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Student Life and Involvement Opportunities
During their freshman year, Bridge students are enrolled full time at TCTC, granting them access to all TCTC academic success services and student life opportunities. These opportunities include joining student organizations and participating in scheduled student activities. Bridge students also have access to many of the events and activities at Clemson, as well as the ability to be involved with student organizations and intramural sports.
Bridge Leadership Council
Bridge Leadership Council (BLC) is a programming and event planning body that is very similar to a student council or student government. BLC members plan fun and meaningful events to help students transition to and get involved in the college community. Past events include study breaks, building competitions, dances, movie nights, bonfire nights, pool parties, and the very popular Thanks for Giving dinner. BLC is completely student run. Elections are held at the beginning of the year for positions such as President, Activities Coordinator, Treasurer, and Building Representative. Holding a leadership position provides a great opportunity for students looking to get involved during their college career. All students, elected or not, are welcome to get involved, plan events, and serve on committees. There are endless opportunities to make an impact and get involved! Talk to your RA and attend an info session to get more information.
Additional services and involvement opprtunities available through Clemson include:
- Academic Success Center workshops
- Admission to athletic events (Tickets for football and men's basketball games may be purchased for an additional charge)
- Campus Activities & Events
- Clemson e-mail account
- Clemson Healthy Campus
- Clemson Redfern Health Center
- Clemson student ID card (TigerOne)
- Cooper Library
- Fike Recreation Center
- Meal plans (optional)
- Michelin® Career Center
- Participation in performing arts and musical groups (by audition)
- ROTC (Army)
- ROTC (Air Force)
- Student clubs and organizations (excluding fraternities, sororities and club sports)
- Transfer credit advisement
Health care services are available to Bridge students at Clemson's Redfern Health Center. Services covered through the Bridge program fee include medical services, counseling and psychological services, and health education. Competitive premiums for a supplemental State Health Accident and Sickness Insurance Plan are also available through Redfern Health Center.
Through Clemson's Department of Campus Recreation, Bridge students have access to the 200,000-square-foot Fike Recreation Center, Swann Fitness Center, Sloan Tennis Center and several other outdoor athletic facilities.
Bridge students can utilize the services of the Michelin Career Center at Clemson as well as the TCTC Office of Career Services. The career centers offer programs and services to help Bridge students explore identify, and begin to achieve their career aspirations.
TigerQuest is Clemson's online portal that connects students to Clemson student organizations. TCTC has a number of student organzations on campus. Students can participate in student organizations at both campuses during their Bridge year.
Transit and Parking
Transit services will be provided from Highpointe to TCTC while classes are in session. Students who have a car and wish to park at TCTC and/or Clemson may purchase a student parking permit from each institution.
Safe, Healthy, and Smart Decision Making
Clemson University provides many resources through Healthy Campus. Bridge to Clemson students are required to complete the Clemson University requirement "Aspire." Healthy Campus also offers further information and resources to students regarding wellness, safety, being green, bystander intervention, mental health, violence prevention, alcohol and other drugs, as well as many other topics of health and safety.
TCTC Student Life
Bridge students are encouraged to get involved in the TCTC community. Students can be involved in student organizations, campus events, and campus life. The Division of Student Support and Engagement provides students with resources and services to help ensure personal and educational succes.