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Admissions & Financial Aid

Admissions

To apply for admission to Clemson University, please click the appropriate link below and follow the prompted instructions.

  • Undergraduate admissions

    If you have never attended Clemson University, please complete the online Undergraduate Admissions Application. If you have attended any other institution(s) prior to Clemson University, you are required to submit one official transcript from each institution. For more information and to complete the online undergraduate application visit Undergraduate Admissions.

  • Graduate admissions

    The Clemson University Graduate School oversees the admissions process for all graduate programs at Clemson University. For more information and to complete the online graduate application visit the Clemson University Graduate School.

  • Transient Student

    Students from other institutions who wish to enroll in undergraduate or graduate courses may register as transient students only during the summer. For more information and to complete the online transient application visit the Registrar.

Financial aid

Financial aid is available to Clemson students who qualify. To learn more about your options in paying for college, visit the Financial Aid Office's website here.

The Student Veterans Resource Center provides resources for student veterans. The SVRC can help Clemson Online students navigate VA benefits and financial aid information. Students can contact the SVRC by email at [email protected] or by calling 864-336-3494. Visit the SVRC website for more information.

Sours: https://www.clemson.edu/online/students/adm_finad.html

Welcome to Student Financial Aid

Current phone availability is:

8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Monday - Friday

You can also chat with us: 

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Monday - Friday

If you need to reach a staff member, please email [email protected] and we will respond to your email as soon as possible. 


A Clemson University education is an excellent investment in your and/or your child's future. The financial aid staff is here to help you understand the various financial aid programs that are available and to work individually with those who face significant financial difficulties during their career at Clemson. Overall, 87 percent of our students receive some type of financial assistance – which includes state, federal and University awards. Please review this site for information about our merit scholarships, need-based grants, loans and work-study. We are committed to providing the highest level of customer service to our students.

For our currently enrolled students, you have several responsibilities as a recipient of financial aid, so please pay attention to the application process, deadlines and policies.

Mission Statement

The Clemson University Office of Student Financial Aid exists to help students secure the funds necessary to pursue their educational goals at Clemson University through the administration and implementation of federal, state and institutional programs of financial assistance.

If you have any questions during the process, please be sure to contact our office, and we will help however we can.


Important Notices

2021-2022 Award Packages -Incoming first-year students will be notified of their financial aid award packages by mid-March 2021. Continuing undergraduate, undergraduate transfer and all graduate students will be notified of their financial aid packages by mid-June 2021.

Financial Aid and University Bill Pay Sessions will be hosted as part of the Clemson Orientation for the incoming first year and transfer students. More details are available on the Orientation Resources webpage.

Message from S.C. Commission on Higher Education - Guidance for COVID-19 Impacted Situations

Students Selected for Verification — We are currently processing all documents for verification and other information requests in the order they are received. To view outstanding and received documents, please log into your iROAR account and select the Eligibility section under the Financial Aid tab. We will complete the verification process within several weeks of receiving all requested documents. Beginning with the 2020-21 aid year, the Office of Student Financial Aid is transitioning to new electronic form software. All required documentation should be completed within your iROAR portal and all documents should be uploaded through the secure uploads provided. Documents sent through email will not be accepted for security purposes. Please do not submit documentation that has not been requested as this can delay the processing of your application.

Two-factor authentication is required to access iROAR. Two-factor authentication asks individuals for a secondary confirmation of their identity at login using a physical device, such as an app or text message on your phone. Clemson University will use Duo Security for two-factor authentication. Please visit 2fa.clemson.edu for more information and to sign up for Duo Security.

FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is a federal policy in place to protect students and their personal information. Clemson University’s Office of Financial Aid has aligned its policies and procedures in compliance with this federal regulation.

