Internships provide an excellent opportunity for students to gain work experience and make connections with professionals in their field prior to graduating. However, sometimes incidents occur, mishaps take place, or negative situations arise that are not conducive to a safe and supportive learning environment. This can come in the form of accidents, verbal and physical assaults, and inappropriate behaviors.
Whether a student intern, a mentor, or a bystander, this page is dedicated to helping individuals maneuver through those concerns and report internship problems to the proper authorities. In addition to reporting internship problems via the appropriate channels listed, we highly recommend also informing your internship site coordinator, instructor, advisor, and/or faculty member.
Injury | Illness | Discrimination | Sexual Assault/Harassment
The Office of Risk Management reviews the plans for campus student events to assist them with safety procedures and appropriate insurance limits and needs.
The staff of Risk Management also strives to be the "go to" person whenever anyone on campus has questions about their department's insurance needs, accidents occurring on campus or accidents occurring on or off campus that pertain to University-owned vehicles (Risk Management, n.d.).
Why/When to Contact Risk Management?
• Insurance Questions
• Injured while working at Clemson
Risk Management’s Home Page
Risk Management FAQ’s
391 College Avenue, Suite 202
Clemson, SC 29631
Office of Global Engagement's International Services area works with incoming international students to provide valuable information, service, and advice to meet the needs of our community. As an international student or scholar at Clemson University, International Services is a valuable resource for your immigration, employment, and support needs.
OGE's International Services contributes to the facilitation of international educational exchange on the campus of Clemson University by providing immigration related support services to international students and scholars.
108 Long Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-5714
Why/When to Contact Title IX
What is Title IX?
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (amending the Higher Education Act of 1965) is a federal gender equity law that prohibits discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities that receive federal funding. Sexual harassment, which includes sexual violence and other forms of nonconsensual sexual misconduct, is a form of sex discrimination and is prohibited under this law.
Clemson University is committed to providing a higher education environment that is free from sexual discrimination. Therefore, if you believe you or someone else that is part of the Clemson University community has been discriminated against based on sex, or if you have questions about Title IX, please contact the Title IX Coordinator Alesia Smith who is also the Executive Director of Equity Compliance, at 223 Holtzendorff Hall, 864-656-3181. The Title IX Coordinator is the person(s) designated by Clemson University to oversee its Title IX compliance efforts.
Office of Access and Equity, Title IX
223 Holtzendorff Hall
Clemson, SC 29607
Clemson resources for students who experience sexual assault or interpersonal violence:
Title IX (to report incident to university)
Access and Equity (to report incident to university)
CUPD (to file criminal report for on-campus incident)
Clemson City Police (to file criminal report for off-campus incident)
CAPS (for counseling and psychological services)
Redfern (for medical services ****does not offer rape kits****)
Local crisis resources for students who experience sexual assault or interpersonal violence:
Safe Harbor (Domestic Violence)
Foothills Alliance (Sexual Trauma and Advocacy Center)
Pickens Count Advocacy Center:(Sexual Trauma and Advocacy Center)
SWITCH (Human Trafficking)
Baptist Easley (closest hospital with sexual assault nurse examiners, "SANE" nurses and the ability to do rape kits)
National resources for students who experience sexual assault or interpersonal violence:
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
The Office of Access and Equity coordinates the development of policy, procedures, programs and services related to equality of opportunity in employment, business access, admissions, retention, academics, advancement and general treatment for faculty, staff, students and visitors. Access and Equity monitors the University’s compliance with all federal, state and University policies related to equitable treatment and unlawful discrimination.
Office of Access and Equity
223 Brackett Hall
Clemson, SC 29634
Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Policy and Procedures Related to Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence (including provisions required by the Violence Against Women Act [VAWA]) PDF
Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity (PDF)
Disabled & Vietnam-Era Veterans (PDF)
Statement Concerning Amorous Relationships (PDF)
HIV Disease and AIDS (PDF)
Individuals with Disabilities (PDF)
Notice of Pregnancy Accommodation Rights
Procedures for Resolution of Harassment/Discrimination/Retaliation Complaints (PDF)
ADA Online Incident Report Form
Discrimination, Harassment or Retaliation On-line Reporting
SC Pregnancy Accommodations – For Employees (PDF)
American with Disabilities (ADA)
Policies and Procedures
Inclusion and Equity
Student Accessibility Services
Women and Minority Business Opportunities
Request an ASL Interpreter
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), the mental health department of Student Health Services, offers a wide array of services along a continuum of intensity for various psychological issues. You are encouraged to be an active participant in your medical and mental health care. Which service is the optimal treatment for you hinges your Individual Assessment. A diagnostic interview is conducted at the initial point of contact.
