Clemson University will take its recently announced capital campaign on the road with a kickoff event in Charleston at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Founders Hall at Charlestown Landing.
The way Ron Taylor sees it, his decision to contribute to his alma mater boiled down to just one thing: "It is the right thing to do," said Taylor, 1965 chemical engineering alumnus.
Clemson University alumnus Doug Smith and his wife, Lynn Westmoreland Smith, have given the university $500,000 to endow a scholarship and to provide academic support in other areas.
Led by a pair of Clemson University civil engineering alumni, a Georgia company has pledged $100,000 to support the expansion and modernization of Lowry Hall, home of Clemson University's civil engineering program.
Clemson University will take its recently announced capital campaign on the road with a kickoff event in Greenville at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2, at the Peace Center’s Gunter Theatre.
Clemson University has kicked off the public phase of a capital campaign to raise $600 million in private gifts by June 30, 2012.
The Will to Lead: A Campaign for Clemson is an effort to raise more than $600 million in support of Clemson students and faculty by July 2012.
Clemson campus leaders comment on The Will to Lead: A Campaign for Clemson