Beginning Friday, the Clemson Area Transit Pendleton route will be changing its pickup times and routes.
For the past year, CCIT has worked to retire its legacy mail server. The mail.clemson.edu server, also known as “Clemson mail” or “Squirrel mail,” will be permanently shut down Aug. 12.
The Clemson Computer Store will be selling all computers and iPads without state sales tax beginning at 9 a.m. Friday through Saturday during the South Carolina tax-free weekend.
The university’s learning technologies group — formerly under CCIT — is moving over to Clemson Online.
In recognition of the 100th anniversary of the Cooperative Extension Service in South Carolina, the Berkeley County Extension office is developing a digital cookbook.
President Jim Clements talks about his impressions of Clemson University during his first six months, his excitement about the upcoming fall semester and some strategic priorities in an upcoming interview on Your Day on Monday July 28 at noon. Clements offers further insights on Clemson’s reputation in the state, national and global arenas and how [...]
Clemson’s Cash and Treasury Services department has launched a new Marketplace informational website. CU Marketplace is an online resource where you can view training material, review Marketplace’s features, access FAQs and more. This secure, online platform enables university departments to sell merchandise and collect payments online. More than 75 departments have adopted the platform, thus [...]
Renewals for 2014-2015 Employee parking permits are now available online*. Please remember, you are required to verify and link your vehicle to your permit to park on campus. You will need the license plate number, make, model, color and year of your vehicle(s). Employee permits for the coming year will again be issued in the [...]