Clemson University has released its COVID-19 guidelines for the next academic year as the university reopens for the fall semester. These health and safety guidelines go into effect immediately for all students, teachers, and staff. Clemson does not require vaccines but highly recommends everyone to get vaccinated. While vaccination is
The Clemson University Board of Trustees unanimously approved a tuition and mandatory fee freeze for all undergraduate students, in-state and out-of-state, for the 2021-22 academic year on Tuesday. This year would be the second consecutive year that Clemson University is freezing tuition. Last year, the University also froze tuition and
Clemson University’s Board of Trustees announced during a board meeting on Tuesday its spring semester plan for more in-person classes and increased COVID-19 testing for all students and staff. Regular COVID-19 testing of the student, faculty, and staff aims to immediately identify any person positive with COVID-19 to help minimize
Clemson University has recently announced that they will revert to online-only classes after the Thanksgiving holiday break. In-person class final day is on November 24, Tuesday. Below is the letter sent by the university to students and staff: “Dear students and employees: After careful consideration and significant consultation with the
Clemson University has issued guidelines for students and employees returning in the fall. In its website, Clemson University states that all students and employees will need to produce a negative test for COVID-19 within five days prior to returning to the campus or other university locations for the fall semester.
Clemson University will be distributing emergency funding allocated by the federal government to eligible students in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Clemson University is distributing more than $6.5 million in emergency financial aid received from the federal CARES Act stimulus package last month. This fund is going to the hands of