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Resources for Student Groups

 

Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center

Overview: The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is committed to creating diverse learning environments that foster the holistic development of our students.  Referral Points: The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers student to be positive change agents.  Best Way to Connect:  Located in Brackett 300.  Call 864-656-7625.

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.


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.


Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center

Overview: The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is committed to creating diverse learning environments that foster the holistic development of our students.  Referral Points: The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers student to be positive change agents.  Best Way to Connect:  Located in Brackett 300.  Call 864-656-7625.


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.


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.

Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center

Overview: The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is committed to creating diverse learning environments that foster the holistic development of our students.  Referral Points: The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers student to be positive change agents.  Best Way to Connect:  Located in Brackett 300.  Call 864-656-7625.


The Clemson University Sexuality & Gender Alliance (CU SAGA)

Overview: The Clemson University Sexuality and Gender Alliance (CU SAGA) is a group of LGBTQ+ and allied students, faculty, and staff committed to bettering Clemson University through awareness, inclusivity, and creating community.  CU SAGA strives to be as receptive as possible to the needs of our student body.


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.


Additional Links

President’s LGBTQ+ Task Force

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

  

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.


Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


Additional Links

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations 

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.

Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


Additional Links

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


Additional Links

Academic Advising for Student Athletes

Various Resources for Current Student Athletes

Academic Advising link

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

Clemson Student Veteran Center (Vet Center)

Overview: The Clemson Student Veteran Center (Vet Center) is located at 204 Tillman Hall and provides an accessible and convenient space for interaction with fellow veterans and updated resources.  Selected student veterans and military dependents also help staff the Vet Center through the VA Work Study Program. The Vet Center resources include: cable television, desktop computers, printer, projector, mini-fridge, microwave, Keurig beverage maker, personal lockers, community library, white board and conference table.   Best Way to Connect: Contact the Vet Center by email at veteran@clemson.edu or call 864-336-3494.  The Vet Center is directed by Brennan Beck, Assistant Director Military and Veteran Engagement, New Student and Family Programs.


GreenZone Training

Overview: GreenZone Training is a special briefing for any faculty, staff or student to gain information and knowledge about the military experience, community and student veterans.  Training is offered once each semester.  Trainees will receive a GreenZone sticker to post in a visible spot to show their support for student veterans and acknowledge a safe space for student veterans.  Training is not intended for student veterans necessarily, but all are welcome.  Best Way to Connect:  To participate or help facilitate the training, contact veteran@clemson.edu


Hail and Farewell: Veteran Orientation and Graduation Receptions

Overview:  Each semester at the beginning of the term a special orientation just for student veterans (active duty, National Guard or Reserves) will be held. Information will be relevant to their military experience.  Each May and December, Military and Veteran Engagement will hold a special graduation ceremony for veterans, active duty, National Guard or Reserves who are graduating in that term. Graduates will receive special cords to wear at graduation, a Challenge Coin, and a letter from the University President. Best Way to Connect:  Contact veteran@clemson.edu Information regarding the ceremony will be sent through the SITREP.


Veterans Writing Group

Overview:  The Veterans Writing Group is a weekly support group where participants are encouraged to write, share, and discuss military and veteran prompts and topics.  This group is open to veterans, dependents and supporters.  No writing experience is required.  The goal of the group is to connect, create and cope.  Best Way to Connect:  Contact

Brennan Beck, bjbeck@clemson.edu, or email veteran@clemson.edu


Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


VA Benefits & Financial Aid Information

Overview: Housed in the registrar's office, VA Benefits are administered by Jennifer Elliott, who can assist you with various types of education assistance, applying for benefits, receiving benefits and verifying enrollment.  Best Way to Connect: Please visit the veteran's page within the registrar's office website at http://www.registrar.clemson.edu/html/veteran.htm or contact: Jennifer Elliott at 864-656-5280 or email elliot3@clemson.edu .  Additional information can be found here: https://www.clemson.edu/studentaffairs/nsfp/veterans/benefits.html


Additional Links

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

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.


Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


Additional Links

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center

Overview: The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is committed to creating diverse learning environments that foster the holistic development of our students.  Referral Points: The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers student to be positive change agents.  Best Way to Connect:  Located in Brackett 300.  Call 864-656-7625.


Student Transitions & Family Programs (STFP)

Overview: The Office of Student Transitions 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.


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.


Additional Links

Academic Advising

Campus Recreation

Clemson Campus Activities and Events

Student Clubs and Organizations

Brother 2 Brother link

CONNECTIONS link

Renaissance MAN at Clemson link

SOAR Institute link 

W.E.B. DuBois Honor Society link