As a land-grant university, part of Clemson's mission is to encourage civic responsibility and public service. The Community Scholars program emphasizes civic engagement and community leadership and offers recipients the opportunity to learn about civic and community life and combine public service activities with their Clemson experience. Highlights of this four-year program include:
To be considered, incoming students should complete the application form and include your resume and two recommendations from either teachers and/or community service professionals you have worked with, and send all materials to:
Community Scholars Program
Final Community Scholar awards will be offered based on commitment to community service, promise as a future community leader, recommendations, and optional telephone interview. As long as recipients of this award continue to remain in good standing with the university, help maintain a collaborative environment, and meet the program's academic and public service commitments during their four years at Clemson, they will remain a member of the Community Scholars program. The award is contingent upon passing a security check.
Completed APPLICATION FORMS and RECOMMENDATIONS FORMS are due
***Applications are currently not being taken.***
You may either download and fill out the forms or submit forms online.
DOWNLOAD PDF forms here: Currently are not available
If you have any questions, please contact:
Kathy Woodard, Program Coordinator
Dr. Sue Limber, Faculty Director