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Resources by Student Issue


Academic Advising

Academic Success Center

Overview: Department supports undergraduate success by delivering a diverse array of services designed to foster the skills and mindset students need to enhance their learning and achieve their educational goals.  Referral Points: Tutoring, study space, additional academic help.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-6452. Academic Success Center is located at 863 McMillan Rd.


Office of Undergraduate Studies

Overview: Department manages academic procedures and policies related to withdrawals, medical withdrawals, incompletes, plagiarism, academic probation and the academic appeal process.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-3022.


The Graduate School

Overview: Provides information for those interested in graduate school, as well as those currently enrolled.  Referral Points: Information about programs, admission, financials, policies and procedures, resources for graduate students, and more.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-3195 for general information or 864-656-5202 for concerns or issues.


Office of Global Engagement

Overview: The three constituent offices are Global Partnerships & Initiatives, International Services and Study Abroad.  This office works with faculty members and departments to develop study abroad programs and to establish partnerships with overseas institutions and organizations, to provide visa and immigration services to the many international students and visitors on our campuses and to enhance overall campus internationalization.  Referral Points: Information about policies, procedures, resources and more for international students, students studying abroad and collaborative partners across the globe.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-1455.


Center for Career and Professional Development

Overview: Department offers career assessments, career workshops, on-campus interviewing and experiential education & internship programs.  Referral points: Career and internship questions and concerns.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0440.


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Clemson University Ombudsman

Overview: An ombudsman is an independent, informal, neutral and confidential resource who provides assistance to members of the University community in exploring options to resolve problems, complaints and conflicts when normal processes and procedures have not worked satisfactorily.  Ombuds strive to foster equitable treatment of all faculty, graduate students, postdocs, undergraduate students and staff within the University system. Ombuds provide an independent, neutral point of view in an informal and confidential environment.  Best Way to Connect: Please do not use email as a way to connect.  Address: 101 Clemson House, 410 N. Palmetto Blvd, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29631-5107.  Phone: 864-656-1750.  Fax: 864-656-4373.

Campus Recreation 

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations


Clemson University Police Department (CUPD)

Overview: Department provides a safe and secure living, working and learning environment for Clemson University.

Referral Points: Any emergencies or crime prevention notifications. Threat of harm to oneself or others.

Best Way to Connect: Police Department is located at Gate 10 of Memorial Stadium. You can also call 864-656-2222 for additional service. In case of emergency, always call 911 immediately.


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Student Accessibility Services

Overview: Department coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and accessibility needs. All reasonable accommodations are individualized, flexible and confidential based on the nature of the disability or need and the academic environment.  Referral points: Mobility assistance, accessibility needs, student injury and/or hospitalization.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-6848.


Office of Community and Ethical Standards (OCES)

Overview: Department manages/oversees all student discipline/conduct situations.  Referral points: Harassment, commuter roommate issues, mental and self-harm concern—will mandate.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0510.


Office of Global Engagement

Overview: The three constituent offices are Global Partnerships & Initiatives, International Services and Study Abroad.  This office works with faculty members and departments to develop study abroad programs and to establish partnerships with overseas institutions and organizations, to provide visa and immigration services to the many international students and visitors on our campuses and to enhance overall campus internationalization.

Referral Points: Information about policies, procedures, resources and more for international students, students studying abroad and collaborative partners across the globe.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-1455.

Academic Advising


Center for Career and Professional Development

Overview: Department offers career assessments, career workshops, on campus interviewing and experiential education & internship programs.  Referral points: Career and internship questions and concerns.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0440.


Registrar’s Office

Overview: Offices of Records and Registration, Registration Services, Degree Works, Enrolled Student Services and Transcripts.  Referral Points: Student accounts, degree requirements, graduation requirements, transcripts and more.  Best Way to Connect:  Call 864-656-2171.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Redfern Health Center/Student Health Services

Overview: Department provides quality medical and mental health care, public health leadership and initiatives that enhance the academic success of students while also promoting health, safety and well-being of the campus community.  Referral Points: Any medical or mental health check-ups/appointments, counseling and psychological services, sexual health/violence prevention, allergy and immunization, women’s clinic, pharmacy.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2233 for general information. Call 864-656-1541 for appointments.


Foothills Community Health Care

Overview: Foothills Community Health Care is a great resource to provide some of the health needs for dependents of students.  Best Way to Connect:  Call 864-722-0283 or visit them at 1011 Tiger Blvd., Suite 400, Clemson, SC 29631.

