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Save the Date: Saturday, April 18th from 9:00 am-4:00pm in the Hendrix Student Center
Cost: $10 The Student Organizations Conference is a one-day experience focused on the development of leadership and management skills for officers of recognized student organizations. This year’s theme is Leaving your Legacy, so join us and learn how you can impact the Clemson community as a part of a successful and sustainable organization! Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided...
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Are YOU passionate about diversity?
Are YOU interested in joining the Clemson Undergraduate Student Government?
Do YOU want to enhance your resume and be a student representative?
If all of this applies to you, then here is YOUR opportunity!
You can now apply to Council of Diversity Affairs!
As a branch of GUSG, our selection process includes an online application as well as an interview. Here is the link to CODA's online application:...
These workshops are for any student who wants to develop specific leadership skills!
The full workshop schedule for the Fall can be found at: www.clemson.edu/campus-life/leadership-education/featured-programs/tigers-lead.html
Space is limited. So register early!
Register link: www.clemson.edu/ganttreg
Any student may participate in the Tigers’ L.E.A.D. Program by registering at:...
Want to advertise in The Tiger? Short on cash? No problem.
Student organizations can now volunteer to assist with distributing The Tiger and receive free advertising in the paper.
All you need is at least four organization members to distribute the paper across campus and Clemson on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For two distribution days, your organization will receive a quarter-page full color ad in the following week’s newspapers.
Grant CriteriaThe Collaborative Connections Grant is for new, innovative, collaborative projects that aim to positively impact students, campus and/or wider community. It is not intended to sustain long-standing, already existing activities. Funding must be requested by undergraduate and/or graduate student organizations in good standing with the University as determined by the CCG Selection Committee (CCGSC). Collaboration must be between two or more organizations that are...