Perhaps the most unusual of Clemson’s residence halls is the multipurpose Clemson House. Space for approximately 400 first-year students is available, and men and women are housed in separate rooms and apartments on each floor.
Originally built as a hotel, the building has a variety of room designs including double-occupancy rooms, rooms and apartments that accommodate two, three or four students.
None of the living options in the Clemson House have a private bedroom. The space adjacent to the bathroom in the apartments is a closet/dressing area.
Students participating in the Civics and Service House, one of Clemson’s Living-Learning Communities, are housed on the second floor, and first-year students in the Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and Wellness Living-Learning Communities live on the seventh floor.
Clemson House Measurements*
* Exact measurements of a room or furniture may vary.
Important: The Clemson House has a variety of room and apartment arrangements, even within the same type of accommodation. Therefore, the floor plans shown on this page are only a general representation of the rooms and apartments available. These room layouts are shown for general planning purposes only.