We will serve the student body by continuing to enhance Clemson in the three areas that embody what it means to be a tiger: top-tier academics, close-knit community, and unmatched school spirit. Our Uproar is to provide a strong consistent voice for the student body through building upon our existing initiatives. When the student body passionately works together on a united front, we can have an unprecedented impact - creating an uproar that will echo throughout campus.
We will advocate to begin this new tradition to foster the school spirit of Clemson, it will involve a concert in the amphitheater and students running into the reflection pond.
Last Day of Class Concert
We will advocate for this tradition that will provide a space for students to relax before finals and celebrate a semester full of hard work.
We will continue to advocate for an organization tailgate lot during football season.
The Tiger’s Silent Roar - Memorial for students that have passed away.
We will advocate for the memorial event to become a tradition that will continue for years to come.
We will advocate for the Samuel J. Cadden Chapel to be realistically accessible by students.
We will add a Greek Affairs Chair to our Cabinet.
We will support Greek Events within councils.
We will advocate for Greek Life to have realistic access and usable space around campus to promote sense of community.
We will begin the conversation surrounding the construction of new Greek specific event space.
Student Voice & Accountability
We will continue the conversation with administration regarding a student holding a seat on the Board of Trustees.
We will advocate for a student fee audit to ensure all students are benefitting from the new Funding Board.
Athletics & Student Ticketing
We will continue to evaluate and solicit feedback regarding the student ticketing and ticket transfer system to make it as effective as possible.
We will continue to teach the student ticketing process at orientation.
We will continue to promote joint City & University events.
We will continue to support and advocate for Club Sports.
We will continue to revise Welcome Week activities to make them inclusive of all grade levels and focused on fostering school spirit and pride.
We will collaborate with University administration to continue to update and improve CU1000.
This would include teaching the alma mater and other Clemson traditions.
Will continue to advocate to keep the Grade Distributions public and available to students.
We will advocate for the maintenance of an online syllabus bank accessible to all students.
We will advocate for a first time forgiveness policy when TigerOne card is lost, waiving the $30 TigerOne card replacement fee.
We will advocate to maintain our 16:1 student to teacher ratio to keep classes an appropriate size as we grow.
Student Organization’s Access to Space
We will advocate for a universal room reservation system to provide a streamlined method to reserve all spaces, academic and recreational, on campus.
We will advocate for student organizations to have realistic access to space around campus.
We will advocate for the implementation of interactive map kiosks around campus to help students and visitors feel more at home on campus.
We will ensure the information in these kiosks is adequate to recruit new students and make current students feel plugged in to all parts of campus.
Health & Safety
We will continue the discussion in regards to plans for a new and expanded Healthcare Facility.
We will advocate for the most effective and accessible use of Redfern and CAPS staff to provide for the needs of our growing student body.
We will help advertise and increase available resources for victims of sexual assault as well as develop a campus wide strategy to improve University wide attitude.
We will advocate for CUPD to host Student Ride Alongs to maintain good police-community relationships.
Involvement From All Students
We will facilitate conversation that highlights the unique experiences of underrepresented groups on campus.
We will work to incentivize and increase attendance at the campus wide days of service.
We will look to examine the gap in the cost of housing in various residence halls on campus.
We will advocate for textbooks to be tax free at the state level.
We will examine the structure of meal plans to work towards reducing the cost of on campus dining.
We will advocate for tuition transparency so students can better understand what their tuition funds.
We will work to expand the water bottle refilling stations around campus.
We will work to publicize and promote the use of the Kite Hill recycling center by off campus students without access to recycling programs in their residences.
Additionally, we will continue work with off campus housing complexes to make recycling available.
Parking & Transportation
We will advocate to bring Bird scooters to campus.
We will work to start innovative incentive programs with Parking Services.
We will look to continue to improve and promote the use of the University’s public transportation.