The Tiger Letterwinners Association of Clemson University rules governing nomination and election to the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame.
These Rules set forth the categories of individuals who may be considered for induction into the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame (“Hall of Fame”), the qualifications required of such individuals for nomination and election to the Hall of Fame, and the procedure by which individuals shall be recommended, nominated and elected to the Hall of Fame. This document also describes the organizational structure of the Tiger Letterwinners Association process for such election.
II. Standing Committees
III. Inductee Eligibility
A Special Inductee should have represented the University well while a coach. His/her athletes should have represented the University well and their conduct while at Clemson as well as the years that follow should meet the highest standards.
No active coach or administrator at Clemson University may be inducted into the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame until their athletic career is finished.
IV. Nomination and Election Procedures
Individuals nominated by the Tiger Letterwinners Board of Directors and approved by the Approval Committee shall be inducted into the Hall of Fame at an appropriate ceremony. A plaque recognizing Inductees will be permanently displayed in an area designated by the Director of Athletics of Clemson University.
VI. Modification of Rules
Amendments and modifications to the rules may be made by a vote of approval of at least two-thirds (2/3rds) of the members of the Board of Directors present. Graduation from Clemson is not a requirement for the Clemson Hall of Fame.
April 20, 2019