The mission of the Office of Land and Capital Asset Stewardship (LCAS) is to provide long- and short-term planning, management and development of Clemson University real property to meet or exceed the goals set annually by University administration and Board of Trustees. The primary role of the LCAS Office is to oversee the responsible management of all institutional land and capital assets to support the University's educational, research and public service mission.
Clemson and its affiliated organizations own more than 30,000 acres of real property as well as numerous facilities and capital assets around the world.
The LCAS Office works closely with the Clemson University Development offices of planned giving and restricted fund accounting to document the acceptance of gifts to the University and manage the utilization and/or disposition of all gifted real estate to the University or affiliated organization. The office also works with University Planning and Capital Projects in the development and implementation of strategic real estate development initiatives as established by University leadership. The LCAS Office is also the point of contact for third party developers interested in developing University-affiliated or University-serving projects.
Clemson University Administrative Policy: Real Property Acquisition and Disposition