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COVID-19 Resources and Updates


As Tigers, we know it’s important not to let challenges slow us down in our efforts to pursue excellence. The singular focus of Clemson University is unwavering and requires all of us to work together: Securing an engaging, impactful semester at all our campuses in a manner that safeguards the health and well-being of our entire University community.

COVID-19 Testing Sign-up

Schedule your COVID-19 testing.

COVID-19 Test Upload Tool

Test results can be uploaded through this Test Upload Tool.

Sick? Exposed?

Find medical guidance for if you have tested positive, if you are awaiting results or if you have been exposed.

COVID-19 Clearance Status

Use this tool to find out if you’ve been cleared for return to campus.



Primary Contacts Phone
University Call Center (general inquiries) 864-365-0555
Redfern Health Center (medical - students) 864-656-3571
Joseph F. Sullivan Center (medical - faculty/staff) 864-986-1218
Systems Support Team (Test Results/Upload Tool/Exemption Support) 864-656-8714
Ethics/Safety Hotline 877-503-7283
Office of Global Engagement (international programs) 864-656-2457
CCIT (IT assistance) 864-656-3494


Clemson is committed to the health and well-being of its students, faculty and staff as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic together. Stress and anxiety can be typical responses during this unprecedented time period. Resources designed to provide members of the University community with information, tips and strategies for effectively managing physical, mental and emotional health can be found here.

  • STUDENTS: Student Health Services is an integrated outpatient organization including three divisions in Redfern Health Center: Medical Services, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Healthy Campus. Through a recent collaboration announced with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), students will benefit during the COVID-19 pandemic from 24/7 access to virtual urgent care, expanded telehealth, telepsychiatry and telecounseling services, integrated electronic health records, improved availability and reduced wait times for clinical care.
  • Many health centers are continuing to test for COVID-19. Please utilize DHEC's comprehensive list of mobile testing clinics and telehealth virtual care providers to find availability in your area.
  • EMPLOYEES: The Sullivan Center: Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center is continuing to provide virtual clinic visits to University employees. If clinical problems cannot be fully addressed in a virtual visit, the Sullivan Center will schedule an on-site visit at the Sullivan Center’s Clemson or Walhalla Clinic with heightened precautions against COVID-19 transmission. Normal billing will apply for on-site visits. To schedule a virtual clinic appointment, call 864-656-3076. To learn more about the Sullivan Center virtual clinic, visit