Inside Clemson

You’re invited to the 38th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration

Photo of Dorothy Yancy

Clemson University invites you to attend the 38th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. The theme for this year’s celebration is 2020 Vision: Looking Back, Moving Forward.  First organized at the University in 1982, the MLK celebration includes a variety of programs for the campus and the community to reflect on the legacy of […]

You’re invited to the President and First Lady’s Holiday Open House

President and First Lady

President Jim Clements and First Lady Beth Clements invite all faculty, staff and students to their Holiday Open House from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 3, in the Almeda Jacks Ballroom on the second floor of the Hendrix Student Center. The Clements family loves celebrating the holiday season with Clemson University, and the […]

Pride Week starts April 18

Clemson University will be hosting its first Pride Week from Saturday, April 18 through April 24. The week, which is slated to become an annual event, will offer opportunities for the campus community to learn about the LGBT community, collaborate and show support. This event is a collaboration of over eight different university offices and […]

Events planned for National Campus Safety Awareness month

To educate faculty, staff and students and to reduce the incidence of campus crimes, Clemson University has joined other higher education institutions across the nation in recognizing Campus Safety Awareness month. Each week in September, the Clemson University Police Department, Clemson’s Undergraduate Student Government, Redfern Health Center and other university departments will host a number of campus events to share information, create awareness and promote crime prevention.

Clemson kicks off Campus Safety Awareness Month; events planned

By Jackie Todd, Office of Public Affairs Crime. You never think it will happen to you, but when it does, it will change your life. Every 60 seconds at least 24 people in the United States are vicitims of rape, physical violence or stalking by someone they know. A U.S. Department of Justice study indicates […]