Coming from a Clemson family, Juliann Lloyd assumed it would be easy to find her fit in engineering; she had dreamed of this since she fell in love with physics in 11th grade.
She found her place in Clemson’s campus life. But once into her core classes, the motivation just wasn’t there. Until she met C.J.
Freshman year I lived in RiSE, so I felt like I came into college with family. Having convenient access to professors and common class blocks with my hall mates led to so many amazing moments — and friendships.Living-learning communities » Opens New Window
My freshman RA suggested I apply to be an RA. They placed me in Manning Hall, which is a freshman all-female residence hall. And I love it. It is just an incredible opportunity to walk with people through such a defining time in their lives.
After going through the general engineering classes I chose to focus on mechanical. It felt like the broadest discipline that would allow me a lot of career flexibility.
First semester sophomore year I was just really searching. I didn't love my mechanical engineering classes and couldn't quite figure out why. I met with my adviser who suggested that I go talk to the civil engineering advisers. And that's when I met CJ.
Clemson academic advisers are here to support students and help them find the best fit for their interests and career goals. Plus, with 22 Living-Learning Communities and 400-plus student organizations, our students have so many tremendous opportunities to find their place on campus.