This year, the Clemson Softball team started their highly anticipated second season in the newly named McWhorter Stadium, thanks to the generosity of Stuart McWhorter ’91 and Leigh Anne Hendrix McWhorter.
Articles by Amanda Childers
Calvin “Chip” Jackson, devoted supporter of the College of Education and longtime educational and civic leader in South Carolina, was named the second recipient of the Distinguished Friend of the College of Education Award.
More than 100 years ago, under a majestic oak tree on the grounds of Fort Hill, Thomas Green Clemson met with the original trustees in whom he entrusted his vision for a high seminary of learning. With one small meeting and one big idea, Clemson College was established. Inspired by that moment, the Clemson University […]
Brian ’98 and Jaime Reynolds support ClemsonLIFE to honor her half brother Jaime Reynolds didn’t have to look very far to find inspiration for her generous spirit. She grew up in a family where selfless generosity was present every day. Jaime and her husband, Brian’98, have chosen to support the ClemsonLIFE (Learning Is […]
Mitch and Carla Norville have been loyal supporters of Clemson since the 1980s. Now, they are showing their support once again with a transformational $2.5 million gift to the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences.
Since its beginning in 1977, the Clemson Career Workshop has invested in academically talented, underrepresented high school students by introducing them to Clemson through a summer residential program.
Fort Hill is the historic home of the University’s founders, Thomas and Anna Clemson. It has also become a place to honor those who followed their legacy of generosity and giving that made this University what it is today.