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Brian completed his B.A. in Mass Communications from Virginia Wesleyan College in 1999. After completing a Master's Degree from Old Dominion in Higher Education Administration, he went back into the field of admissions.
Brian enrolled at Clemson in the spring of 2010 to obtain his PhD. While at Clemson, he has held an assistantship in Graduate Admissions. After graduating, he plans on returning to work for undergraduate admissions.
Tillman Hall is not the oldest building on the campus, but it is one of the most recognized building at Clemson. It overlooks Bowman Field. It was dedicated in 1891 and was originally called "The Agricultural Building." Much of the building was destroyed in a fire on May 22, 1894.
Known as the Main Building for the first half of the twentieth century, it was formally named Tillman Hall in honor of Governor Benjamin Tillman, one of the seven original trustees of Clemson, by the Board of Trustees at their meeting in the first week of July, 1946.
Today, Tillman Hall houses the Eugene T. Moore School of Education, the school of Technology and Human Resources, and the Calhoun Honors College.
400+ Wi-Fi Spots
Hundreds of Student Clubs & Organizations
12 free CAT bus routes covering the Greater Clemson area
1.5 Million Items in the Cooper Library
18 Holes of Golf
295-Acre South Carolina Botanical Garden
47 bells ringing in Tillman Hall
6 Student-Run Media Organizations
275,000 s.f. Fike Recreation Center
Melissa attended Clemson University from 2008 - 2010, where she earned a Masters of Business Administration and a Masters of Arts in Professional Communication. During her time at Clemson, she interned for the Atlantic Coast Conference, blogging about Clemson Football.
Melissa also worked for The Graduate School in the Public Information department, where she assisted in communicating the mission and vision for Clemson University's graduate programs. She chose Clemson because the staff & faculty were always ready and willing to help each and every student get the support needed to succeed.