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Think Ahead

Think Ahead provides information to students that encourages them to be proactive about their personal health and the health of other students, especially regarding alcohol, marijuana and other drugs and sexual health.

Be Safe

Add the Be Safe web app to the home screen of your smartphone! 

Go to the Be Safe website and follow the instructions below to add the Be Safe web app to the home screen of an iPhone or an Android device. (The Be Safe app is currently not available in the iTunes store. If your device is not listed below, just search in google for your device name and how to create a shortcut on your home screen.)

1.Tap the "Share" button at the top of the Safari screen for the Be Safe website you’re on (rectangle with arrow).
2.Tap the icon labeled “Add to Home Screen.”
3.Tap the "Add" button in the upper right corner.
4.Launch the Be Safe website from your home screen by tapping its icon.

1.Tap the "Share" button at the bottom of the Safari screen for the Be Safe website you’re on.
2.Tap the icon labeled “Add to Home Screen.”
3.Tap the "Add" button in the upper right corner.
4.Launch the Be Safe website from your home screen by tapping its icon.

1.Press the "Menu" button and bookmark the Be Safe website for which you want the icon to appear on the home screen.
2.Press the "Menu" button again.
3.Select "Bookmarks"
4.Long press the bookmark you want to add to the home screen and click "Add to Home Screen".


If you are aware of a student in crisis, who may be at risk of harm to self or others, immediately call 911 or contact the Counseling and Psychological Support Services at 864-656-2451. For after-hours coverage and when the University is officially closed, access the CAPS counselor on-call through CUPD at 864-656-2222.


If you are concerned about a friend or peer facing a difficult situation, never hesitate to contact the Dean of Students office or to submit a CARE report.  CARE reports may be submitted anonymously and will provide the University with information needed to care for the student.
Examples of CARE issues could include:

  • Concerns about a friend’s changes in appearance or behavior; mood swings,; excessive absences or sleeping,; or general mental health concerns.
  • Concern about unhealthy relationship or suspected relationship or sexual violence
  • Death or serious illness of a loved one
  • Health issues including: emergency hospitalizations, life-threatening illnesses, alleged assaults, acute injuries, etc.
  • Any unusual, harmful or critical concerns

Submit a CARE form here: https://publicdocs.maxient.com/incidentreport.php?ClemsonUniv#care

Sexual Assault

To get help for a victim of sexual assault, call 911 or contact CAPS at 864-656-2451, CUPD at 864-656-2222 or file a CARE report.  To file a complaint, call OCES (Duputy Title IX Coordinator) at 864-656-0510 if the alleged perpetrator is a student and Access and Equity (Title IX Coordinator) at 864-656-3181 if the perpetrator is not a student.  Remember, it is never the victim’s fault. 

For more information on sexual assault, visit: http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/campus-services/redfern/sexual-health/help.html


The purpose of the Medical Alcohol Amnesty Policy is to facilitate access and remove barriers to students who require medical assistance in alcohol related emergencies, and to provide the opportunity for caring, non-punitive interventions in response to such incidents.

Signs of alcohol poisoning
  • Vomiting
  • Confusion
  • Slow breathing (less than 8 breaths per minute)
  • Irregular breathing (a gap of 10 seconds or more between breaths)
  • Blue or pale skin
  • Low body temperature
  • Unconsciousness (passed out)
Immediate Care for an intoxicated person
  • Call 911 immediately if person is unresponsive
  • Stay with the person
  • Turn the person on his or her side to ensure open airways
  • Do not administer any food or beverages

For more on the signs and symptoms of alcohol poisoning and what to do about it, visit: http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/campus-services/redfern/alcohol/alcohol-poisoning.html

For details about MAAP, visit: http://www.clemson.edu/administration/student-affairs/student-handbook/universitypolicies/medical-alcohol-amnesty.html

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