Date Published: May 7, 2014
SUMMER CONSTRUCTION COMMENCES
Summer Construction Closures begin Saturday, May 10
There are a variety of construction projects occurring throughout campus this summer beginning Monday, May 12. Keep up to date on impacts by visiting the Parking and Transportation Services Website. Click here for an initial list of projects and impacts.
McMillan Road Closed Saturday, May 10 – Monday, May 20 for Repaving
McMillan Road, between Cherry Road and Epsilon Zeta Dr, will be closed for repaving beginning Saturday, May 10 – Monday, May 20. Vehicle access to East Library Circle is available through the Bryan Circle Detour.
For complete details and impacts of this project, click here.
Fernow Street Completely Closed Tuesday, May 13
Fernow Street will be closed to thru traffic from the intersection with S. Palmetto Blvd. to Calhoun Drive starting at 7 a.m. on May 13. University Facilities will be installing a new electrical manhole in Fernow Street near the Tau Court entrance. There will be no vehicle access between Calhoun Drive and S. Palmetto Blvd along Fernow Street. The roadway should reopen by 7 a.m. May 14.
SUMMER TRANSIT SCHEDULES
Summer Transit Schedules Began Saturday, May 3
Since the spring semester ended, all transit services (Clemson Area Transit, Greenlink, and Tiger Transit) have transitioned to their summer schedules. Click here for a summary of the changes.
SUMMER EMPLOYEE PERMITS FOR STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Employee passes available for graduate students with continuing research over the summer break with written request from faculty
Due to the surplus of parking over the summer break, students with a valid student parking permit may obtain a temporary employee pass allowing them to park in designated green spaces from Monday, May 19 to Friday, August 8. To obtain such a pass, a written email request must be received by Parking and Transportation Services no later than Wednesday, May 14 at noon or through email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The written request must be submitted by a faculty advisor and include the following information. All information must be included for the request to be considered.
1) Name of the student,
2) Work location and schedule,
3) Reason for the request, and
4) The make, model, and license plate of the student’s vehicle.
All requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis. All passes must be picked up by Friday, May 16 at noon and displayed on the vehicle’s dashboard in conjunction with a valid university parking permit.