Thank you for your willingness to support inclusive excellence at Clemson University and students with historically underrepresented and underserved identities in higher education. Your philanthropic investment will enhance the experience for students and allow our students to achieve the goals they have established for themselves and have opportunities to thrive.Below you will find multiple funds to make a tax-exempt gift.

Community Achievement and Student Empowerment (CASE) Fund for Excellence

This fund is used to support efforts of the department of Community Achievement and Student Empowerment (CASE) in providing advocacy, connection, enrichment for enrolled students participating in CASE programs/services or from underrepresented, underserved identities.

VETS Fund (Veterans Emergency, Training, and Services Fund)

Your tax-exempt gift supports enrolled undergraduate and graduate Clemson student veterans and military service members through a Veterans Emergency Fund, sponsorship opportunities for regional and national leadership conferences and workshops, and increased resources to our growing military-connected student population.

Mike M. Smalley Veterans Memorial Scholarship

Your tax-exempt gift supports current and future undergraduate student veterans with annual scholarships.

Class of 1967 Endowment for Veterans Resources

This fund ensures future veterans receive the care and support they deserve through intentional resources and programming at Clemson University.

Clemson Veteran Alliance Annual Fellowship

This fund supports annual scholarships for current and future graduate student veterans.

Clemson Veterans Scholarship Endowment

This fund supports annual scholarships for current and future undergraduate student veterans.

David E. Yount ('69) and Susan W. Yount First-Generation Endowed Scholarship

This fund supports university wide scholarships to first-generation college students.

Edith and James Bostic Jr. Presidential Scholarship Fund —Harvey Gantt Scholarship Component

Established by Edith and James Bostic Jr. to provide scholarships for bright African American students with special preference given to South Carolina residents and entering freshman. Scholarship will be based on academic performance and potential,will be renewable for each of the students' four years at Clemson and will be awarded as part of the Gantt Scholars.

Joseph and Cathy Turner First-Generation Program Support

This fund supports efforts of the FIRST Program to empower first-generation students with the skills to be successful academically and socially.