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Local/Regional Transportation

Once you’ve decided to visit campus, there are several ways to get here and get around once you’re here.

By Air

Greenville-Spartanburg Airport is the nearest international airport, located off Interstate-85, 45 miles from campus.

Other regional airports include Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C., and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta. Both airports are about 2.5 hours from campus.

Shuttle services (third-party vendors not affiliated with the University): Airport Shuttle of Clemson at 800-669-6463; Anderson-Clemson Shuttle Services at 888-732-5500; or Larry Andrews Airport Services at 864-653-5677.

By Train

There is an Amtrak station located at the corner of Calhoun Memorial Highway and College Avenue in Clemson, station code CSN. The Crescent Route travels through Clemson with stops connecting New Orleans and New York City.

Once you’re here

Upon your visit, you’ll need to get a visitor’s pass for your car from the welcome desk inside the Visitors Center. The easiest way to get around campus and the surrounding areas is by riding the Clemson Area Transit bus. Always free, the CAT bus has several on-campus routes to help you get to your destination as well as routes through the city of Clemson and to the nearby cities of Anderson, Pendleton, Seneca and Central. For more information, call 864-656-4789.