Scroll of Honor Memorial
This website contains a history of the Scroll of Honor and provides a profile for each honoree.
The Clemson Corps maintains the Scroll of Honor to honor those Clemson alumni who made the ultimate sacrifice- those who gave their lives in service to their country. To date, 482 alumni have been identified who were killed from WWI through the current wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Scroll of Honor Memorial is across from Memorial Stadium. Memorial Park is an extension of the Scroll of Honor site. The park pays tribute to the service of thousands of Clemson alumni and friends who have served the state and nation in fields ranging from agriculture to the military. The Clemson Corps invites you to join us by considering a donation to complete this park. To make an online donation to the Scroll of Honor Memorial and Memorial Park, visit our secure giving form. For more information about the park and recognition options contact Amy Csernak Craft at (864) 656-1240.
Clemson Corps has also established a web page for each Clemson alumnus that gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The site contains pictures and background information such as, hometown, activities at Clemson, war history, personal remembrances, etc. Individual web pages can be accessed from “Access by War and Class” or “Access Aalphabetically”
We encourage you to write a remembrance or make a comment, provide personal information or attach photos of any members of the Scroll of Honor in one of three ways:
1) Complete the Online Profile Form
2) Email narrative and attachments to: ScrollofHonor@alumni.clemson.edu
3) Mail to: Scroll of Honor Memorial
404 Shorecrest Drive, Clemson, SC 29631
**Individual web pages may contain data obtained from documented and undocumented sources. Click here to view research resources.
*We cannot be responsible for the return of pictures and other documents.
Scroll of Honor Story & Video
Stories & Highlights
Dedication Ceremony Video
Order replicas of the Tiger Perpetual Honor Guard
Memorial Park Video
Memorial Park Naming Opportunities
Profile of Honorees:
Access by War & Class