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Clemson University begins construction of alumni and visitors center

Feb. 10, 2023
The 100,000 square-foot facility is scheduled to be completed in fall 2024.

Clemson University in Clemson, S.C., has begun construction of a 100,000-square-foot Alumni and Visitors Center.

The university says the Clemson Alumni and Visitors Center will be home to several programs and organizations, including the Clemson Alumni Association, Class of 1944 Visitors Center, the Board of Trustees office, Advancement, Clemson University Foundation, Admissions and the Michelin Career Center.

The project is scheduled to be completed in fall 2024.

The center will overlook the shores of Lake Hartwell, standing as Clemson University’s front door — inviting prospective students to explore campus and welcoming past generations back home.

The visitors center will be a welcoming first stop and first impression for prospective students. 

The Michelin Career Center supports students with career counseling and assessments, resume and cover letter reviews, information workshops and job search advice.  The new center will provide even greater opportunities for employers to effectively connect to students, more easily identify potential candidates and greatly increase their company’s visibility.

The Clemson Alumni Association is an open-membership, nonprofit organization that exists to connect alumni to each other and their alma mater. Providing Clemson alumni with an updated space will enhance the growth and development that the university requires to remain a leading alumni network.

The architects are Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood and Cooper Carry.

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