Are you a Clemson FIRST?

There are many first-generation college graduates among our alumni, and we’re trying to find out who they are. Were you the first in your family to go to a four-year college? If so, you are a Clemson FIRST, and we’d like to hear your story. Go to clemson.edu/alumni to read FIRST generation profiles on alumni […]

Campaign celebration

July 20 marked the celebration of the University’s reaching — and exceeding — the Will to Lead capital campaign goal. But $608,839,594 marks just the beginning as the University is determined to reach a goal of $1 billion to meet the needs for students, faculty and facilities.

Main stage named to honor Harder

Mickey Harder, director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts since 1996, was surprised at the season-opening concert as Friends of the Brooks Center and other donors gave $136,680 to name the main stage in her honor. The announcement was made at the Brooks Center’s season-opening show with Kennedy Center Honors recipient Barbara Cook.

Numeral Society reunion honors Joe Young

In May, 200 brothers and guests of the Numeral Society, the 1956 – 1970 “local” Greek fraternity that later became SAE on the Clemson campus, came together for an alumni reunion at Lake Murray near Columbia. Out of that reunion came a pledge to raise additional funds to add to the endowment that supports the […]

McCabes honor Alumni Association president

Jim and Barbara McCabe of Clemson have honored a longtime friend with a $100,000 endowment to the Clemson Alumni Association. The Ann Harvin Hunter Leadership Endowment honors Alumni Association President Ann Harvin Whetstone Hunter (center) of Greenwood and will support leadership development for student and alumni volunteers. Jim McCabe and Hunter’s father, Jack Moorer Whetstone, […]

Segars family gives $1.5 million to support agriculture students

A $1.5 million gift from Goz Segars ’66 of Hartsville, along with his wife, Pat, and their family, will support scholarships, fellowships and student engagement programs in Clemson’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences. “I feel very strongly about the future of agriculture in our country,” said Segars, “and I would like to help […]