Student Financial Aid

Overview: Department exists to help students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.  Referral Points: Applying for financial aid, learning more about costs, finding additional scholarship opportunities.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2280. The Financial Aid Office is located at G-01 Sikes Hall, Clemson South Carolina 29634.


Student Financial Services

Overview: The Office of Student Financial Services is committed to offering students and authorized users support in meeting their financial obligations to the University while serving in an environment of equality, responsibility and dignity.  Referral Points: Student billing and payment.  Best Way to Connect: G-08 Sikes Hall, Box 345307, Clemson, SC 29634-5307. Tel: 864-656-5592.


Registrar’s Office

Overview: Offices of Records and Registration, Registration Services, Degree Works, Enrolled Student Services and Transcripts.  Referral Points: Student accounts, degree requirements, graduation requirements, transcripts and more.  Best Way to Connect:  Call 864-656-2171

Residential Living

Overview: Department is a resource for all residents. Provides an inclusive, safe, fun and diverse learning and living environment for all residents.  Referral Points: Housing and Dining information, contracts & rates, camps & conferences and living options.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2295. The Central Housing Office is located in Mell Hall at 100 Mell Hall.


Student Financial Aid

Overview: Department exists to help students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.  Referral Points: Applying for financial aid, learning more about costs, finding additional scholarship opportunities.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2280. The Financial Aid Office is located at G-01 Sikes Hall, Clemson South Carolina 29634.


Fraternity and Sorority Life

Overview: Department manages/oversees all Greek-related activities.  Referral points: Fraternity and Sorority relations. 

Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-7578.


Off Campus Housing Search

 

Clemson University Ombudsman

Overview: An ombudsman is an independent, informal, neutral and confidential resource who provides assistance to members of the University community in exploring options to resolve problems, complaints and conflicts when normal processes and procedures have not worked satisfactorily.  Ombuds strive to foster equitable treatment of all faculty, graduate students, postdocs, undergraduate students and staff within the University system. Ombuds provide an independent, neutral point of view in an informal and confidential environment.  Best Way to Connect: Please do not use email as a way to connect.  Address: 101 Clemson House, 410 N. Palmetto Blvd, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29631-5107.  Phone: 864-656-1750.  Fax: 864-656-4373.


Office of General Counsel

Overview:  The Office of General Counsel provides legal advice to the Board of Trustees, the president, the administration, faculty and staff on legal matters involving or affecting Clemson University. This office provides assistance to University vice presidents in the formulation of administrative policies, as well as legal advice to all deans, directors and department heads as needed.  By law, we are not allowed to offer legal advice in matters not related to one's employment or enrollment at Clemson University. Persons seeking legal advice on a personal matter may want to explore one of the following resources:


 Students

All Clemson students are eligible to receive one legal aid voucher per semester. Each voucher entitles the student to one-half hour consultation with a lawyer off campus. Time cannot be accumulated. This service is not provided through the Office of General Counsel. Please contact the Student Government Office at 864-656-2195 for further details.


South Carolina Bar

The South Carolina Bar is committed to serving and educating the public through a series of programs and initiatives designed to create an atmosphere of communication and trust. Visit the public services section of the South Carolina Bar Web site, http://www.scbar.org to obtain free publications or learn about legal clinics in your area.  The South Carolina Bar is committed to promoting justice and educating the public through initiatives that foster trust. Bar staff answers general legal questions as a service to the public. Responses are not intended to render legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact the South Carolina Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 800-868-2284 or call the Legal Aid Telephone Intake Service (LATIS) at 888-346-5592.


Clemson University Police Department (CUPD)

Overview: Department provides a safe and secure living, working and learning environment for Clemson University.

Referral Points: Any emergencies or crime prevention notifications. Threat of harm to oneself or others.  Best Way to Connect: Police Department is located at Gate 10 of Memorial Stadium. You can also call 864-656-2222 for additional service. In case of emergency, always call 911 immediately.


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Office of Community and Ethical Standards (OCES)

Overview: Department manages/oversees all student discipline/conduct situations.  Referral points: Harassment, commuter roommate issues, mental and self-harm concern—will mandate.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0510.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Redfern Health Center/Student Health Services

Overview: Department provides quality medical and mental health care, public health leadership and initiatives that enhance the academic success of students while also promoting health, safety and well-being of the campus community.

