Featured Progams

Below are a list of programs and organizations that are housed at Clemson University that share the same goals of the Minority Student Success Initiative for student involvment and success. We encourage you to utilize these resource offices and individuals.

Office of Inclusion and Equity
Lee Gill
Promoting a diverse and inclusive environment to support minority students.

Clemson Black Alumni Council
David Murdaugh
Planning and implementing programs and scholarships to connect black alumni and Clemson undergraduates.

Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center
Altheia L. Richardson, 864-656-7625
Fostering a welcoming and inclusive campus community which values and celebrates the diversity of its members.

Graduate School
E-108 Martin Hall
Advising students on how to earn advanced degrees and supporting retention needs of enrolled students.

International Affairs (Study Abroad)
Advising students on study opportunities abroad.

Michelin® Career and Cooperative Education Center
Suite 316, Hendrix Student Center, 864-656-0440
Preparing students for successful entrance into and movement through
the workforce.

Office of Access and Equity
Phone: 864-656-3311
Offering support to promote the recruitment and retention of underrepresented minority students.

Programs for Educational Enrichment and Retention
& Women in Engineering and Science (PEER & WISE)

Serita Acker, 864-656-1397
Designed to increase and retain women and under-represented students in STEM majors. Offers mentoring, counseling, networking, tutoring, and much more.

Student Accessibility Services
studentaccess@lists.clemson.edu, 864-656-6848
Providing equal access for students with identified disabilities at
Clemson University.

National Society of Black Engineers
nsbeclemson@gmail.com, 864-656-7003
The NSBE mission statement is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers, who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
SHPE seeks to serve as role models in the Hispanic community, empowering members to realize their fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development.

Student Transition and Family Programs
Jeff Brown, 864-656-0515, 202 Sikes Hall
The Office of New Student and Family Programs establishes transitional programs and supportive services that cultivate student and family engagement in the Clemson community.