Explore the moral, political, and
economic foundations of a free society
Lyceum Fellows Program:
For Current Clemson Students
The Fellows program is the non-scholarship track of the Lyceum Program and is open to current Clemson students. It takes a Great Books approach to studying the moral, political and economic foundations of a free society. Students in the program learn ideas that are fundamental, timeless and life-changing.
At the end of their course of study, Lyceum Fellows graduate with the skills necessary to be serious thinkers, articulate speakers and eloquent writers, thus preparing them to move into careers in law, academia, policy making and the business world.
The program is open to students of any major, but students who complete this course of study fulfill the requirements for a minor in Political Science ("Political and Legal Theory").
In exchange for their program participation, Lyceum Fellows receive special invitations to events hosted by the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism. This includes public lectures, private talks and informal dinners. Upon graduation, Lyceum Fellows receive a certificate of program completion.
To join the Lyceum Fellows Program, please complete the form at the bottom of this page and then schedule a meeting with a Lyceum faculty member by emailing Lyceum@clemson.edu