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A dozen students are huddled together with their arms around each other, smiling for a group photo in front of the brick Class of 1939 bell tower on Clemson’s campus

Community That Creates Action

Clemson is where you are inspired to refine your skills, guided through new challenges and encouraged to help others along the way. On campus, our diverse community comes together to create meaningful impact.

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Surroundings That Inspire Gratitude

A walk across Clemson’s campus transports visitors from rolling hills to Death Valley and farther still to Lake Hartwell. The sound of the carillon greets those within earshot of Tillman Hall, and often, the sight of an orange and purple sunset signals the end of a day spent in Clemson.

James Barker Illustration of Brooks Center
Three female students sit together at a table on an autumn day with their laptops open in an outdoor space featuring a view of Lake Hartwell and a sandy beach.
A group of six students plays volleyball on Bowman Field. A female student attempts to tap the ball over the net while a male student tries to block the attempt.

Organizations That Foster Friendships

A group of male students in a student lounge area sits on patterned chairs to form a circle. An open laptop computer sits in front of one of the students.
A female student wearing a black and cream-colored faire isle sweater sits at a library table in front of several filled bookshelves.

“I joined the American Institute of Architecture Students during my first year. That club really opened many doors for me because it’s such a good networking opportunity, and I love being able to connect socially with other people in my major. It’s a community where everyone is there to help one another.”

Faith Kosior,
architecture ’25

Campus Culture That Promotes Family

A female student wearing gloves, a white lab coat and protective eyewear looks at a graduated cylinder beaker while working in a laboratory.

“The people at Clemson are like a familial support system in the sense that no matter what you're going through, somebody will be there for you. That has affirmed that I did make the correct decision to come here, and I will always be able to come back to Clemson and feel at home.”

Elizabeth Caldwell,
biochemistry ’25
A man and a woman with three young boys, all wearing Clemson spirit gear, sit on a concrete ledge during the First Friday Parade. The young boys are holding orange and white balloons adorned with Clemson Tiger paws.