LGBTQ+ Student Resources
Gantt Multicultural Center: is part of the Division of Inclusion and Equity and is committed to creating diverse learning environments that enhance the intercultural competence of our students. The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers students to be positive change agents.
Clemson Sexuality and Gender Alliance: is a group of LGBTQ+ and allied students, faculty, and staff committed to bettering Clemson University through awareness, inclusivity, and creating community.
oSTEM: is Clemson’s chapter of the nationally recognized oSTEM organization. Members of oSTEM are LGBTQ+ Clemson individuals involved in STEM, working together to create a brighter campus.
Clemson Queer Student of Color Alliance: is a student organization that provides a safe space to all marginalized people of color who identify as a part of the LGBTQIA+ community. The mission of the organization is to educate the general public about the needs of the LGBTQ P.O.C. community as well as celebrate our history and culture.
Prism: is a student-oriented Clemson campus ministry of hospitality, dialogue and education that strives to be a safe place for LGBTQ+ students and allies interested in exploring a welcoming Christianity.
Athlete Ally: is Clemson’s chapter of the nationally recognized Athlete Ally organization. Athlete Ally believes that everyone should have equal access, opportunity, and experience in sports — regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. The mission of Athlete Ally is to end the rampant homophobia and transphobia in sport and to activate the athletic community to exercise their leadership to champion LGBTQ equality.
Clemson Rainbow Fellowship: facilitates one-one-one peer mentorship between members of Clemson's LGBTQ+ community. Mentorship focuses on the transition to college, life as a Clemson University student, identity exploration, and introduction to resources.
Military and Veteran Engagement: has been designed to serve and support the Clemson Military-Connected Community through engagement, enrichment, empowerment and education.
Brother 2 Brother: is a student led initiative at Clemson University that prepares men of color for their roles as citizens and leaders through community-based educational and service experiences. Active members of Brother 2 Brother are engaged in a meaningful way, through promotion of academic achievement, character building, fostering leadership skills and encouraging empathy and civic responsibility for all students on Clemson's campus.
Sister 2 Sister: exists to positively impact the lives of its women of color at Clemson by creating supportive networks, encouraging and assisting with personal and professional development, and providing strategies for educational attainment and success throughout the collegiate experience and beyond.
Clemson Student Veterans Association: is a student organization founded in 2008 by student veterans in order to advocate for military veteran and military-connected students at Clemson University. We promote their educational, social, recreational and cultural interests and cooperate with other organizations on campus.
SALUTE Veterans Honor Society: The mission of Clemson SALUTE is to recognize and honor the service and academic achievements of student veterans who are attending or who have graduated from Clemson University.
Veteran Student Resources
Student Organizations and Resources: Multicultural Programs supports the leadership development of a diverse group of student organizations. We provide advising, programming support as well as leadership development to assist students in gaining valuable skills to be campus and community leaders.
Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center: is part of the Division of Inclusion and Equity and is committed to creating diverse learning environments that enhance the intercultural competence of our students. The center supports and advocates for the needs of all students, challenges students to think critically about themselves and their communities, provides engaging experiential learning opportunities and empowers students to be positive change agents.
Inclusion and Equity: Clemson University aspires to create a diverse community that welcomes people of different races, cultures, ages, genders, sexual orientation, religions, socioeconomic levels, political perspectives, abilities, opinions, values and experiences.
Minority Student Resources