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Finances

Financial

The Student Financial Services and the Student Financial Aid offices are here to support students in all financial obligations associated with being enrolled at Clemson. Student Financial Services offers students and authorized users support in meeting their financial obligations to the University whereas Student Financial Aid helps students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University. This is done through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.


Authorized User to Pay the Bill

Students can add a parent as an Authorized User via TouchNet. Students can click on the "Authorized users" tab via TouchNet, enter their parent's email address and an email with login instructions will then be sent to the parent. Authorized users can view the bill, make a tuition payment and sign up for a payment plan. Authorized Users cannot enroll for eRefund. Authorized users have a unique login to iROAR.

Financial Literacy

The Department of Student Financial Aid provides many helpful resources on financial literacy on their web page. Some of the topic areas you will see include, personal budgets, saving, debt management, credit management, credit cards, default prevention and loan repayment options. Our goal is to help you gain the necessary knowledge to make sound financial decisions and to secure a successful financial future.

iROAR

iROAR is the database that houses all students information. This system can be used see any information regarding fees, payments deadlines, financial aid information, scholarships etc.

Payment Plans

Clemson offers a Four Payment Plan, a convenient method of planning for and paying your tuition and fees for the fall or spring semester.

Scholarship

Scholarships are defined as a type of financial aid, in the form of a grant (a sum of money or other aid) that does not have to be repaid by the recipients to assist students as they pursue their studies. Scholarships are most often given to students for a couple of reasons: academic merit/achievement, or financial need (or a combination of both)