Effective July 1, 2016 - In order for us to speak to anyone other than the student, a signed FERPA waiver listing the individuals to whom the student grants permission to talk with our office must be submitted. This digital form is available in the student’s iROAR account – Financial Aid – Unsatisfied Student Requirements. New students should have this form submitted by the first day of class. Failure to submit a FERPA waiver will NOT affect your aid eligibility or disbursement.

The list of approved individuals can be updated at any time by emailing our office ([email protected]) and requesting we re-open the FERPA waiver in iROAR. We will only use the information on the most recent waiver submitted to our office.

More information on FERPAis available online.

Citizenship and the Constitution — Please check out these videos from the Clemson University Constitution Day panel. They discuss the idea of citizenship and how it has changed over the course of U.S. history.
Part I and Part II.

Financial Literacy — The Office of Student Financial Aid has developed a Financial Literacy website that contains information about saving, budgeting, loan repayment options and more. Please check it out and all of the useful tools included.

Financial Aid for Study Abroad Appointment Requests — We have recently updated our scheduling system to use CU Navigate. More information can be found on our study abroad page.

Navigating in iROAR — To view your bill: login to iROAR.clemson.edu and select the tab for Student Financial Services and then the following links: Optional Fees (to add a meal plan, etc.) or My Bill. To accept your aid: login to iROAR.clemson.edu and select the tab for Financial Aid and the following links: iROAR, Award, Award for Aid Year, Select the applicable "Financial Aid Year", Award Overview and Accept Award Offer.

Financial Aid Tips & Advice from Clemson Students — A short video of tips and advice from Clemson students who have worked in the financial aid office.


Clemson CRRSAA Grant

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)Reporting – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students

On December 27, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 (CRRSAA), which provided Clemson University with $6,789,998 in funding for emergency financial aid grants. (This is in addition to the CARES Act Grants disbursed in May 2020.) We disbursed the funds in three tiers: we awarded $1,000 to Federal Pell Grant recipients; $750 to students with Expected Family Contributions (EFC) less than 10,000; and $500 to students with any gross financial need as demonstrated by a valid Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In the initial disbursement on April 13, 2021, we awarded $6,645,750 to 9,426 students. As of September 14, 2021, we awarded $6,789,998 to 9,538 students.

Students were informed by the email below:

"We hope that your semester is drawing to a successful close and that you and your family are healthy and safe. We are pleased to share some good news.

On December 27, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 (CRRSAA), which provided Clemson University with funding for emergency financial aid grants. Because you were identified as a student with financial need, you have been awarded a Clemson CRRSAA Grant. If you do not have any emergency needs, we encourage you to use your refund to pay current or upcoming tuition, or to pay down student loans if you have educational debt.

To view your grant, please log in to your financial aid award page in iROAR. If you have authorized an eRefund with the billing office, your refund will be deposited in the account you designated. If not, we will send a paper check to your permanent address.

We hope this grant will ease the financial strain caused by the pandemic. Good luck on your exams and final projects."


Clemson CARES Grant

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Reporting – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students

(The following disclosure is in compliance with HEERF reporting as required in the Office of Postsecondary Education’s Electronic Announcement 2020-05-06.)

Clemson University signed certification with the US Department of Education agreeing to use no less than 50% of our allocation from the CARES Act to provide emergency grants to students. Clemson University was allocated $6,789,998 for emergency grants, which were disbursed under the name Clemson CARES Grants beginning May 5, 2020. Over the next 6 months, Clemson disbursed $6,789,998 to 9,159 students. Clemson University had approximately 12,500 students who were eligible to participate in federal student financial aid programs, but we prioritized our students with the greatest need as encouraged by the Secretary of Education. We disbursed the funds in three tiers: we awarded $1,000 to Federal Pell Grant recipients; $900 to students with Expected Family Contributions (EFC) less than 10,000; and $500 to students with any gross financial need as demonstrated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). After the initial disbursement, we exhausted the small remaining balance by giving additional $100 grants to the neediest students. Students were notified of the award at their Clemson email address as follows:

We hope that you had a successful close to your semester and that you and your family are healthy and safe. We are pleased to share some good news.

