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Staff Senate: Full Senate Meeting

1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business


Back-To-School Grad Student Social

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Backstreets Pub & Grill


Sardines (reverse hide and seek in groups)

9:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Old Main


Fall 2022 Tiger Prowl

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Memorial Stadium "Death Valley"


Fall 2022 Tiger Prowl

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Memorial Stadium


Fall 2022 Tiger Prowl

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Memorial Stadium "Death Valley"

Hours of Operation and Announcements

Face masks are required in Redfern Health Center.


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.


9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Closed University Holidays

Upcoming Closing:

Redfern Health Center will be closed Wednesday, August 17 for staff development.




Redfern Health Center is open to meet students’ health care needs.

  • Visits can be in-person or virtual.
  • Please call before walking-in without an appointment: 864-656-1541
  • Visit our Appointments webpage to see how to schedule a medical appointment or access Counseling and Psychological Services.
  • Our pharmacy is available to students who need new prescriptions filled or refills, with curbside, walk-up or pick-up service.

Redfern COVID-19 Information Line: 864-656-3571

Isolation and Quarantine Information and FAQs

Mental Health and Well-being Tips

Clemson COVID-19 Updates

Student Health Services pledges support to the African-American and Black community and denounces racism and acts of racial violence. We respond with grief and sorrow to the race-based tragedies documented across our country and acknowledge the damaging effects of structural and institutional racism on those targeted. We acknowledge the suffering caused by the COVID-19 pandemic that has disproportionately affected Black, Native American, and Latinx communities and brought heightened attention to the tragic, and largely avoidable, consequences of disparities in health care. We also acknowledge that people of Asian descent have been unfairly blamed for the spread of the disease. These incidents have served to illustrate the more entrenched and widespread pandemic of racism. We join with all who seek social justice, reform and equality.

As Clemson University’s student health provider for medical, mental health, and public health services, we affirm our commitment to provide a validating, healing environment to our students who have been affected directly, vicariously or moved to compassion by the traumatic events. We strive, as a multiculturally sensitive health center, to accept each individual student with openness and respect that fosters inclusive excellence.