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Prospective Students

Visit Us

The College of Science offers multiple opportunities for prospective students to explore campus and learn about Clemson University’s cutting-edge degree programs. You can also preview any of our majors and request more information online. Contact the Visitors Center to schedule a campus tour and take your first step toward the admissions process.


Summer 2018 Open House

Our summer open house is July 20. 
Spend the afternoon meeting with academic advisers in your intended majors to discuss curriculum options, AP/IB/Dual Credit and research opportunities. There will also be opportunites to ask questions — and get answers. Prospective students will have the opportunity to visit two majors within the College of Science and tour the RiSE Living Learning Community. 

Pre-Professional Health Studies (non-degree-seeking) students should choose a listed major from the open house schedule. Students interested in pursing a career in a medical-related field should register for an academic meeting through the Open House link and attend the Health Profession Interest Session. Separate registration is required for both events.

Register for your visit

 

Explore Our College

Learn more about what’s offered in the College of Science — and the experiences undergraduates can expect — by exploring our 2018 undergraduate viewbook. Click on the cover image below to view the file in an interactive flipbook format.

viewbook cover link to flipbook


Upcoming Events

For more information about upcoming events, contact the College of Science Center for Student Services at ScienceInfo@clemson.edu.

Contact Us

 

Sharetta Buford, Recruiting Program Coordinator, Clemson University, Clemson SC

Sharetta Bufford
Program Coordinator
✉ ScienceInfo@clemson.edu
☏ 864-656-3296

Sharetta Bufford is a resource for prospective students as they’re discovering the opportunities within the College of Science. Sharetta coordinates recruiting events for the College, manages the Student Ambassador and Peer Mentoring programs, and serves as the college liasion for the RiSE and Connections living-learning communities.