Review the CDC COVID-19 summary webpage to learn more about the current state of the pandemic, information about the virus and disease, CDC recommendations to the public, and reduction of stigma.

  • Keep up to date on COVID-19 at Clemson through Clemson’s COVID-19 website where official information is posted and please help us reduce the spread of misinformation.
  • Review Tweets from Clemson University Public Safety.
  • Sign up for CU Safe Alerts.
  • If you have returned from a trip abroad or have had contact with someone who may have COVID-19, call Clemson University health officials for support (864-656-2457).
  • If you are concerned you may have COVID-19 and are physically located in South Carolina, you may take advantage of a free COVID-19 online screening from MUSC.
  • If you are concerned about your emotional or psychological health, take advantage of the Therapy Assistance Online program, or call Clemson’s CAPS in Student Health Services for a consultation (864-656-2451). If it is an emergency, anytime of day or night, call CUPD and ask to speak to the counselor on call (864-656-2222).

BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina and BlueChoice HealthPlan Waive Cost-Sharing for In-Network COVID-19 Treatment. Click here for additional information

  • Contact the Office of Advocacy and Success at 864-656-0935.
  • Clemson Community Care can assist with food needs as well as homeless support
  • Food Pantry list for Greenville, SC for food needs.
  • Food Pantries Clemson list.
  • Continue to refer to Clemson University’s response to COVID-19 for campus-wide updates.
  • Please contact International Services if you have any questions regarding travel, immigration documents, etc.
  • Contact:
  • The English Language Programs is ready to assist students in 3 specific ways until the end of the semester in an online format, and beyond, either online or face-to-face.
  • English Connections is an informal and free conversation group. Previously, it was called LEAF. It meets every Friday from 12-1:30 through Zoom. Click here for the zoom link.
  • English Coaching is done one-on-one or in small groups. It is fee-based and the most cost effective way is for students to form small groups and pay together. Click here for the link to English Language Programs.
  • Editing services are for scholars, faculty and staff that use English as a second language. You will find additional documents and emails attached to this letter that outline additional resources on working remotely, time management, graduate school deadlines, and The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Coping with the Coronavirus.
  • We realize this is a lot of information during an uncertain time; however, we do hope you will find the support you need in this collaboration of Clemson University and area resources to assist you. Please keep in contact with faculty, staff, and administration should you have any questions or personal needs at this time. We are here for you!
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