That the Tiger’s roar may echo O’er the mountain height!
Honorary Alumnus/a Nominations Now Open Are you an alumnus/a of Clemson University? Do you know someone who did not attend Clemson, but demonstrates fierce loyalty and exhibits qualities typically found only in the most dedicated alumni? Nominate them for the special distinction of Honorary Alumnus/a today!
Two Clemson MBA alums have put their skills to the test to launch TestedHQ, a product-development testing firm that connects developers with end users to give real-world product feedback, helping get the next innovation on store shelves faster.
Kimberly Poole’s charge was simple. She was asked to create an environment where current student leaders could interact with alumni and tie it to Homecoming at Clemson which led to an engagement luncheon designed to foster connection between esteemed alumni and student leaders.
According to David Price '79, his father planted the seed for his own love of Clemson by sharing stories of his time on campus and the special connections that are built when you say “yes” to becoming a Tiger.
When the United States went to war in the spring of 1917, Henry Coleman went too. He was an Army private first class assigned to Company C of the 306th Field Signal Battalion of the 81st Infantry Division.
History was made when the color guard for Company C-4 of the Pershing Rifles set foot on the grass of Memorial Stadium during pregame of Clemson University’s Homecoming football contest against Wake Forest. For the first time ever, the six-person unit was comprised entirely of women.
The Honorary Alumnus designation is a special recognition reserved for unwavering supporters of Clemson whose passion for the university is undeniable, even though they never officially attended Clemson.