If Clemson University’s engineering and science students formed their own city, it would be larger than most others in South Carolina, including Travelers Rest, Williamston and Pickens. New numbers from Clemson’s College of Engineering and Science show that enrollment has grown nearly 54 percent since 2007 and stands at 7,167 students this semester. The university as a whole grew 21.1 percent in the same period, reaching an enrollment of 21,303.
Engineering and science's swelling ranks underscore the critical role Clemson is playing as the South Carolina strives to attract high-tech industry.
In the spirit of the season, College of Engineering and Science seniors provide a special “gift” to elementary school students.