Health, Education and Human Development has the opportunity to meaningfully and positively affect the daily lives of people now and in the future by:

  • Offering a direct pathway to some of the most in-demand career opportunities of the 21st century.
  • Including a highly regarded graduate program that emphasizes critical social concerns and lifespan issues.
  • Providing a wide array of honors college programming that emphasizes interdisciplinary learning opportunities for students.
  • Attracting a culturally, ethnically, and intellectually diverse student body and faculty that reflects the world in which they will live and work.
  • Emphasizing international and cultural awareness and understanding to prepare students for life in a global society.
  • Fully integrating technology into the classroom
  • Maintaining physical facilities that reflect its commitment to quality, accessibility and innovation.

The vision of the College of Health, Education, and Human Development is to be a vital resource for the state of South Carolina in addressing quality of life issues and to become universally recognized for innovation, multidisciplinary instruction, research and service that supports and enhances human capabilities in all life stages and environments. To achieve this vision, the college is organized into units that provide the settings for faculty and students to model activities that result from the synergy of teaching, research, and service:

  • Eugene T. Moore School of Education
  • School of Nursing
  • Department of Family and Youth Development
  • Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
  • Department of Public Health Sciences
  • National Dropout Prevention Center
  • Outdoor Laboratory
  • Sullivan Center for Nursing and Wellness

Use the menu on the left to learn specific details about named gift opportunities, ways to give, minimum donations, private and business donations, and specific needs.

If you prefer to speak with us personally, please contact Karen Shaw, Director of Development, 110 Daniel Drive, Clemson, SC 29631-1520, 864.656.0614,  Your gift can help us change lives!