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Student Resources

The Center for Student Services is here to help undergraduate and graduate students navigate the variety of options for study in the College of Science. Our mission is to serve as a central resource and to provide support for students, faculty, and staff. We coordinate efforts to recruit, advise, and retain top-tier students and provide engagement opportunities that promote professional development and global citizenship.

Our services include:

    • Recruitment
    • Major discovery
    • Mentoring
    • Advising support for special populations
    • Student enrichment
    • Professional development

The Center for Student Services staff has the knowledge and experience to advise students on the many options and opportunities available in the College of Science.

Stephanie Evans, Director of Student Services, Clemson College of Science.

Stephanie Evans

Director of Student Services

Stephanie Evans leads, develops and implements college-wide student recruitment, advising programs, and retention strategies. Stephanie also represents the College of Science on university advising and recruiting committees.

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

Sharetta Bufford

Recruiting Program Coordinator

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.

Ask Sharetta about:

    • Scheduling college and department visits
    • Exploring majors
    • How to become a student ambassador
    • How to become a peer mentor
➥ Schedule an appointment with Sharetta

Adam Hunter, Advising Program Coordinator for Student Services, Clemson University, Clemson SC

Adam Hunter

Advising Program Coordinator

Adam Hunter advises a variety of student populations in the College of Science, including Bridge to Clemson students interested in College of Science majors, students in Pre-Professional Health Studies and those on the pre-pharmacy track, and freshman students in the chemistry department. Adam is also the college-designated advisor for Accelerated Pathways to MUSC. He manages student enrichment and professional development opportunities.

Ask Adam about:

    • Orientation for the College of Science
    • Bridging to Clemson’s College of Science
    • Pre-Professional Health Studies, pre-pharmacy or freshmen chemistry advising
    • How to connect with an alumni mentor
    • Study abroad opportunities within the College of Science
➥ Schedule an appointment with Adam


Here are some key dates to keep in mind during the Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 semesters. Dates listed are for full-term courses

    • Jan. 10: Classes begin
    • Jan. 11: Résumé Meet-Up
    • Jan 11: Majors/Minors Fair
    • Jan. 15: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
    • Jan. 17: Last day to add a class
    • Jan. 17: Résumé Meet-Up
    • Jan. 18 – 19: Career Fair: Inside Edition
    • Jan. 20, 23: Résumé Blitz
    • Jan. 24: Last day to drop a class
    • Jan. 24: Career Fair
    • Jan. 31: Graduation applications due
    • Feb. 7: Study Abroad Fair
    • Feb. 21: It’s All About the Internship
    • March 16: Last day to withdraw from a class
    • March 19 – 23: Spring break
    • April 2: Registration for fall semester begins
    • April 30 – May 4: Exams
    • May 10 – 11: Graduation