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Welcome to Undergraduate Learning for Students

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  • Student Programs
    • Mentoring — A number of programs at Clemson offer incoming students support with academic and social transitions. These include FIRST (first-generation college students), Bridge and transfer programs, and first-year academic programs.  
    • Center for Career Professional Development —  Build your classroom knowledge with real-world experience.
    • FIRST Program — The FIRST Program helps ensure success for students who are the first in their family to attend college. First-generation college students are individuals whose parents do not hold a degree from a four-year college or university. Clemson is proud of its first generation students and is committed to their success.
    • BRIDGE Program — Bridge is a selective academic transfer program offered by invitation only to academically talented first-year students. Becoming part of the Bridge Program provides opportunities for you to connect and engage with your peers as you live on the Clemson campus and take your classes 4 miles away at Tri-County Technical College.
    • Creative Inquiry — Creative Inquiry projects offer students the opportunity to engage in long term, team-based projects with an emphasis on undergraduate research but include other academic engagement opportunities (e.g., service-learning, outreach, global engagement, entrepreneurship). Participating in a CI project often leads to citable accomplishments, such as presentations at professional society conferences and publication citations in professional, peer-reviewed publications.
    • Global Engagement — Within the Office of Global Engagement (OGE) at Clemson University, we understand that global experiences are essential for success in the interconnected world that we live in. Through the units of International Student and Scholar Services, English Language Programs and the Pam Hendrix Center for Education Abroad, we are committed to supporting your global journey through comprehensive programs and services.
  • Student Services
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Academic Requirements
    • Academic Eligibility — Refer to Clemson’s guidelines in regards to eligibility standards to ensure academic success.
    • Academic Grievances  — These guidelines will explain the process you would take if you felt that you were treated unfairly in the assigning of a final grade.
    • Academic Integrity —  Refer to Clemson’s guidelines on honesty and respect in academics, and learn what to do if your academic integrity is questioned. (Policy and procedures are also in the academic catalog.)