Elite Academics • Elite Athletics

Clemson Rowing boasts the nation’s premier on-campus Rowing facility, boathouse and training room open 365 days per year directly on Lake Hartwell.

Clemson is routinely among the best in graduating student-athletes, professional development, mental health services, leadership opportunity, and has the best of the best in terms of resources.

Building a strong team chemistry and culture is a priority.

Anything can be accomplished at Clemson.

Clemson’s on-campus facility is one of the most impressive in the nation. The facility sits on campus, just a few moments from the heart of campus. Clemson has hosted 19 ACC Championship events on the shores of Lake Hartwell since adding the sport in 1998.

The 11,500-square-foot facility houses an expanded locker room, additional workout space, a team meeting room, an athlete lounge, a kitchen, and coaches’ offices.

Lake Hartwell facilitates an ideal venue for the Tigers’ fully bouyed, six-lane 2000m race course. The entire course is visible from the boathouse.

New Facilities

Elite Athlete Recovery Center

Introducing Clemson Athletic’s new Athlete Recovery Center with designated areas for sports science, sports medicine, and nutrition. The ARC is a 10,000 square foot cutting-edge facility equipped with the latest technology and staffed by expert professionals dedicated to helping you optimize your recovery and achieve your athletic and team goals. This facility is located adjacent to the Rowing Facility.



Construction is underway on a $50 million, 50,000 square-foot state-of-the-art performance and wellness center for Clemson’s student-athletes, as well as upgrades to the existing volleyball facilities and renovation to the Jervey Athletic Center. The Watt Family Performance and Wellness Center will house Sports Performance, Nutrition, and Sports Medicine’s central facility (the Rowing center also has a training room area which was expanded and renovated in 2024.

Student-Athlete Services

Nutrition & Development



Clemson University is located in South Carolina halfway between Atlanta, Ga. and Charlotte, N.C. and is home to more than 26,000 students.

Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 35°F to 90°F and is rarely below 23°F or above 97°F.

“A Carnegie R1 public research institution, Clemson University is where purpose-driven students, faculty and staff collaborate on projects that impact our state, country and world. Across more than 80 undergraduate majors and 130 graduate degree programs, artists, scientists, authors and engineers begin the work that will define their careers and our culture. Discover the many paths ready for pursuit at Clemson.”

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