Clemson University is embarking on its first comprehensive campaign plan for athletic facilities, providing scholarships for student-athletes, upgrading Vickery Hall and funding the programs necessary to ensure that Clemson will be competitive today and long into the future.
This $185 million campaign is about building champions and the facilities and programs that will make our student-athletes and our facilities and spectator venues among the best in the nation.
The same drive that led Clemson athletics supporters to pledge “I Pay Ten A Year” in 1934 propels the supporters of Clemson Athletics today. Those early leaders stepped forward. They wanted Clemson to win, and they put their support and their funds behind that goal.
The same is true today.
If we want Clemson to be the best in every athletic effort, we must step forward as leaders.
The challenge is for all of us — fans of the games and the student-athletes who play them — to accept the challenge of the Will to Lead for Clemson Athletics.