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  • Lee Hall - Clemson Campus

    Lee Hall, home of the School of Architecture, is a complex of buildings and additions. On maps, it is often notated as Rudolph E. Lee Gallery, which is an art gallery housed in Lee I. Lee I is the original building built in 1958; Lee II was added in the 1970s and 90s, and Lee III opened in 2012. Room numbers in Lee indicate which part of the building the room is located. For example, Lee 2-111 (the large auditorium) is Room 111 in Lee II. Click here to view maps of the interior of Lee Hall.

    The physical address to the entrance of Lee III: 
    Lambda Street, Clemson, SC

    The physical address to the entrance of Lee II: 
    323 Fernow St, Clemson, SC 29634


    Public Parking around Lee Hall is limited, so please allow plenty of time to find a space before your scheduled appointment time. The closest public parking is metered spaces in the cul-de-sac on Fernow Street adjacent to the building. We encourage you to take the time prior to your visit to read the information on Clemson visitor parking. Those who have registered for a graduate open house will be provided a parking pass by the School of Architecture when they arrive for the open house session. Instructions will be provided on where parking is allowed with this pass.

  • Clemson Design Center - Charleston, SC

    Address:
    701 East Bay Street
    Suite 202
    Charleston SC, 29403

    The Clemson Design Center in Charleston (CDC.C) is located in The Cigar Factory.

    CDC.C is home to three distinct programs within the School of Architecture.

    Clemson Architectural Center in Charleston (CAC.C) is a part of the undergraduate and graduate Architecture programs at Clemson where students study there for one or two semesters as part of their curriculum. 

    The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation is a collaborative between Clemson University and the College of Charleston. This program offers a two-year course of study that leads to the Master of Science in Historic Preservation degree. All classes for this program are held in Charleston. 

    The Master of Resilient Urban Design degree (MRUD) is a post-professional degree for graduates and professionals with prior design skills in architecture, landscape architecture, city and regional planning, and other related disciplines. 

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School of Architecture | Lee Hall 3-130, Clemson, South Carolina 29634