Referral Points: Any medical or mental health check-ups/appointments, counseling and psychological services, sexual health/violence prevention, allergy and immunization, women’s clinic, pharmacy.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2233 for general information. Call 864-656-1541 for appointments.


Foothills Community Health Care

Overview: Foothills Community Health Care is a great resource to provide some of the health needs for dependents of students.  Best Way to Connect:  Call 864-722-0283 or visit them at 1011 Tiger Blvd., Suite 400, Clemson, SC 29631.


Healthy Campus

Overview: Department mission is to create a culture and/or environment that fosters health/wellness, safety and sustainability, and enables our campus community members to achieve, learn and serve.  Referral points: Health, wellness, and safety awareness programs and educational opportunities.  Best Way to Connect: Visit website http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/healthy-campus/  (links to assessments, programs, tips of “how to’s”, and department contact information). For emergency on-call/after-hours counselor call 864-656-2222.


Student Accessibility Services

Overview: Department coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and accessibility needs. All reasonable accommodations are individualized, flexible and confidential based on the nature of the disability or need and the academic environment.  Referral points: Mobility assistance, accessibility needs, student injury and/or hospitalization.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-6848.


Office of Community and Ethical Standards (OCES)

Overview: Department manages/oversees all student discipline/conduct situations.  Referral points: Harassment, commuter roommate issues, mental and self-harm concern—will mandate.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0510.


Clemson University Police Department (CUPD)

Overview: Department provides a safe and secure living, working and learning environment for Clemson University. Referral Points: Any emergencies or crime prevention notifications.  Threat of harm to oneself or others.  Best Way to Connect: Police Department is located at Gate 10 of Memorial Stadium. You can also call 864-656-2222 for additional service. In case of emergency, always call 911 immediately.

 

Nutrition Resource within Clemson Housing and Dining:  Martha Green, Registered Dietician.  Call: 864-650-3290, or email: nutrition@clemson.edu

 

Clemson University PAW Pantry: An on-campus food pantry and resource center for the food insecure.  PAW Pantry is available to all Clemson University students, free of charge.  Located in the Student Union, next to Chilis.  Contact: pawpantry@clemson.edu  or facebook.com/CUpawpantry

 

Find Your Local Food Pantry 


Tigers Together Suicide Prevention

Overview: Tigers Together is a suicide prevention program that works to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, and promote a community of caring. Tigers Together is funded through the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Campus Suicide Prevention grant, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  Referral Points: A suicide prevention program involving collaboration with faculty, staff, and students to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, and promote a community of caring.

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Fraternity and Sorority Life

Overview: Department manages/oversees all Greek-related activities.  Referral points: Fraternity and Sorority relations.

Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-7578.


Healthy Campus

Overview: Department mission is to create a culture and/or environment that fosters health/wellness, safety and sustainability and enables our campus community members to achieve, learn and serve.  Referral points: Health, wellness and safety awareness programs and educational opportunities.  Best Way to Connect: Visit website http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/healthy-campus/  (links to assessments, programs, tips of “how to’s”, and department contact information). For emergency on-call/after-hours counselor call 864-656-2222.


Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The office of New Student and Family Programs establishes transitional programs and supportive services that cultivate student and family engagement in the Clemson Community.  Referral Points: Good for finding resources and programs for freshmen. Also vital for inquiring information in transitioning to Clemson life and the Clemson family.

Best Way to Connect: 902 University Union Clemson, SC 29634-4005. Division of Student Affairs. Call 864-656-0515.


Student Veteran on Campus Resource Info

Overview: The Student Veteran Resource Center is a place to meet other student veterans, learn more about Clemson resources, or study for that next test.  Referral Points: Great interaction place to meet other student veterans like you, learn about other resources or get some extra study time.  Best Way to Connect: The Student Veteran Resource Center (SVRC) is located in 204 Tillman Hall. Contact the SVRC by email at svrc@clemson.edu or call 864-336-3494.


Tigers Together Suicide Prevention Program

Overview: Tigers Together is a suicide prevention program that works to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, and promote a community of caring. Tigers Together is funded through the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Campus Suicide Prevention grant, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  Referral Points: A collaborative suicide prevention program amongst faculty, staff, and students to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, promote a community of caring.

Office of Access and Equity

Overview: Department focuses on providing a campus environment that is free from discrimination of any sorts.

Referral Points: Policies and procedures, filing a complaint, Title IX/Sexual Harassment information, hiring forms, underutilization report.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-3181.