Why/When to Contact Counseling Services?
• When you feel like you may be suffering from a mental health issue—suicidal ideations, depressive symptoms, eating disorder symptoms, etc.
• If you have been sexually assaulted and need support or have questions about what to do next
Main office: 864-656-2451
For after-hours support, call the Clemson University Police Department at 864-656-2222 and ask for the CAPS counselor on call.
CAPS maintains a 24-hour on-call service, and staff members serve weeklong rotations.
Redfern is the on-campus organization that provides medical and mental health care.
Why/When to Contact Redfern?
• Traditional medical services offered
• Redfern has a Women’s Clinic that can:
Provide support and resources after sexual assault
Complete STI and HIV testing
Provide STI treatment
Complete pregnancy testing
• Redfern also has medical care for everyone of all genders and can provide the same support after sexual assault.
Student Care Eligibilty
Interpersonal Violence Resources
Appointment line: 864-656-1541
General information: 864-656-2233
Women’s Clinic: 864-656-1541
After-Hours Nurse Line: 864-656-2233 (Choose Option 2)
All students participating in a study abroad program or other university-affiliated international travel (student organizations, international co-op or internship, dissertation research, university-funded travel, etc.) are required to use international insurance per the directions below.
Other Programs and University-Affiliated Travel
Students participating in exchange programs, direct-enrollment programs, some third party programs, and other university-affiliated travel are required to use Clemson University’s international insurance coverage through Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI). This insurance policy covers basic medical expenses, medical evacuation, medical reunion, repatriation, and a security evacuation rider. Students can enroll for up to 1 additional month of coverage if planning to extend time abroad. The enrollment must be completed prior to departure and proof of insurance submitted via the Clemson Abroad online application system.
Students participating in university-affiliated travel (student organizations, international co-op or internship, dissertation research, university-funded travel, etc.) should follow the directions on our International Volunteer, Co-op, or Other Travel page and contact email@example.com to discuss their travel plans.
Automobile Business Purposes
Automobiles and Fleets
Employees' Responsibility in Automobile Accidents:
Each employee is responsible for the accident procedures when involved in an automobile accident in a University vehicle. If an employee is unable to contact his/her supervisor or the Office of Risk Management, the accident should be reported immediately to the University's claims adjuster, American Southern Insurance Company at 1-800-713-2205.
Auto and Travel Liability FAQs
Significant Telephone Numbers
• Risk Management Telephone Numbers:
Linda Rice - 864-656-3354
Denise Godwin - 864-656-3365
• South Carolina Highway Patrol:
Dial 911 for assistance
Driving Personal Vehicle on business
Acquiring vehicles for department
Automobile Liability Insurance Card
Rental Car Insurance
Driver Safety Guidelines
Fleet Safety Program
Motor Vehicle Accident Report
In case of injury, it is an employee’s responsibility to notify his/her supervisor or department head immediately. Any injury, no matter how slight, must be reported to your supervisor and the First Report of Injury form must be completed. The form will be submitted to Risk Management at firstname.lastname@example.org through Adobe Reader or can be printed and faxed to Risk Management at 864-656-4558.
Medical Attention for the Work-Injured Employee:
If the injured employee, or his/her supervisor, judges that medical attention is needed, the supervisor or other designated person must call CorVel at 1-866-282-2674 to report the injury and assist in completing the First Report of Injury with a Nurse Case Manager. The employee will be referred to Redfern Health Center or an AUTHORIZED Off Campus Medical Facility. In the event of life or limb-threatening emergencies, contact 9-1-1 or seek immediate medical attention at the nearest emergency facility.
Please click here for additional procedures and forms
Student Health Insurance
Greenville Health Care System
Help at Different Clemson Campuses
• Charleston Campus
• CU-ICAR Campus
Greenville Health Care System
• Beauford Campus