Clemson University provides a wealth of resources for students and faculty. Please visit Clemson University's Web site to access all resources available to Clemson University students and faculty.
Listed below are some of the most commonly used sites:
You are assigned to an adviser upon admission into the program. Regular interactions with your adviser will make your academic journey more efficient and effective. Questions about your adviser should be directed to your academic area office. Off-campus students can meet with on-campus faculty members via desktop videoconferencing through the Clemson University Virtual Advising Center at UCG. Use of the facility is scheduled through ODE Student Services Coordinator, April Bowen (864) 656-5097.
Clemson University Barnes & Noble Bookstore
Dedicated to providing the best services and products possible.
This website offers a price comparison of textbooks by seller using ISBN, Title, Author, or keyword search engine.
CCIT Help Desk
Help Desk is available by telephone at (864) 656-3594, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the web site for available hours.
Course Catalog (Graduate) and (Undergraduate)
The purpose of the catalog is to give a general description of Clemson University and to provide prospective students with detailed information regarding the various colleges and departments within the University and curricula offered by the University.
The professional staff works with students with identified disabilities to develop strategies and to offer accommodations both in and out of the classroom to help enhance the Clemson experience.
Financial aid at Clemson University includes University scholarships and grants, Palmetto Fellows, LIFE and HOPE Scholarships (for S.C. residents), Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, State Need-Based Grants (for S.C. residents), Federal Stafford Loans, Federal Work-Study, Federal Perkins Loans and PLUS Loans.
Graduate School Information
The Graduate School web pages include current policies, procedures, calendars, and related forms.
The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) website
The library web pages connect you to the many services and resources provided for Clemson University students, including online databases, e-journals, electronic books, interlibrary loan, etc.
Library for Distance Education, Clemson University
The Clemson Libraries are pleased to provide library services, materials, and assistance to students enrolled in Clemson University distance education classes. In addition, the university provides Clemson students with a variety of free software.
The Registrar’s Office web site provides you with information about course schedules, registration, calendars, tuition fees, and grades.
The Clemson University Student Handbook provides important information on institution policies, people, campus activities, tradition, and organizations.
The Division of Student Affairs makes sure traditions stay strong and that each student feels safe and supported in exploring new challenges. By promoting self-knowledge, leadership, responsibility and diversity, we are cultivating student excellence every single day.
VA Educational Benefits
Clemson University is approved by the Veterans Administration as a training facility for eligible veterans, servicepersons, reservists, widows and children of veterans. Eligibility and equivalent educational benefits are determined by the Veterans Administration (VA).