Office of Community and Ethical Standards (OCES)

Overview: Department manages/oversees all student discipline/conduct situations.  Referral points: Harassment, commuter roommate issues, mental and self-harm concern—will mandate.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-0510.


Office of Inclusion and Equity

Overview:  Clemson University aspires to create a diverse community that welcomes people of different races, cultures, ages, genders, sexual orientation, religions, socioeconomic levels, political perspectives, abilities, opinions, values and experiences. Clemson University will strive to reflect these differences in its decisions, curriculum, programs and actions. The institution will seek to ensure that underrepresented groups have equal access to the education and resource opportunities available at the University. Policy and procedures are carefully scrutinized to sustain an inclusive and productive environment.   Referral Points:  Acts of discrimination, harassment or other forms of intolerance perpetrated against any individual based upon the individual’s perceived age, ancestry, color, race, religion, national origin, culture, gender, gender identity expression, sexual orientation, ability or veteran status should be reported to Lee Gill, Office of Inclusion and Equity. Members of the university community may file reports of possible bias incidents using the Bias Incident Report Form.  Best Way to Connect: Located at 103 Sikes Hall.  Call 864-656-4238.


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Overview: Department offers personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation.  Referral points: Emotional distress, need for emotional support, mental health concerns or questions.  Best Way to Connect: Walk-ins from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Call 864-656-2451. For after hours on-call counselor call 864-656-2222.


Clemson University Police Department (CUPD)

Overview: Department provides a safe and secure living, working and learning environment for Clemson University.  Referral Points: Any emergencies or crime prevention notifications.  Threat of harm to oneself or others.  Best Way to Connect: Police Department is located at Gate 10 of Memorial Stadium. You can also call 864-656-2222 for additional service. In case of emergency, always call 911 immediately.


Redfern Health Center/Student Health Services

Overview: Department provides quality medical and mental health care, public health leadership, and initiatives that enhance the academic success of students while also promoting health, safety, and well-being of the campus community.  Referral Points: Any medical or mental health check-ups/appointments, counseling and psychological services, sexual health/violence prevention, women’s clinic, allergy and immunization, pharmacy.  Best Way to Connect: Call 864-656-2233 for general information. Call 864-656-1541 for appointments.


The Office of Human Resources

Overview: Department provides access to confidential counseling services for faculty and staff through Clemson’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider, Deer Oaks.  Employees can call Deer Oaks at 866-327-2400.  Initial counseling is generally provided at no charge.  Best Way to Connect: 864-656-2000. Administrative Service Building, 108 Perimeter Road.


Pickens County Advocacy Center

Overview: The goal is to be advocates for victims of sexual assault.  We attempt to be with them through their entire healing process as they encounter hospital visits, counseling sessions, gaining back their self-confidence and provide advocacy in the court room should the charges proceed to a trial.  Best Way to Connect: 5190 Calhoun Memorial Highway, Suite A, Easley, SC, 29640.  Tel: 864-442-5500.


Foothills Alliance

Overview: Foothills Alliance is a nonprofit community agency that provides sexual trauma crisis services and counseling to survivors of sexual violence, including children and adults in Anderson and Oconee Counties.  Best Way to Connect: 216 East Calhoun Street, Anderson, SC, 29621.  24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-864-231-7273 or 1-800-585-8952.


Julie Valentine Center

Overview: The Julie Valentine Center is a nonprofit organization that provides free, confidential services to sexual assault and child abuse survivors and their families in Greenville County.  Best Way to Connect: 2905 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC, 29611.  Tel: 864-331-0560.  24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 864.467.3633.


Safe Harbor (Domestic and Relationship Violence)

Overview: Safe Harbor is an organization that provides safe shelter, counseling and advocacy for victims of domestic and relationship violence in Anderson, Greenville, Oconee and Pickens Counties.  Best Way to Connect: 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-800-291-2139


MARYS House (Domestic and Relationship Violence)

Overview: Provides emergency shelter and services to families fleeing domestic violence.  Best Way to Connect: 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-864-859-9191

Parking and Transportation Services

Overview: Information regarding all types of parking areas, permits, violations and citations.  Also information regarding various types of transportation including bus routes and schedules, rental cars, airport shuttles, biking, walking and more.  Best Way to Connect: G-01 Edgar Brown Union, Box 344014, Clemson, SC 29634-4014


Tel: 864-656-2270.  For after-hours emergencies, please contact the Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) at 864-656-2222.


Transit Services (including CATbus and Greenlink services).