What We are About
The Class of 1956 Academic Success Center Building
In honor of its fiftieth anniversary, Clemson’s Class of 1956 initiated a fundraising campaign for a new building in which to house academic success programs. The building opened in Spring 2012. Dr. Theodore G. Westmoreland, a member of the Class of 1956, also established at $1.5 million endowment to support undergraduate academic success programs. We are most grateful to Dr. Westmoreland and the dedicated alumni from the Class of 1956 for their support!
The students we serve will become independent, confident, and lifelong learners
Inspiring Success: One student. One class. One Clemson.
Provide proactive, intentional, and innovative services that equip students with the tools, knowledge, and mindset needed to enhance their learning
- Enhance student learning and development
- Create an inclusive and high-quality learning environment
- Increase engagement and collaboration with undergraduate students, faculty and staff
- Increased academic self-efficacy
- Increased commitment to academic achievement
- Increased knowledge of learning strategies
- Adoption of self-management behaviors
- Acquisition of transferable skills
- Adoption of growth mindset, self-management skills, and personal responsibility
- Positive impact on student success indicators
- Increased student satisfaction with ASC services
- Increased participation in ASC services
- Increased engagement in partnerships and collaborative activities
- Promote a welcoming and supportive learning environment.
- Appreciate the unique needs of each student by demonstrating unconditional positive regard.
- Cultivate a culture of integrity in academic and professional pursuits.
- Develop leadership skills among our student employees through practice and reflection.
- Pursue continuous evaluation to ensure delivery of high quality services.
- Collaborate with campus partners for the benefit of students.