Inside Clemson

Doug Kingsmore, Trustee Emeritus – December 5, 2023

Doug Kingsmore, a three-term member of the Clemson Board of Trustees and a trustee emeritus following the conclusion of his elected term in 2002, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Kingsmore, a native of Aiken, S.C., was first elected to the Board of Trustees in 1990 and served for 12 years. “While we are saddened by the […]

Marlyne R. Walker, Staff, Fairfield County Extension Office – November 29, 2022

Clemson University mourns the death of Marlyne R. Walker, a senior extension agent for Fairfield County. Walker died November 29, 2022. She had 21 years of service at Clemson and was a student enrolled in the Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences doctoral program. “Marlyne was a selfless public servant, and will be truly missed by […]

Brian Todd Carver, Accounting Professor – September 19, 2022

Clemson mourns the death of Accounting Professor Brian Carver who died on Monday, September 19, 2022. Service information will be shared when it becomes available. “We are all heartbroken by the loss of Brian, a dedicated teacher and scholar who has been a valued member of our accounting department since 2014,” said Wendy York, dean of […]

Obituary: Joseph L. McPartland, Student

Joseph L. McPartland, 18, passed away on Monday, Sept. 12. He was a freshman engineering major from Roswell, Georgia. “We were deeply saddened to learn of Joseph’s passing,” said Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students L. Christopher Miller. “He was a joy to all those who knew him. The Clemson community sends […]

Annual drinking water report available

The 2019 Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) on the quality of drinking water supplied by the Clemson University water system  is now available. The report lists the results of tests for various contaminants required by federal and state regulations. This annual report is issued by the university to comply with the 1996 amendments to the […]

Student Code of Conduct updated

The Division of Student Affairs recently unveiled a new Student Code of Conduct, effective immediately. The revised code is the result of a three-year process that outlines a new procedure for adjudication of issues involving suspension or expulsion. “We believe this updated document serves students in a manner that is consistent with Clemson University’s core […]

SPECIAL INSIDE CLEMSON: University officials urge awareness to ensure 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) preparedness

Clemson University officials are working to provide information to students, faculty and staff on how to take appropriate preventive measures related to health and wellness. Clemson University is not aware of any 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) diagnosis of any students, faculty or staff; this is a proactive measure to provide information to the campus community. […]

Calhoun Drive now closed at Brackett Hall

These gates will prevent vehicles from using Calhoun Drive between Gantt Circle and Fort Hill Street. They were installed to make the congested area safer for pedestrians.

New gates installed on Calhoun Drive prevent traffic access between Fort Hill Street and Gantt Circle in front of Brackett Hall except to approved vehicles. The gates were installed to improve pedestrian safety and reduce the volume of traffic in the heavily congested  area. Approved vehicles, such as Tiger Transit buses and emergency vehicles, will […]

First-of-year updates from the Office of Human Resources and the Payroll Department

As the new year gets under way at Clemson University, the Office of Human Resources and the Payroll Department have issued the following first-of-year updates for faculty and staff. Your paycheck may appear slightly different in 2020 Beginning with the first paychecks of the new year on January 15, 2020, paychecks will reflect deduction amounts based […]

Learn how students with disabilities are getting support to succeed at Clemson

Students with disabilities are thriving at Clemson University with the support they are receiving to remove barriers that might keep them from succeeding. Priscilla Harrison, director of ADA Services and Compliance in the Office of Access and Equity and chair of the Accessibility Commission, said Clemson supports an environment that’s inclusive, where everyone feels supported, […]