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About Clemson University

A top-20 public university with a reputation for excellence, Clemson University is South Carolina’s highest-ranked national university. Its academic programs lay the groundwork for innovative research, and real-world experiences carry students forward to a rewarding career. Clemson offers a variety of programs at University Center of Greenville to serve the needs of working adults who want to pursue four-year and graduate-level degrees, without having to leave Greenville. Most of the programs’ courses are offered in the evenings, for the convenience of working adults. Some daytime and weekend classes are also available.

If you are using a smart phone, you will find a listing of each Clemson University academic program offered at the University Center of Greenville at the bottom of this page when you scroll past the list of programs and contacts below; or, you may click on the following link to the University Center’s Degrees/Programs webpage: greenville.org/degrees-programs/

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College of Education

Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Math or Science Ed
Alison Search
864.250.8880
[email protected]

Student Services Coordinator

Alison Search
864.250.8880
[email protected]

Administrative Assistant
Missy Gray
864.250.6720
[email protected]

Master of Education in Teaching and Learning
Julie Jones
864.656.5096
[email protected]

Masters of Human Resource Development Program Coordinator
Dr. Cynthia Sims
864.656.1882
[email protected]

Masters of Arts in Teaching Middle Level Education
Alison Search
864.250.8880
[email protected]

Department Fax: 864.250.8889

Masters of Arts in Teaching Special Education
Dr. Janie Hodge
864.656.1613
[email protected]

 

Tuition

Click here for the 2016/2017 Tuition and Fee Schedule. Rates are subject to change.

http://www.clemson.edu/finance/student-financials/tuition-fees/

Financial Aid

There are a variety of financial aid options available:

  • Grants
  • Scholarships
  • Loans
  • VA Benefits
  • Employment
  • Tuition Assistance Programs
  • Employee Tuition Reimbursement

Your first action should be to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include Clemson University school code (003425) in it so that our office will receive your information. The Department of Education will determine your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) using the information supplied on the FAFSA.

The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

You should submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1st each year. In order to be considered for need-based scholarships, the processor must receive your completed FAFSA by March 1st. The priority deadline for the Federal Supplemental Grant, Federal Perkins Loan, Federal Work-Study and South Carolina Need-Based Grant is April 1st. April 1st is also the suggested deadline to apply for the Federal Pell Grant and Federal Stafford Loan. You do not have to be accepted for admissions first to apply for financial aid.

Once the required information is received, your Financial Aid award will be “packaged” and sent to you in an award letter.

For more information about Financial Aid, visit Clemson University’s Financial Aid Office.

Transfers

If you have credit from courses at other colleges and universities, check with the registrar’s office to find out how to request any necessary transcripts to accompany your application for admission.

To ensure that your supporting materials (transcripts, recommendations, etc.) are properly matched with your application, we recommend that you apply first and then request your transcripts from your previous academic work.

LEARN MORE about transfers and transcripts and view the Transfer Credit Equivalency List (TCEL) HERE.