On March 27, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which provided Clemson University with funding for emergency financial aid grants. The US Department of Education limited the funding to students eligible for federal student aid and encouraged schools to prioritize students with the greatest need. The funds are to assist students with expenses related to the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus. Because you were identified as a student in need who was impacted by the campus closure, you have been awarded a Clemson CARES Grant.

To view your grant, please log in to your financial aid award page in iROAR. If you have authorized an eRefund with the billing office, your refund will be deposited in the account you designated. If not, we will send a paper check to your permanent address.

By accepting the Clemson CARES Grant, you certify that you incurred expenses (such as food, housing, course materials, technology, healthcare, or childcare) related to the disruption to campus operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and you are prepared to provide documentation (if requested) that your expenses were greater than or equal to the amount of your grant. If your expenses were not greater than or equal to the amount of your grant, you must notify [email protected] to reduce or remove your grant, and then repay your refund with eCheck on iROAR.

We hope this grant will ease the financial strain caused by the pandemic, and we look forward to your safe return to campus.


Clemson ARPA Grant

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Reporting – Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students

On March 11, 2021, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), which provided Clemson University with $18,105,028 in funding for emergency financial aid grants. (This is in addition to the CARES Act Grants disbursed in May 2020 and the CRRSAA Grants disbursed in March 2021.) We disbursed the funds in three tiers: we awarded $1,500 to Federal Pell Grant recipients; $1,000 to students with Expected Family Contributions (EFC) less than 10,000; and $500 to students with any gross financial need as demonstrated by a valid Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). In the initial disbursement on September 14, 2021, we awarded $9,055,002 to 10,014 students. A second disbursement is planned for spring 2022.

Students were informed by the email below:

"We hope that your semester is off to a strong start and that you and your family are healthy and safe. We are pleased to share some good news.

On March 11, 2021, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), which provided Clemson University with funding for emergency financial aid grants. Because you were identified as a student with financial need, you have been awarded a Clemson ARPA Grant. If you do not have any emergency needs, we encourage you to use your refund to pay current or upcoming tuition and living expenses.

To view your grant, please log in to your financial aid award page in iROAR. If you have authorized an eRefund with the billing office, your refund will be deposited in the account you designated. If not, we will send a paper check to your permanent address.

We hope this grant will ease the financial strain caused by the pandemic. Have a safe and successful semester.”


Sours: https://www.clemson.edu/financial-aid/
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What Clemson Fin Aid Are You Eligible For?

What is Inside a Typical Financial Aid Plan at Clemson

$20,398 is the normal Clemson University's freshman financial aid deal. About 88.0% of new students obtain some financial aid, most of which is scholarships and grants.

College Discounts

Financial aid helps decrease the cost, or the full retail price of the college. However, be aware that the only real college discount are scholarships & grants.

How Much Aid Is Offered in Grants & Scholarships?

The following numbers apply to scholarships and grants primarily provided by Clemson University.

75.0% of first year students (2,843 total) were given scholarships at Clemson University, averaging $6,725 per person. This puts it in the top 40th percentile of all schools in the nation.

As well as scholarships, 16.0% of freshmen (596 total) received federal grant aid, for about $4,829 a person.

How are scholarships and grants distributed to freshmen at Clemson? See the chart below.

What's the Difference Between Scholarships & Grants?

Grants are usually based on need while scholarships are based on merit or ability.

How Financial Need Affects Aid

The chart following displays scholarship and grant allocations by income for first year students receiving any type of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.

Title IV Aid

Title IV aid includes loans, grants, or work-study granted by the federal government typically according to need. Learn more here.

$9,477 is the Typical Amount an Undergraduate Receives in Grants or Scholarships

Of the 20,160 undergraduates at Clemson University around 74.0% (14,980 total) get some form of grant aid. The typical amount granted was $9,477.

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