Are you a Clemson Letterwinner?
What is the Block C Club?
The Block C Club is composed of former student-athletes as well as coaches, equipment managers, athletic trainers, cheerleaders, mascots and special honorees of the Clemson University athletics department. If you are a previous letterwinner at Clemson, you have earned the right to be part of a select group of Clemson Tigers.
The mission of the Block C Club is to be a bridge or resource that connects former student-athletes to Clemson Athletics by providing opportunities for fellowship, by recognizing alumni for accomplishments athletically, academically and professionally, and by educating alumni about opportunities and ways to get involved with Clemson athletics.
The Block C Club vision is to preserve the bond of Tiger athletics through fellowship, recognition, service and education.
Benefits & Privileges
- Provide fellowship among all letterwinners
- Recognize and honor former student-athletes
- Provide outreach to letterwinners in an effort to connect them to Clemson
- Educate former and current student-athletes about the activities of Clemson athletics and IPTAY
Clemson student-athletes come from across the country and around the globe, but they all call the same place home. Years of dedication to their sports and hard work in the classroom built the strong foundation that supports the Tigers today. Your involvement, along with generations of others, ensures the continued tradition of excellence in athletics and academics for current and future student-athletes.
At every level, Block C members receive networking opportunities at special events and exclusive benefits that keep them involved with Clemson athletics.
Women’s Basketball, 2011-2014
Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame
The Block C Club oversees the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame, which honors former student-athletes, coaches and individuals associated with the department for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to the Clemson university athletic department.
Any former Clemson student-athlete, living or deceased, who received an athletic letter from the Clemson University Athletic Department and who excelled athletically is eligible for Hall of Fame consideration 10 years after his or her athletic eligibility has been exhausted. In addition, former coaches, managers, trainers, etc., who made significant contributions to Clemson athletics are also eligible for consideration. Active Clemson coaches are not eligible for consideration and must be retired from that position for a minimum of five years.
Any person may recommend any eligible individual for consideration as a nominee. Nominations should be accompanied by information regarding the achievements of the individual being recommended. Once placed on the list of candidates, a person remains on the list for four years unless he or she is renominated.
As many as 10 individuals may be inducted into the Hall of Fame in any year. Names of those individuals who are nominated are forwarded to the Hall of Fame Approval Committee and, once approved by the Committee, will be made public. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on the Clemson campus on a Friday evening prior to a home football game, and the newest inductees will be introduced to the Memorial Stadium crowd.