Welcome to Clemson Home Summer Programs! We hope you enjoy your stay with us and have provided many of the resources you may need below.
We staff two area desks on campus 24/7, one on the East side and one on the West. If you have any questions or concerns (lost keys, lockouts and maintenance requests) during your stay, please stop by the front desk and we will be happy to assist you.
College & Adult Group Participants
College and adult group participants will receive a building access fob programmed to the resident hall to which they are assigned.
Youth Group Participants
Only group sponsors/counselors are given building access fobs for youth group buildings.
Summer School & Fall Early Arrival Students
Summer school residents and fall semester, early arrival students will receive building access programmed on their TigerOne Cards.
Visit the Area Desk if you are locked out of your room or lose/damage your room key. There is a $100 charge for each lost or unreturned key and/or building access fob.
Emergencies, Safety and Security
All residence halls are locked 24/7 for your security. In case of a fire alarm, exit through the stairwells immediately. In case of severe weather, follow any siren warnings or instructions given to you. In the event of a tornado warning, go to an interior space in the basement or the lowest floor of your building and stay away from windows.
Report any maintenance issues to the front desk or call the Housing Summer Programs Office at 864-656-8856.
Individual participants are responsible for the removal of trash from their residence halls or apartments. All trash and recycling should be placed in the large dumpsters and/or recycling containers that are located outside each residence hall and apartment area.
TV and Internet Access
TVs are not provided. If you have questions or need assistance, please visit our website at http://clemson.edu/housing-dining, click the building you are in and view the Community Tech Guide for those specific building details.
Ice machines are not available. Washers, dryers and vending machines are located in most residence halls and in the Commons Buildings in each apartment area.
Clemson Home does not provide linens – including bed sheets or towels. For bed sizes, check our Bed Size FAQ.
Some groups have meals in the campus dining hall, and those group participants are issued a meal card at check-in. Camps and Conferences eat at the Dish located in McAlister Hall. If you lose or damage your meal card, please contact your group sponsor.
All on campus dining locations are currently cashless. Accepted forms of payment are: Meal Swipes (Dining Halls), Paw Points, Tiger Stripe, Credit, Debit.
Dining Locations & Menus
Dining Experience and Visiting Group Reservations
Mike Thar, Food Service Director, Residential Campus Dining – email@example.com, (864) 656-9936
Chris Harper, Food Service Director, Retail Dining – firstname.lastname@example.org, (864) 656-0951
Meal Plans and General Information
Nicole Godfrey, Marketing Manager, email@example.com, 864-656-2164
Nutrition & Dietary Restrictions
Hannah Scott, Registered Dietitian, firstname.lastname@example.org, 864-656-9424
Clemson Catering, email@example.com, 864-656-1024
Smoking & Alcohol
Smoking and alcohol are not permitted in any residence hall or apartment area. Clemson is a tobacco-free campus.
All mail and packages should be delivered to your group sponsor. Clemson Home will not accept any packages or mail deliveries for group participants.
Parking and Transportation
Contact your group sponsor for parking permits. See the map attached to your parking permit for designated parking or visit http://clemson.edu/parking.
All furnishings in the residence halls and your individual room should be left in the same condition as you found it. All furniture must remain in the room/suite/apartment. Groups will be billed for any damages or loss of furnishings.
Clemson Home Summer Programs is committed to providing an accessible and inclusive experience for all program participants. If there are any nutritional, mobility, or other accommodations required for a member of your group, please notify our staff as soon as possible in the registration process and we will make every effort to accommodate your accessibility requests.
Clemson University provides reasonable accommodations to students living on campus with a documented disability. University Housing policy allows service or assistance animals to live with students in their on-campus accommodation upon approval by the office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS).
Housing Summer Programs Office
Clemson University Police Department
864-656-2222 (Emergencies Dial 911)