These checklists were created to help identify tasks that should be completed prior to starting your first semester at Clemson. To make your transition to Clemson as smooth as possible, we highly encourage you to follow all three checklists and complete each task.
Contact Student Accessibility Services if you anticipate needing special accommodations as a Clemson student.
Apply for University Housing.
Register for Orientation. You will have access to the online registration program after you first pay the University Admissions deposit.
Complete online Math Placement Test. All new students are required to take this placement test. Failure to complete the test before your advising session may adversely affect your ability to register for courses.
Complete online Foreign Language Placement Test if required for your major. Failure to complete the test before your advising session may adversely affect your ability to register for courses.
Complete the Student Immunization Forms and submit proper documentation.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Submit final transcripts to Clemson Admissions.
Bring all credit evaluations and other materials sent by Clemson Admissions - transfer students only.
Submit your photo for your TigerOne Card (official University ID) using the online photo submission webpage. Review the guidelines before submitting your photo to ensure a quality photo is submitted.
Take a look at Clemson Undergraduate Announcements for your academic year.
Review Clemson’s website, and jot down any specific questions you may want to ask at Orientation.
Download the Clemson app to your smartphone.
Access your Clemson email regularly for important updates.
Attend all scheduled meetings and presentations during the session.
Meet with an academic advisor.
Get TigerOne Card. A valid photo ID is needed to pick up your card.
Bring your laptop (that you plan to use in fall semester) and attend a laptop workshop.
Complete registration and leave with a full schedule - 12 hours minimum.
Meet at least one person who can be a resource.
Ask questions, have fun!
Check your Clemson email daily. Email is Clemson’s primary form of communication with you.
Complete Orientation evaluation sent electronically.
Purchase Parking Permit- Commuter or resident parking pass is required if planning to park on campus.
Sign up for CU Safe Alerts - an emergency information texting system.
Contact roommate to plan for move-in.
Visit University Housing website for move-in updates.
Register your valuables (laptop, bicycle, etc.) with Clemson University Police Department.
Ensure FAFSA is complete and aid committed to your account.
Pay Tuition and Fees - University bill is available online.
Complete Think About It - an online training module on Title IX. This is a university requirement for all new students. You will receive an email notification when the training is activated for you.
Complete the Clemson Community Standards tutorial at Office of Community and Ethical Standards.
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