The Manning Mauldin Front desk is located in Manning and is the designated desk for Manning, Mauldin, Smith, and Barnett.
The Deschamps and Cribb Front desk is located in Deschamps.
The Douthit Hills East Front desk is located in Building E and is the designated desk for Buildings E, F & G.
The Shoeboxes Front desk is located in Young Hall and is the designated desk for Cope Hall, Young Hall, Bennet Hall, Geer Hall, and Sanders Hall.
The Holmes and McCabe Front desk is located in Holmes Hall
The Calhoun Courts Front desk is located in Calhoun Commons.
The Lightsey Bridge Front desk is located in Lightsey Bridge Commons and is the designated desk for Lightsey Bridge I, Lightsey Bridge II and Thornhill Village.
The Douthit Hills West Front desk is located in Building B and is the designated desk for Douthit Hills Buildings A, B, C, and D.
The Gressette and Mickel Front desk is located in the lobby of Mickel Hall.
The Quad Front desk is located in Norris Hall and is the designated desk for Bradley, Bowen, Donaldson, Norris, Simpson North & South, and Wannamaker Halls.
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Housing Summer Programs/Coordinating & Assisting In Summer Experiences At Clemson University
Our Team, The People, Clemson Family
Loyalty, Compassion, Peace, Love
Checking Off National Parks, Supporting Chelsea FC, Live Music, Spending Time With My Family
“She knows there’s no success like failure and that failure is no success at all” – Bob Dylan
Into The Wild, Into Thin Air, Dune
I work with financials at Clemson Home. I make sure the budget is accurate and balanced, while maintaining all our accounts.
I enjoy the relaxed environment and the different people I get to work with. Each day is a learning opportunity.
I graduated from Clemson with a degree in Accounting in 1998. I came to work for Clemson Home in 2000 and have been in a financial role here since that time.
Truth, honesty, responsibility
I enjoy spending time with family, traveling, and watching movies.
âYou won't know if you don't try."
I enjoy reading inspirational books.
Oversee Housing assignments.
Bachelor of Science in PRTM from Clemson; worked at Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club and Spartanburg County Parks & Recreation previously.
Working hard and being responsible.
Spending time with family and watching Clemson football.
Coordinate the summer groups that come and stay on campus. We facilitate check in and ensure their rooms are clean and ready for their stay.
Helping the Clemson students learn how to keep a schedule, learn communication skills, and work together as a team.
I coached collegiate volleyball for 3 years while receiving my master's in education. After that I started working at a Child Development Center. I then came on at Clemson and worked at the Youth Learning Institute as Director of the Pickens Branch. I have worked with Clemson Home for 4 years in HSP.
Open Communication and Integrity are what drive me!
All sports, outdoors, and spending time with family and friends
"It is well with my soul"
In my role I am tasked with continuing to develop the partnership between Clemson Home and the Honors College. I am also responsible for creating initiatives that support the development of the residential college model within the Honors Residential College. This includes the supervision of community staff and daily operations.
I enjoy having the opportunity to work with great colleagues and students. I also like having the space to be creative and innovative in my work to continue to build the culture of the Honors Residential College.
I was born in Jamaica then moved to Maryland with my family at age 13. I completed my Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Public Relations) at the University of Maryland, College Park (Go Terps!!). I then went on to Baylor University (Sic' Em Bears) where I completed my Master of Science in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Prior to coming to Clemson, I worked for two years at the University of Oklahoma as a Residential College Director.
I value people and the stories they tell. I believe that every encounter I have with someone is an interaction of our stories. In the work I do, empathy and creating space for people to share their stories is important. We can learn a lot from the stories of people around us, if we pause, create space and listen with compassion and curiosity.
I LOVE to sing and enjoy good music. I also try to do creative things like painting or being in beautiful natural spaces to ground myself.
