We Have A New Name!

Greetings all!

We hope that all of you new and returning Tigers have now finally settled into Tigertown and is ready to take on and conquer the new academic year!



Now, back to our (re)introduction….

We are excited and proud to announce that our official new name is the office of Advocacy and Success!


If you have any questions or need more information, you can reach us at 864-656-0935 or stop by in 202 Hendrix Student Center. We look forward to meeting and connecting with you during this year, so please do not hesitate to drop by!


More information on our office is below.

Who We Are:

The Office of Advocacy and Success (OAS) is a department within the Division of Student Affairs at Clemson University. The purpose of this office is to serve all current Clemson students as a trusted place for care, advocacy, and referrals to campus and community partners.

What We Do:

The Office of Advocacy and Success at Clemson University works to inspire an individual sense of belonging, student success, and retention. We partner with students, their families, campus and community partners, faculty, and staff to empower our students to achieve academic and personal success and to build resilience.

When to Make a Referral

The primary method of referral to our office is through the CARE Network. The CARE Network should only be used when the concern does NOT require immediate attention and is NOT an emergency. The CARE Network is designed to be one of the ways to help connect current students with the resources to help support them.

Common Reasons for CARE Referral

  • Academic Concerns
  • Adjustment Issues
  • Behavioral Concerns
  • Career or Graduation
  • Death or Grief
  • Financial
  • Personal Health or Wellness
  • Relationships or Student Engagement
  • Other Concerns


Follow Us on Social Media!

Twitter: @clemsonOAS



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