Getting Started At MUSC
All students should attend Graduate Student Orientation and Department of Bioengineering Orientation at Clemson. International students will also be required to attend a separate orientation provided by the Office of International Services.
Getting Enrolled at MUSC
Students and fellows should contact Tommy Gallien (email@example.com; 843-876-2409) to get started at the Clemson-MUSC Bioengineering Program. This process is required to obtain a MUSC identification badge and usually takes a week or two to complete. Additionally online OSHA training and other actions will have to be performed before you can begin.
On campus parking can be arranged via the MUSC Office of parking management. Fees are $90 per semester for students and $61 per month for postdoctoral fellows for on campus parking. Off campus parking is available at $75 per semester for students and $33 per month for postdoctoral fellows. Bus service to campus is provided.
Housing should be addressed well in advance of arriving in Charleston. Please contact Mr. Gallien if you need assistance in this area.
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