Clemson University is dedicated to making the campus experience, including campus events, accessible. To this end, various departments on campus provide services that can help make your events and content accessible.
All Clemson University events open to the public that do not require registration should provide ASL interpreters. This said, it is encouraged that all Clemson University events provide ASL interpreters. To acquire this service, fill out the Office of Access and Equity's request form (Link opens in new tab.) . A cost is associated with this service.
In addition to the accessible Catbuses (Link opens in new tab.) , and accessible rides to Greenville through Greenvillelink and Tiger Commute (Link opens in new tab.) , the office of Parking and Transportation provides the following services for campus events:
- Paratransit shuttle (Point-to-point) - To use this service, you will first need to register for the service through the appropriate Clemson office. Enrolled Clemson students should register with Student Accessibility Services(Link opens in new tab.) while other patrons should register with the Office of Access and Equity(Link opens in new tab.). This service uses the smaller Tiger Transit vans but are not part of the Tiger Assist service. This means that this service is not available from 6 pm to 6 am. Additionally, this service does not go to off-campus destinations.
- Rentable mobility scooters - To use this service, you will first need to register for the service through the appropriate Clemson office. Enrolled Clemson students should register with Student Accessibility Services (Link opens in new tab.) while other patrons should register with the Office of Access and Equity (Link opens in new tab.) .
If you are a Clemson employee (or otherwise authorized student) in need transcripts for audio files or captions and audio descriptions for video files, Clemson Online can use their partnership with two vendors to meet your needs. This service does have a cost associated with it, unless the media meets certain parameters that are described on the Multimedia Accessibility Service (Link opens in new tab.) page. Directions for making the media accessible yourself are also available.
Test proctoring services are provided by the Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office through the Test Proctoring Center (TPC) located in Vickery Hall. The Test Proctoring Center provides a supplemental service to Clemson University faculty. The center’s mission is to assist faculty in their efforts to provide accommodated testing for students who are registered with Student Accessibility Services and approved for accommodated testing for the current semester. Tests can be scheduled only during posted hours of operation for the Test Proctoring Center (Link opens in new tab.) .
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