âOur deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?..." Marianne Williamson
I am a Program Assistant for Housing Summer Programs
Being part of a team and working with students
Kindness, Growth, Optimism and Humor
Cooking, reading and hanging out with family, friends and my dog
"Trust is not built in big sweeping moments. It's built in tiny moments every day" -Brene Brown
Unlocking Us with Brene Brown
The Choice by Edith Egar
Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown
Oversee the Maintenance operation for Clemson Home. I work closely with our stakeholders, Aramark, Res Living, Res Learning, Barnes & Noble, Campus Rec and others who have spaces in our facilities. I assist with projects in both Housing and Dining areas. I also handle Vending and ATM responsibilities.
I enjoy working with Res Living on the student end as well as increasing my knowledge on new technology that can assist us with running a more efficient operation.
I have a B.S. in Criminal Justice from East Carolina University, M.A in Higher Education Administration from Stony Brook University and an HR Certificate from Tri-County Technical College. I have worked in restaurants for 10 years and followed that up with residential construction for a little over 3 years. I started at Clemson Home in the Dispatch role and worked my way up into the role of Associate Director of Dining Maintenance, which used my restaurant background and construction background.
Integrity, commitment, accountability.
Hiking, attending sports, spending time with my family.
"There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long-range risks of comfortable inaction." John F. Kennedy
Black Sunday, Thomas Harris. Bad as I Wanna Be, Dennis Rodman. A Pirate Looks at Fifty, Jimmy Buffett.
Director for Custodial, Storage and Distribution and Sustainability
Training and development
Integrity, Hard Work.
Spending time with family, traveling
âEach One Teach One"
I provide supervision and direction to the teams that house, feed and contribute to the education of our students - with a prioritization of the stewardship of our housing and dining spaces.
I like that our core purpose is to create environments for student success.
I have worked in Higher Education for almost 3 decades and have made a career out of making campus home.
Excellence, Innovation and Courage
Spending time with my rock-star daughter and anything involving her love of Mickey Mouse.
"It is my wish to have lived an eminently useful life." Reverend Mother Hildegarde
In my role, I am responsible for all of the personnel functions including hiring, payroll, and timekeeping.
Watching the young adults and/or professionals grow and learn how to navigate this thing called "Life". It builds a sense of pride knowing that I may have played a small part on their path.
I hold a master's in human resource development with almost 15 years of experience in human resources.
My top five strengths, according to the Clifton Strengths Finder are achiever, responsibility, woo, harmony and connectedness. All of these align with my strong belief in integrity as the foundation in all that I do.
I enjoy spending quality time with my family as well as building community and enjoying the sisterhood of Delta Sigma Theta. Football has always been one of my loves, so my husband and I work with the youth and young adults in various capacities.
"Leadership is getting someone to do what they don't want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve." Tom Landry
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou; The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrison; and Honey I Love, Eloise Greenfield
I oversee the Living-Learning Community program and work with our Student Leadership groups
I like the ability to be innovative to meet the needs of our students and institution.
I grew up on a farm in Colorado and fell in love with working on college campuses when I was completing my Bachelor's degree. Since then, I have been working in university housing departments helping students transition to college and find their home on-campus.
Learning, Compassion, and Openness
I enjoy reading, traveling, and spending time with my family.
âDo what you feel in your heart to be right â for you'll be criticized anyway." Eleanor Roosevelt
Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
Oversee all Housing & Dining projects from new construction to renovations.
Family, friends, and fun.
Primarily home-building with the right amount of randomness to keep life interesting.
Faith, love, and gratitude. If I can get those right, the rest falls into place.
Anything outdoors with family or friends.
"Worrying is like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do but doesn't get you anywhere."
I supervise community staff that oversee Fraternity Sorority Housing, Byrnes/Lever which houses the RISE program and Manning/Mauldin/Barnett 4th floor. I also have a strategic alignment with our Housing Operations partners to ensure Residential Living staff are familiar with operational processes. Plus there is always that, âother duties as assigned" piece of my job description ?
Never a dull moment and my co-workers are top notch!
