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New Student Family Handbook

Experience Student Affairs

The New Student Family Handbook features articles, programming and interactive content tailored to new students and their families. This version of the Family Handbook works in conjunction with the printed handbook that each family is given during New Student Orientation, and provides interactive content including web links, email links, image slideshows, video, animation and more! Click here take a look at the 2017 Family Handbook.

Clemson Family Press E-Newsletters 

Parents of new students can expect to start receiving the newsletter by the end of their student's first semester. 

SIGN UP HERE FOR CLEMSON FAMILY PRESS NEWSLETTERS

 

For other and older newsletters, please visit our Clemson Family E-Newsletter Archive Page.

Parents Planning Calendar

parents calendar

The annual Parents Planning Calendar, Welcome to Parents Council, is available each year in June to new Clemson families at the orientation sessions. There is valuable information included about Clemson academic deadlines, as well as tips and CU Facts. Click here to view the 2017-2018 calendar. You may also request that a calendar be mailed to you; there is a nominal fee of $5 to cover shipping and handling. Click here to order a copy of the calendar by mail.

Tiger Talk Blog

Many things are happening for students throughout the year between involvement, handling the shifting relationships from college to home, academia, finding a job, balancing time, having a roommate and much more! This is a space where students will give some insight of what is going on throughout the year and some useful resources to manage these shifts.

Click here to visit the Tiger Talk Blog and get the student perspective!

Student Affairs Experience Magazine

student affairs magazine

The Student Affairs Experience Magazine showcases future and planned initiatives and developments. We invite you to take a look and learn more about the division and how our capital projects will benefit students and the University for years to come.


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