The Graduate School offers more than 100 graduate degree programs in 85 disciplines on the college's main campus and at sites such as Clemson at the Falls, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research and the Clemson Architecture Center as well as some online/distance-learning programs. Many of our graduate programs are highly ranked nationally, and we offer several unique interdisciplinary programs. For more information, visit the Graduate School web page.
Undergraduate Studies is a multifaceted service and support unit dedicated to the intellectual and personal growth of undergraduates at Clemson University. The mission of Undergraduate Studies is the enrichment of the undergraduate academic experience, from initial recruitment and admission, through graduation, and preparation for a life of productive and responsible citizenship. For more information, visit the Undergraduate Studies web page.
Summer study is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of all academic options at Clemson. For more information, visit the Summer Study web page.
The Office of Online Education, a unit reporting directly to the Provost, works closely with leadership teams across the University to develop, market, and deliver top-quality courses and programs in blended and online formats. The office provides vision, leadership, coordination, and expertise in support of faculty design, delivery, and evaluation of technology-enhanced, blended, and fully online courses and instructional materials. For more information, visit the Online Education web page.
For more information, visit the Off-campus, Distance and Continuing Education web page.
Established in May of 2011, The Pre-Collegiate Programs Office, formerly The Office of Summer Programs, was created to minimize risk and liability for youth programs and to become a "one stop shop", providing faculty, staff, students, and external clients with an array of support services to effectively plan, develop, and manage educational and recreational youth programs. For more information, visit the Pre-Collegiate Programs web page.