Inside Clemson

You’re invited to the Clemson Bookstore’s Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day

The Clemson University Bookstore invites you to their annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on December 6th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During this time, all university faculty and staff will receive 20% off all regularly priced items. The event will also include free refreshments and two drawings for door prizes. DJ Supa Man […]

Annual required training completed

The University’s collective effort ensured the successful delivery and completion of this year’s required Conflict of Interest (COI) and Information Security Awareness (ISA) training. Each year, all Clemson University faculty and staff complete online COI training (with disclosures, if applicable) and ISA training. These training modules are designed to inform and protect Clemson’s scholarly community. […]

Road closure notice: Clemson Halloween Festival

This map photograph illustrates the impacted area for Thursday, October 31, 2020. College Avenue will be closed from Keith Street to Highway 93 between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. This closure will be identical to the road closure that occurs every Friday night before a home game.

Thursday, Oct. 31, College Avenue will be closed from Keith Street to Highway 93 between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. to support pedestrians participating in the City of Clemson’s annual Halloween Festival. Avoid parking vehicles within the closed road area because towing will be enforced after 3 p.m.

Faculty and staff percentage completion rates; COI and ISA required training

During last year’s inaugural required Conflict of Interest (COI) and Information Security Awareness (ISA) training, the University reached 100 percent participation of its faculty and staff. The results from an Oct. 10 review indicate the University is on course to meet its 2019 goal of 100 percent participation. As of Oct. 10, 35 percent of […]

Fall break schedules, closings and outages

In preparation for Fall break, the University is providing up-to-date information regarding schedules, road closures and outages. Library R.M. Cooper Library is open during Fall break with limited hours. Visit here for details. Dining Visit here for Fall break dining options and hours of operation. Road Closures Facilities will take advantage of reduced traffic during […]

Friday, Oct. 4 Walk & Roll to School details

Annual event encourages active forms of morning commutes  On Friday, October 4, two elementary schools and Clemson University will host a “Walk & Roll to School Day” to encourage students, teachers and parents to get out of the car and get active in their morning commutes. Clemson Elementary School, Clemson Montessori School and Clemson University […]

Clemson named a 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award Winner

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Clemson has been named a 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award winner and will soon be featured in INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. Due to the overwhelming success of the Men of Color National Summit and a combination of all the University’s diversity initiatives, Clemson previously earned the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award in 2017 […]

Annual insurance Open Enrollment 2019: Four things you should know

Check out four things to get you ready for October’s Open Enrollment!  1. The annual Open Enrollment period is Oct. 1 – 31. Open Enrollment is an annual opportunity for you to assess your state insurance options and Clemson employee benefits package offerings, review dependent enrollment and plan ahead for anticipated needs. You can make […]

Physics and astronomy department invites employees’ children to enter math competitions

By Jason Brown, Ph.D. Physics and Astronomy Department Clemson’s physics and astronomy department will host a series of mathematics competitions for K-12 students to promote enthusiasm and a positive attitude toward mathematics and science and to stimulate the students’ interest in continuing their study beyond the high-school years. Middle school students: The AMC 8, a […]