I started my higher ed journey at North Carolina State University in their Higher Education Administration master program. Up until 4.5 years ago, I worked in Fraternity & Sorority Life but have since transitioned to work in Housing both areas keep you on your toes and challenge you every day.
Happiness, Authenticity and Optimism
I enjoy traveling, spending time with my dog Bodie, trying out new breweries, spending time in the kitchen and music festivals.
"I'll keep my eyes fixed on the sun" Cage the Elephant
Any true crime podcast, the author Jill Shalvis and books that make me a better human.
I create surveys mostly used for measuring satisfaction amongcommunity residents and leaders. I also create assessment for RA learning and leadership training and do academic Coaching for RAs.
Working with and training our student leaders.
Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Activities,Student Leadership, and a Former High School Reading Teacher
Playing BasketballFishingPlaying old XBOX-360 gamesFamily
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands inmoments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
I work alongside the two graduate assistants for Fraternity Sorority Housing to co-facilitate the development of the Fraternity & Sorority Housing Community's environment. In my work, this can be working with chapters to create academic environments outside of the classroom, to challenging the students we work with to hold their brothers and sisters accountable for any number of things that come along living in a community space.
Because the folks at Clemson Home are my Ohana. They have truly shown me the meaning of, "Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten." I moved 10 hours away from home and I would not know it with the support that I have been shown within Clemson Home.
My background is Misty Mood by Leonid Afremov, adapted to include the Tardis and the following quote from Doctor Who, âWe're All Stories in the End. Just make it a good ONE." The Doctor.
However, I am sure the more in the box answer to this question would go something like:I am just a small town guy, who grew up in Pocahontas, Arkansas.Marching to my own beat, I studied at the University of Central Arkansas (Go Bears!) in instrumental music education; however, I seemed to have gotten off beat when I started working as a student in Residence Life. From there I followed my passion for working with students to the University of South Alabama (Go Jags!). Now, Moon Pies and Mardi Gras aside, to complete my M.Ed. in Educational Leadership as the Community Director for Fraternity & Sorority Housing at the University of South Alabama.
From there I was able to find my Clemson Home as the Coordinator for Fraternity Sorority Housing, and continue following my passion for working with students.
I value support and relationships. While these seem to go hand in hand you can have both without the other, however, when they work in harmony they truly enhance the workplace. Working with people and interacting for more than a transactional reason.
When I am not working, I find my harmony in life by either fostering an appreciation for (torturing my partner) Disney+, or painstakingly ensuring we keep up with any TV/Movie universes we have set out to conquer. Additionally, I like to find myself on the other side of an empty plate, either going to or from somewhere new; or one of us makes something at home, as we both like to cook! Somewhere in there I also find time to work on getting my way through different literature. I cannot say whether I am shaken or stirred, but I am building my knowledge on these things. Nonetheless, I like to travel, and one of my favorite places to go is to see my godchild.
I oversee the development, design and implementation of our residential curriculum, the Residential Experience Model. Through this model, are able to assess student learning that is happening in our communities. Additionally, I serve as the instructor of record for our EDSA 3900 course for student leaders and collaborate with partners through Living-Learning Communities and Peer Dialogue Facilitator programs.
I love our department's commitment to innovative practices and learning ways to be more effective in our work with students.
I have an undergraduate degree in Biology from Roanoke College in Salem, VA and an M.Ed. from the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, IN. My background is in teaching, as a middle school math and science teacher and an ESL instructor in South Korea. I have worked in higher education since 2007, working at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, CO and University of Dayton in Dayton, OH. I am currently a doctoral student in Educational Leadership at Clemson University with research focused on staff education, design, and implementation of curriculum.
My top five strengths are connectedness, relator, strategic, futuristic, and individualization
I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling to new cities, being outdoors, and eating delicious food.
Essentialism by Greg McKeown, The Courage to Teach by Parker Palmer, and The Book of Joy by Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and Douglas Abrams
Academic Programs and Assessment
Working with faculty and students
Leadership Educator BA in Political Science, M.Ed. in Counselor Education, PhD in Educational Leadership
Equity, Justice, Mercy
Reading and traveling
I coordinate messaging and marketing for Clemson Home. I manage our social media, website, and emails as well as working on events, print materials, and more. I also work with others within Clemson Home to find better ways to communicate and engage with our students.
