I am honored to welcome you to an elite group of the very best students from around the world. You are joining a community of internationally renowned educators, researchers and scholars whose prestigious awards such as the Nobel Peace Prize, National Science Foundation CAREER awards, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellowships and the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology demonstrate the unprecedented quality of the faculty with whom you will be working.
Undoubtedly, you will participate in innovative research in some of the world’s most sophisticated labs, discover solutions to local, regional and global challenges and engage in service activities throughout the world. Very
literally, you will change the world from Clemson University!
Start Your Journey!
Welcome to Clemson University! Please use this page to get yourself oriented with your campus and begin the checklist on the left to ensure that you have completed all necessary requirements before you begin your journey as a Tiger!
Official transcripts are only required of those applicants who are offered admission. Therefore, upon receiving official notice of acceptance to the Graduate School, you should request official transcripts from the institutions where you completed your previous academic work. Transcripts are considered official only if they are received by the Graduate Admissions Office in a sealed university envelope.
Domestic and Permanent Resident Applicants
In order to ensure that your official transcripts are matched up properly with your application, it is required to APPLY first and then following notification of acceptance request your transcripts from your previous academic work.
Applicants to Graduate Programs must hold a four-year Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) or a Master's Degree from an institution whose scholastic rating is satisfactory to Clemson University. If you are uncertain whether an institution from which you received a degree is a qualifying institution, you are encouraged to consult with the program to which you intend to apply. Contact information for the various programs can be found here.
The New Graduate Student Orientation will be Sunday, August 18, 2013 in Brooks Center Auditorium from 1-4 PM. All new graduate students are asked to attend. However, off-campus, distance education and part-time students are welcomed to attend this orientation but are not required to do so. To learn more, click here.
Off-Campus Student Services
For information in regards to Off-Campus Student services, please click here.