A grand stairway in Rome connects the Trinità dei Monti with the Piazza di Spagna below. Known as the “Spanish Steps,” the famed stairway is a magnet for visitors, and well utilized as a backdrop for weddings, portraits and even selfies. Clemson University is about to get its own version of the Spanish Steps as […]
Clemson University’s Board of Trustees completed its summer quarterly meeting on campus last week, approving a $1.35 billion budget for 2019-20, Phase II approval of a renovation and expansion of Daniel Hall and a feasibility study for Clemson’s next capital campaign. Highlights of the budget include $16 million to fund a compensation plan featuring both cost-of-living and merit raises.
The Clemson University board of trustees Friday approved a 1 percent tuition increase for in-state undergraduate students for the 2019-2020 academic year, reflecting both the university’s ongoing commitment to providing value to South Carolina students and their families and the state’s commitment to increased funding for higher education. The board also approved a 3.8 percent tuition increase for non-resident students.
Clemson University Trustee Louis B. Lynn was honored as one of the inaugural ICONS by the Columbia Regional Business Report. Lynn, a native of Darlington, was named one of the ICONS, “the community pillars who have established standards of business and civic excellence.” The honorees were nominated by Business Report readers and selected by a panel of judges.
As Vice President for Student Affairs Almeda Jacks made her way in front of the podium prior to Saturday’s residence hall naming ceremony, chatter continued to emanate from the crowd of about 100 people in front of the Core Campus complex. Jacks addressed the eager audience more than once before things finally started to settle […]
Clemson University Trustee John N. "Nicky" McCarter Jr. of Columbia is being honored by the Clemson Alumni Association with the Distinguished Service Award, the highest honor that the association bestows on former Clemson Tigers.
CLEMSON – Hugo Sanabria of the College of Science has been recognized by Clemson’s Board of Trustees with the 2018 Award for Excellence. Sanabria is an assistant professor in the department of physics and astronomy and a rising star in the field of molecular biophysics. At this stage of his career, Sanabria has picked up high-level honors […]
Clemson University Trustee Louis B. Lynn received the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, from Gov. Henry McMaster Thursday.
CLEMSON – Four members of the College of Science faculty were honored Feb. 8 during the Clemson University Board of Trustees Award for Excellence reception. This reception, held at the Brooks Center, recognized faculty and staff whose vision, accomplishments and efforts have brought honor to Clemson University. The Faculty Award for Excellence is represented by […]
Clemson University’s board of trustees is pleased with the findings of an audit by the state’s Office of the Inspector General of the university’s board of trustees’ expenses, and welcomes its conclusions and recommendations.
The Clemson University board of trustees Thursday approved the 2017-18 budget, re-elected its chairman and gave its support to important programs and capital projects.
Consistent with its ongoing commitment to providing a world-class college education at an affordable cost, Clemson University’s board of trustees Thursday approved the smallest percentage tuition increase for South Carolina resident students in two decades for the academic year that begins in August.
Business leader Cheri Marie Phyfer has been named to the Clemson University board of trustees, effective Dec. 5.
Clemson University trustees approved the school’s budget of $1,090,752 for the 2016-17 fiscal year as they convened on campus for their quarterly meetings.
Clemson University trustees Thursday set tuition and fee increases for the 2016-17 academic year, including 3.14 percent, or $218, increase per semester, for undergraduate students from South Carolina and a 4.27 percent, or $700, increase per semester, for undergraduate students from out of state.