Recreation Centers

Fike Recreation Center is the main fitness building on Clemson's campus. Across its area of 175,000 sq ft., Fike houses state of the art facilities. Students also have access to new facilities at Douthit Hills and Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Center.

CARE Network

The CARE Network is the means by which any member of the Clemson community can report a concern he or she might have about another member of the community for a variety of reasons. A short report is submitted online, and the student in need will be contacted to follow up.

Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office at Clemson University serves as a trusted place for care, advocacy, and referrals to campus and community partners, which inspires student engagement, success, and a sense of belonging.

Fitness and Wellness

Clemson offers a variety of components to fitness and wellness. Some of the things included are group fitness classes, personal training, small group training, and massage therapy.

Student Disability Services

Students with documented disability have full access to Clemson through a variety of ways, sometimes using assistive technology, note taking services, the Test Proctoring Center or any number of other accommodations that give students an even academic playing field. Students with both invisible and visible disabilities can be eligible for services.

Tigers Together- Suicide Prevention Awareness Program  

tigers together

Tigers Together is a suicide prevention program that works to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, and promote a community of caring. Tigers Together is funded through the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Campus Suicide Prevention grant, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). 


safe alerts

Safety on Campus: Clemson University is committed to providing a safe campus environment. We are here to help you learn what to do in an emergency, how to avoid becoming the victim of a crime and how to sign up for CU Safe Alerts.

Emergency Phone Numbers: 911 or (864)656-2222

Clemson University Police Department

The Clemson University Police Department is entrusted with the demanding responsibility of providing a safe and secure living, working, and learning environment for Clemson University. This is accomplished through several activities undertaken by law enforcement professionals and support personnel.

Fire and EMS

Fire and Emergency Medical Services is a branch of Clemson University's Department of Public Safety within the Division of Student Affairs.  Fire & EMS is dedicated to providing a safe campus environment for faculty, staff, students, and visitors.

Medical Amnesty Policy

The purpose of the policy is to facilitate access and remove barriers to students who require medical assistance in alcohol related emergencies, and to provide the opportunity for caring, non-punitive interventions in response to such incidents.

Office of Community and Ethical Standards

Office of Community and Ethical Standards ("OCES") is committed to promoting an environment, which encourages students to uphold Clemson University core values and community standards. Our programs and services will educate and empower you to become responsible members of our community.