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How to Support Students and Faculty

Students and faculty are Clemson’s priorities for the Will to Lead campaign. You can help by supporting the following pressing needs.

Unrestricted gifts: Offering the flexibility to direct funding to Clemson’s most urgent needs, unrestricted gifts are the best way to support students and faculty. These funds enable Clemson to meet critical demands as they arise and take advantage of unexpected opportunities.

There are many ways to give unrestricted.

Student scholarships and fellowships: Dwindling public funding, the global economic climate and more people entering higher education have created an urgency for additional scholarships and fellowships. These funds open doors for good students who would not otherwise be able to afford college as well as attract the nation’s most aspiring students to Clemson.

There are many ways you can support students through scholarships and fellowships.

  • Make a gift through any of Clemson’s giving methods and mark your gift “scholarships” or “fellowships”
  • Create a scholarship or fellowship endowment
  • Contact Missy Ryan at 864-979-2152 or ryan2@clemson.edu
Endowed chairs and professorships: To reach its full potential as a top-tier research institution, Clemson must recruit and retain eminent scholars, teachers and researchers, and continue the tradition of excellence established by current faculty. Endowed chairs and professorships are the key in attracting and retaining these promising faculty members for our students, academic programs and research initiatives.

There are many ways you can support faculty through endowed chairs and professorships.
  • Make a gift through any of Clemson’s giving methods and mark your gift “faculty support”
  • Create an endowed chair or professorship through an endowment
  • Contact Missy Ryan at 864-979-2152 or ryan2@clemson.edu
Student engagement: Active learning environments are a fundamental part of a Clemson education. As students develop knowledge sets and critical-thinking skills, faculty members push them to engage their lessons outside of the classroom through Clemson’s many initiatives, including internships, leadership programs, research activities and technological initiatives. Read more about our Creative Inquiry program or the Clemson National Scholars — just two of Clemson’s vital student engagement opportunities.

There are many ways you can support student engagement at Clemson.
  • Create an endowment for one of Clemson’s engaged student support areas
  • Contact Missy Ryan at 864-979-2152 or ryan2@clemson.edu
Lee Hall: As Clemson’s design and building disciplines have grown and multiplied through the years, their physical home — the 50-year-old Lee Hall — has not. Today, Lee Hall’s 72,000 net assignable square feet is half the amount of space needed for the design and building disciplines to function successfully, making it an urgent facilities need. To this end, we are commencing an expansion, renovation and restoration project that will create a complex worthy of our students, teachers and partners.

There are many ways you can support Lee Hall.
  • Make a gift through any of Clemson’s giving methods and mark your gift “Lee Hall”
  • Contact LeRoy Adams at 864-656-1331 or ladams@clemson.edu to learn about naming opportunities in Lee Hall

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