The libraries’ digital collections contains digitized cultural heritage materials from Clemson Special Collections and other institutions in the Upstate of South Carolina, such as Greenville County Library, Furman University, Pendleton Historic Commission, and Presbyterian College. If your institution is interested in having a collection digitized, please visit our digital projects proposal form.
The Special Collections Library is a vibrant, interactive place to conduct research, learn about using primary sources, and view changing exhibitions. It is home to Clemson University Libraries’ rare books, archives, and manuscript collections requiring care and control that cannot be provided in open stacks. Digitized versions of Special Collections’ manuscripts and university archives can be found in our CONTENTdm repository and TigerPrints.
TigerPrints is a digital institutional repository and publishing platform that provides open access to scholarly works created by the faculty, students, and staff of Clemson University and their global collaborators. It ensures that the intellectual output of Clemson University is disseminated broadly, rapidly, and openly while making it easily discoverable around the world. TigerPrints also serves a supplemental hosting solution for many of the university archives from the Special Collections Library.