iPhones displaying the my.Clemson app

my.Clemson

EVERYTHING CLEMSON. EVERYWHERE.

my.Clemson makes connecting with Clemson a cinch. From a smart phone, tablet, or computer, it's easy to get information and get things done. Visit my.clemson.edu or download the app below.

Get it done with my.Clemson
Just a few tools built in to my.Clemson:

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Student life has never been so mobile.

With my.Clemson, you can find campus buildings, search the phonebook, use Lab Finder to check computer availability, and lots more.
Calendar

Never miss a
Clemson event.

Never miss another Clemson event. Browse event listings and add directly to your device's calendar.
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Clemson Athletics, just a few taps away.

Find everything you're looking for on Clemson Athletics: news, scores, photos and schedules.

A sample of features you'll find in my.Clemson:

  • Directory/Phonebook
  • Lab Finder
  • Map
  • Athletics
  • Career Center
  • Dining Hall Menus
  • Health Services
  • Recreation Center
  • Safety (Tiger Transit)
  • Profile/Self-Service

New features coming soon!

  • Blackboard Integration
  • Parking Availability
  • SIS/iRoar Integration
  • CAT Bus GPS Tracking
  • Fike Availability and Capacity
  • Cloud Desktop
  • Push Notifications for Events

Responsive Design

my.Clemson is built to run seamlessly and make the best utilization of screen size regardless of your choice of device.

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iPad

Always Evolving

The developers of my.Clemson are constantly working to improve and add features to the app. Got an idea? Please send feedback.

College girl using the my.Clemson app on an iPad

Using Your Device

Your smart phone and tablet are capable of getting a lot of things done at Clemson. However, you'll need to get these services properly setup.

Select your mobile platform operating system on the right and get the information necessary to connect to the wireless network (Eduroam), set up Exchange (Email, Calendar, Contacts), connect to VPN, and sign up for emergency text alerts.

Select your mobile platform operating system below and get the information necessary to connect to the wireless network (Eduroam), set up Exchange (Email, Calendar, Contacts), connect to VPN, and sign up for emergency text alerts.

Device not listed? View generic setup instructions:

App Showcase

App development at Clemson is not exclusive to the Mobile Innovation Team. Instead, staff and students all across campus work hard to create apps that reflect the high standards of Clemson University, and we're proud to showcase their efforts.

Find to the right the products of their innovation and creativity.

Find below the products of their innovation and creativity.

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Are you a developer or in need of a mobile app?

Do you have a University-related app you'd like developed? Our team would love to help you with that.

Are you a developer on campus? Check out mobile development courses from Dr. Roy Pargas. If you're a developer on campus looking to publish an app as Clemson University, please use the links below to investigate and learn the process.

Contact the Mobile Dev Team

If you have any questions about the my.Clemson app or any other offical Clemson University mobile app, please get in touch with our team. You can contact the individuals below or email the entire team at this address.

my.Clemson News

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Transition to the new my.Clemson from m.ClemsonMay 19, 2014

Clemson's Mobile Innovation Team is proud to announce the release of my.Clemson, a new responsive application with enhanced features for web, iOS, and Android. As part of the new release, we will retire official support for the previous m.Clemson mobile app in May 2014. Please point your browsers to my.clemson.edu or download the iOS app on the App Store. An Android version of my.Clemson is coming soon.

Release Notes for my.Clemson Hotfix ReleaseMarch 6, 2014

Clemson's Mobile Innovation Team released a hotfix for my.Clemson today. Changes in today's release include:

  • Fixed a bug on the emergency contact and validation pages that restricted users from entering phone numbers with punctuation. The phone number field now accepts a variety of common phone number formats.
  • Changed email address fields in the emergency contact and validation pages from mandatory to optional. It is still recommended, but no longer required, to enter your email address in these fields.
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