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Clemson University Graduate School

Student Groups and Associations

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There are 600+ registered student organizations at Clemson, and more than 100 just for graduate students.

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Graduate Student Representation and Advocacy

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Graduate Student Government

The official representative body of Clemson graduate students, GSG invites students to participate, represent and communicate via its executive and legislative branches as well as through its committees on the main campus or in the Greenville Council.

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Postdoctoral Association

Supports the community of postdoctoral scholars at Clemson with professional development seminars, training activities and social events.

Culture and Community

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Multicultural Center

The Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center sponsors groups and programs that challenge students to think critically about themselves and their communities and empower them to be positive change agents.

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Inclusion and Equity

The Office of Inclusion and Equity sponsors more than 30 programs, intitiatives and diversity and inclusion commissions to promote an inclusive and supportive campus and community environment.

Special Interest or Affinity

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Wellness in Graduate School (WinGS)

Advocates for military veteran and military-connected students with educational, social, recreational and cultural programs and represents their interests with other organizations on campus. Their community of support is open to student military veterans as well as their family members and loved ones.

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Clemson University Sexuality and Gender Alliance (CU SAGA)

A group of open-minded students, faculty, staff and friends who support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community. Everyone is welcome, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression.

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First-Generation College Students

Undergraduates and grad students who are the first in their family to go to college focus on philanthropy, academic success and social events.

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International Student Organizations

There are several groups for international students, some based on interests, majors or hobbies and some specifically for international graduate students.