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Campus Resources

There are many resources for all students on Clemson campus. As a student veteran, you will find that staff and faculty are available to address any special needs you may have.


  • We strongly recommend that you visit the Center for Career and Professional Development to learn about all they have to offer you. Services include:

    • Michelin Career Center (MCC) - provides services and assistance in multiple areas including choosing a major, job and internship research, résumé and cover letter critiques, mock interviews, on-campus interviews, career fairs, and workshops for campus groups and classes.

    • University Professional Internship & Co-op Program (UPIC) - provides assistance for any student interested in obtaining an internship or co-op position on Clemson campus.

    • Cooperative Education (Co-op) - assists those students who are interested in an experience as a co-op student with a company or education.

  • It's easy to meet with a career counselor. Drop-in visits are encouraged and allow a career counselor to assist students with quick questions or issues that should take no longer than 10-15 minutes.

  • Appointments can be scheduled for more in-depth sessions; you can call 864-656-0440.

  • The Center for Career and Professional Development is located on the third floor of Hendrix Student Center; telephone is 864-656-6000.

  • Student Accessibility Services (SAS) works with students to provide access to accommodations that will enhance academic success.

  • Typical accommodations include extra time and/or reduced distraction environments for tests, early registration, digital books, captioning and interpreting services, class notes and other accommodations prescribed by the student's documentation. SAS staff understand that student veterans' needs are unique and they are ready to discuss these needs to determine appropriate accommodations.

  • SAS can assist students with social, emotional and academic issues as the student veteran returns to the civilian community.

  • Visit the Student Accessibility Services website to learn more. Their offices are located in the Class of '56 Academic Success Center, Room 239. You can contact them by email at studentaccess@lists.clemson.edu or call 864-656-6848 or South Carolina Relay System 711.

  • 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.

  • To participate or help facilitate the training, contact veteran@clemson.edu.

  • 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. For more information, contact veteran@clemson.edu. Information regarding the ceremony will be sent through the SITREP. Note: August graduates will be recognized at the May student veterans graduation ceremony.

  • Redfern Heath Services is located on campus at 735 McMillian Road, across the street from Hendrix Student Center. Services include a pharmacy, women's clinic, nurse's clinic, immunization clinic, primary care, radiology and a clinical laboratory. Students needing general or specialized medical attention can visit Redfern for care. Appointments are recommended; call 864-656-1541.

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is an integral part of Redfern Health Services and is available to all students. This program offers a full range of psychological services that include individual, couples and group counseling. Issues include but are not limited to PTSD, relationship issues, adjustment issues, moral and political dilemmas and substance use/abuse. The CAPS team also offers, on a limited basis, learning disability (LD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) testing on a fee basis. There is also a psychiatrist students may see.

    • Appointments are encouraged; call 864-656-2451.

    • CAPS CUNow is for immediate needs. CUNow operates from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Students may walk in and be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Students are asked to complete preliminary paperwork and are then seen by a counselor for a brief session to assess needs. Student should plan for initial contact to take an hour.

  • The SITREP is your monthly newsletter to brief student veterans and GI-Bill beneficiaries on veteran-specific campus events, resources and programs.

  • To ensure you are receiving the SITREP, it is helpful to self-identify your veteran or military status through iROAR. Log into iROAR.clemson.edu; click on the "Personal Information" tab; then click on the "Veterans Classifications" box and complete the form.

  • The Clemson Student Veteran Center Center (Vet Center) is located in 204 Tillman Hall. Stop by for a visit. The Vet Center is a place to meet other student veterans, learn more about Clemson resources or study for that next test.

  • The Vet Center is directed by Brennan Beck, Assistant Director Military and Veteran Engagement, New Student and Family Programs. Selected student veterans and military dependents also help staff the Vet Center through the VA Work Study Program. Email the Vet Center for more information regarding how to apply for this 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.

  • The Class of '56 Academic Success Center (ASC) is located on campus and has a wealth of services and programs for you. The building is located behind Cooper Library; you can reach them at 864-656-6452.

  • Veteran students seeking tutorial services can attend a drop-in tutoring session; please review the Tutoring Schedule for more information.

  • Private tutors are not generally provided. The Academic Success Center staff will try and assist you with tutors you may need. There may be benefits which will reimburse students for private tutors.

  • Weekly support group

  • Writing, sharing and discussing

  • Relevant military and veteran prompts and topics

  • Open to veterans, dependents and supporters

  • No writing experience required

  • Goal of the group is to Connect, Create and Cope

  • 2016 fall semester meetings: Tuesdays, 5-6:30 p.m. in the Class of 1941 Studio, first floor of Daniel Hall

  • POC: Brennan Beck, bjbeck@clemson.edu