I love getting to impact the student experience and find ways to help students take full advantage of everything Clemson has to offer.
I grew up around NC and SC and came to Clemson to earn my degrees in Management and Marketing. I worked with a historical foundation in the Lowcountry of SC as well as the Clemson Community Foundation before coming to work for Clemson Home.
Innovation, independence, and determination
Hiking, camping, swimming, kayakinganything outside, especially with family and friends.
"On matters of style, swim with the current, on matters of principle, stand like a rock."
Atlas Shrugged, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the Tom Woods Show
I help students and staff figure out how to be their best selves and how to get where they want to go.
Serving our students and working with incredibly talented and caring staff members.
I claim Wisconsin as home although I was born and raised in South Africa. I completed my undergraduate degree in English and Sociology at University of Wisconsin LaCrosse and received my master's degree in Postsecondary Education: Student Affairs from University of Northern Iowa. Currently, I am pursuing my doctorate at Clemson University in Educational Leadership
Integrity, advocacy, kindness.
Reading, playing with my dog, being with friends and family, gardening (not so much mowing the lawn), watching birds, walking in the botanical gardens
âthere came a moment in the middle of the song when she suddenly felt every heartbeat in the room & after that she never forgot she was part of something much bigger" StoryPeople by Brian Andreas
Podcasts: Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, Hidden BrainBooks: His Dark Materials, Harry Potter, and romance novels
I provide support for the Director of Residential Learning and the Residential Learning department, the Director of Residential Living,our faculty partners, and our community staff. Some day-to-day tasks include resident assistant (RA) academic grade tracking and coaching session scheduling, purchasing process/budget management, full-time staff search logistics, and room/vehicle reservations.
Every day is different and keeps me on my toes! I get to work alongside a great group of people that are members of so many departments across campus in University Housing & Dining, the Office of Finance and Operations, Student Affairs, and Academics.
I grew up just outside of Pittsburgh, PA (go Steelers!) and I studied English (B.A. Wheaton College, IL and M.A. Radford University, VA).
Faith, Learning, Integrity, Support
I enjoy hiking to waterfalls or walking in the Botanical Gardens, listening to podcasts and drinking tea, and eating meals and watching movies with friends.
From the song Confident by Steffany Gretzinger:
I'm confident Your faithfulness will see me throughMy soul can rest, my righteousness is found in YouWith every moment left, in every borrowed breath, let this be trueThat all my heart, for all my life, belongs to You
There are so many for both! If I had to choose my current favorites I would say:
Podcasts: The Popcast with Knox and Jamie; That Sounds Fun with AnnieF. Downs; An Unexpected Podcast: Talkin' Tolkien
Books: Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien; To the Bright Edge of theWorld by Eowyn Ivey; Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy Sayers
I am one of two Program Assistants for Housing Summer Programs. Anyone interested in staying on campus during the summer months or sponsors hosting summer programs can reach out, and I’m happy to assist!
I love working with our sponsors because they are an essential part of our program, and I appreciate how passionately they care about their summer camps! I also really enjoy working with our student staff because they bring such a fresh perspective to our department, and I relish watching them grow and learn throughout our time together.
Core values that drive me daily are honesty, compassion, respect, and creativity.
When not at work, I love spending time with my husband, family, and pets – usually outside riding horses or out on the boat on Lake Keowee!
“Have enough courage to start and enough heart to finish.” – Jessica N.S. Yourko
I love just about anything in the mystery/thriller or fantasy genres. Recently I enjoyed reading “The Silent Patient,” “The Martian,” and “The Song of Achilles.” I primarily listen to audio books, so I can usually get through several pretty quickly and try to finish one book per week!
Our team is committed to providing you with the best possible on-campus residential experience. We are here to help you succeed academically and personally.
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