All Tours: 9

This tour focuses on the history of sports at Clemson University

The tour addresses significant events in the timeline leading up to the 1969 Student League for Black Identity walk-out where 60 African American students left the campus of Clemson University out of fear of white retaliation.

This tour addresses the radical and empowering stories of Black women that labored, performed, attended, and taught at Clemson University from when the land belonged to the Fort Hill Plantation to present day.

This tour explores instances of African American resistance against oppression both on an off of Clemson campus. Contrary to popular belief, resistance didn't start in the 1960s with the Civil Rights Movement. Resistance started many years…

Clemson University was part of a shift in the United States' culture during the turbulent 1960s. On a local level the culture of Clemson was changing, in large part, due to the attitudes of new incoming students. These new students were…

A look into the popular stores, bars, restaurants, and histories that reside on the familiar College Avenue from both a modern and historical perspective.

Clemson University is home to a rich student culture- with that comes unique legends and superstitions that have endured many years. This tour will take you to visit some of the locations on campus that make Clemson University special.

The Clemson Ring is a well-known tradition at Clemson University. Once a student becomes a senior, they can attain a class ring to represent their years at Clemson and their upcoming graduation. While the ring tradition was started in 1896, it has…

Locations where Clemson students, current and past, could and can be found on campus.