Community Achievement and Student Empowerment (CASE) at Clemson

From the Clemson Newsstand: Shortly after Chris Miller was appointed interim vice president for Clemson University Student Affairs, one of his first tasks was to reinvigorate the division’s approach to inclusive excellence. To create an organizational structure capable of providing optimal support for student success and achievement, Miller knew advocacy for underrepresented and underserved communities had to be a central tenet of the division.

He unveiled for the first time a new conceptual structure for Student Affairs during a Board of Trustees meeting in February 2020. In the months that have followed, what emerged is a department now known as Community Achievement and Student Empowerment (CASE).

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