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Preparations underway throughout week in anticipation of Homecoming Weekend


The Clemson Alumni Association is inviting alumni back to campus this weekend for this year’s Homecoming celebration. This event is one of the most popular weekends at the University so expect heavier-than-normal traffic, especially on Highways 123 and 76 through town and 93 through campus.

Events include the traditional Homecoming parade float contest and Habitat for Humanity house build on Bowman Field. Other events, including an ice cream social sponsored by the College of Science and Homecoming Happy Hour sponsored by the Clemson LGBTQ+ Alumni Council, will be happening throughout the day Friday and Saturday. For more information and to add a Homecoming event to the list, visit the official Clemson Homecoming website.

The 65th annual Tigerama celebration will take place Friday, October 1, starting with a tailgate outside Memorial Stadium from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The second half of the night will feature a concert by country-blues artist Frankie Ballard. This year’s theme is “Home Sweet Home.”

Member of Clemson University’s Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, and the Sigma Nu and Triangle fraternities, construct their float for the annual homecoming celebration that happens on Bowman Field.