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Building Connections

From networking with industry to campus clubs, connecting with different groups helps build genuine relationships that last far beyond your time at Clemson. Your support network extends to faculty instructors and researchers, staff advisors and program support, and student mentors and leaders.

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Honors Students studying together


Living in communities with shared interests creates environments that cultivate student achievement, promote a smoother transition to college, and foster a heightened sense of belonging to Clemson University. In a Living-Learning Community, there are dedicated resources, workshops, and social activities throughout the year.


Multicultural Experiences

The world is teeming with different cultures and landscapes that shape who we are as a person. Countries should be explored, cultures experienced, and people engaged in conversations to cultivate fellowship. Clemson hopes to foster a sense of wonder by promoting international studies, global-inspired speaker series, festivals, and groups.

Study Abroad Multicultural Programs Global Engagement International Festival
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Group of students on study abroad program

CECAS Opportunities

The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences holds events, workshops, and exhibits throughout the year on campus.

  • Student Organizations
  • Student Support
  • Global Engagement
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Service
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Workshops
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Expanding Your Voice

Everyone has a different viewpoint based on life experiences. Each idea and perspective changes how we approach problems and derive at solutions. The world is better for sharing your voice.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
NSBE is one of the largest student-governed organizations in the US, with a mission to "increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community."

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
SHPE is a national organization of professional engineers who serve as role models in the Hispanic community by empowering them to realize their potential and impact the world through STEM awareness, access, and development.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Clemson University's chapter of SWE is devoted to encouraging women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. This includes expanding the image of the engineering profession and demonstrating the value of diversity in the profession.


Girls Who Code - Clemson College Loops
Girls Who Code is an international nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in tech. Among 150+ other chapters on other campuses, Clemson College Loops is an on-campus organization bringing new technical workshops, events, resources, and support to women in tech.

CECAS First Year Student Council (FYSC)
The CECAS First-Year Student Council aims to provide insight and guidance on co-curricular opportunities that enhance the first-year student experience. Throughout each term, members collaborate with upper-level students on the CECAS Student Advisory Board.

Student opportunities

Stay Connected

The University communicates important academic dates, like the last day to add or drop a class and University holidays, in the Academic Calendar. Your department will let you know about other communication channels they may use.

Check your Clemson email often for important information from your instructors, advisors, and administrators. Upcoming workshops, events, and reminders will be sent to your email weekly through The Roundup: Latest Opportunities & Resources site. In addition to the newsfeed view, a calendar of events is also available to filter by interest area.

College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
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