Travel Info for College Seminars

 

Clemson, South Carolina

Clemson is a college town in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It best known as the home of Clemson University. Founded in 1889 Clemson University is now the home of approximately 17,000 students, the Clemson Tigers football team, and the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism. Clemson sits on part of Lake Hartwell, a man-made reservoir on the border of Georgia and South Carolina.

We recommend flying into Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP). You will be responsible for your transportation from the airport to the campus (about a 45-minute drive), however, we have found a shuttle service which will help you group your trips to help reduce the per person cost. If you are flying to GSP and would like to take this shuttle service, please fill out this form no later Midnight on Sunday July 21, 2013. Once I know everyone that is planning to take the shuttle they will give you your pickup time and also let you know how much you will need to pay for the trips. 

Housing and Check in:

You will stay at Clemson Univeristy in the Bradley (men) and Donaldson (women) dorms with roommates of your same gender. Seminar check in will be from 12pm to 2:30pm in Norris Hall, which is the housing desk for "The Quad" (Map Here) If you arrive early, you can check into your rooms starting at 9am. 

Linens are provided and includese wash cloths, towels, bed sheets, a pillow, and a blanket (toiletries like soap, toothpaste, etc. will not be provided).

If you are driving, overnight permits will be available at check in if you requesed one in advance. Daily permits can be purchased at Celmson Univerisity and don't need to be purchased in advance. 

You should plan to arrive at Clemson University no later than 2pm on August 5th. You will check out of your room no later than 11:30am on August 8th.

Meals:

Meals will be served in the Harcombe student dining facilities (Map Here).

Lecture Location:

Lectures will be in 100 Brackett Hall (Map Here).  


If you need help with travel expenses, check out Students For Liberty's new program, Give the Gift of Liberty

Spring Seminars

FEE has joined forces with the Moving Picture Institute (MPI) and Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism to put together two exciting, new Spring Seminars!
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