When you visit the Calhoun Honors College you will be meeting with one of the honors staff and potentially with one of our honors student ambassadors. To schedule a visit please, complete our on-line form.
Visits for fall and spring semesters are scheduled as follows:
Monday and Friday at 8:45 am, 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Additionally we can accommodate visits Tuesday through Thursday at 8:45 am, 10:00 am and 2:00 pm when staff are available.
The on-line form must be completed at least one week prior to your requested date. We will contact you by email to confirm the day, time and place for your visit within 3 business days of your request. If you do not receive an email confirmation within the 3 business days, please call 864-656-4762. Due to limited spaces available to meet with staff and students, we might not be able to accomodate your requested day or time(s). We do not schedule visits on Saturday or Sunday.
Visits with ambassadors will not be offered during university holidays or during fall, winter and summer breaks. The office is closed for visits on official university holidays.
Spring 2015 visits with student ambassadors will end Friday, April 24, 2015.
IMPORTANT - Parking on campus, for anyone, including employees, is hard to come by. With progress/construction happening all around it makes it even more difficult. There is metered parking scattered across campus. Some good news is there is an app for that! It's call the "Parker" app. It is real time information. This app might come in handy - just a suggestion! You will find information regarding parking, and a link to the "Parker" app, on the Parking Services website here http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/campus-services/parking/visitors.html.
Below are quotes from two students who visited with the Honors Ambassadors prior to making their decision to attend Clemson University.
Jennifer van Gelder "Meeting with an honors ambassador has allowed me to see how another student has benefited from the honors college and how the array of opportunities the honors college offers can impact me during my undergraduate studies." --Jennifer van Gelder
"The visit was, literally, the deciding factor in coming to Clemson. I was trying to decide between my top three schools, and I went to visit them all one last time during spring break. After speaking with the honors ambassadors and hearing about their experiences in the program, I knew that Clemson was where I wanted to be. The opportunities afforded to the honors students are extraordinary, and the students that I have met have taken every opportunity and run with it. From the moment I walked into Tillman Hall, I felt welcomed into the Clemson family and embraced into my new home." --Elizabeth Devitt