During this time, Tri-County Technical College and Clemson University officials are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are actively engaged in daily planning in an effort to inform and reduce the risk to faculty, staff, students and visitors from the virus. We appreciate your flexibility and patience as we continue planning for a safe and successful start of the fall term.
Any updates will be posted on each institution’s website:
As a Bridge to Clemson student, you are unique in that you have access to the resources and support of two institutions: Tri-County and Clemson. While this provides incredible opportunities, being a member of two communities can also be confusing at times.
To aid you in understanding the variety of communications released by both institutions and their applicability to you as a Bridge to Clemson student, please note:
Please continue checking your official Tri-County and Clemson e-mail accounts daily. You will receive important messages via your official e-mail account with each institution (@tctc.edu or @g.clemson.edu).
Currently enrolled students, if you do not feel well or believe/know you have been exposed to COVID-19, please review the following questions before reporting to campus. If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, do not come to campus. Instead, stay home and complete the COVID-19 Students Issues and Help Form for Tri-County. Additionally, be sure to upload any positive COVID-19 test result to the Clemson University Upload Tool if the test was conducted by an off-campus provider.
Please note: Tri-County’s COVID Response Team and Clemson’s Redfern Health Center will provide guidance on COVID-19 related reports for each individual campus. This means that you will receive communication from both institutions. Additionally, Clemson Home will respond regarding housing and dining accommodations, as necessary.