Clemson, SC (Spring Only)


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The Seminars will take place at Clemson University

We recommend driving to Clemson or flying into Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) which is about 45-minutes away. 

We will do our best to pick everyone up (including making a run later in the evening to pick up the inevitable stragglers), but we are not guaranteeing transport from the airport to Clemson. Taxi service is available for about a $60 - $100 per trip, as well as other shuttle services to and from the airport. If you have any questions about travel to and from the airport, please contact Eric Allison, eallis2@clemson.edu. 

Amtrak also offers rail service to the nearby city of Clemson—but the timetable is not very convenient.

Please choose a flight that arrives before 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 22 and do not plan to leave the seminar earlier than 1:00 p.m (which means a flight that departs no earlier than 3pm). on Sunday, May 25.

You will be staying in traditional dorm rooms with a roommate of your same gender and will share a bathroom with the room adjacent to you, also of your same gender.  Linen (bedsheets, pillowcases and towels) will be provided with your room, but you should bring a light blanket if you are susceptible to cold.

Information about the rooms can be found at: http://housing.clemson.edu/livin-options/suites/stadium-suites/

SEMINARS

Applications for FEE's 2015 seminars will be available in the winter. Please check back here then for upcoming programs!

Summer Seminars Testimonials

"At FEE, I was first exposed to ideas that would inspire the rest of my time in university, and eventually my career." - Zachary Caceres

"[I really enjoyed this] opportunity to learn about not only what is happening in America, but throughout the world. FEE's goal is to 'inspire, educate, and connect' and I'm proud to say it has achieved all that and more with me." - Jeanette H.

"This seminar has provided me with the knowledge necessary to educate my peers and support an educated, non-biased argument for free market economics." - Santana W.

Read what other students had to say about our summer seminars.

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