Lightsey Bridge II

Lightsey Bridge II is a Bridge to Clemson community in a beautiful natural location across from the SC Botanical Gardens. These four-bedroom apartments house 4 people each with spacious living rooms and kitchens. The Lightsey Bridge Commons Building features laundry and vending along with Bridge to Clemson and community staff offices. Intramural fields and sand volleyball courts are on the corner of the property.

  • Number of residential rooms
    350 Spaces
  • Room rate
    $$$
  • Resident type
    Bridge
  • Coed
Lightsey Bridge Exterior

Lightsey Bridge

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John Reynolds

Assistant Director of Residential Living and the Bridge to Clemson Program

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Brooke White

Graduate Community Director of Lightsey Bridge

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Ali McGrath

Graduate Community Director of Lightsey Bridge

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Resources

If I’m unhappy with my selected room or roommate, can I get it changed before school opens? How?

It is our goal to make everyone happy with their room and roommate assignment. Even after assignments are made, we will continue to work to accommodate your preferences. If you want us to change something about your assignment, please complete a Housing Change Request  While we can't guarantee the change you want, we promise we will try our best to honor your request.

Where can I find information about living off campus?

www.clemsonoffcampus.com

Do I have to live on campus?

All unmarried, first-year and Bridge students who are under the age of 21 at the time of enrollment who do not live with parent(s) or legal guardian(s) [within Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties] are required to live in University-owned housing for the fall and spring semesters.

Incoming first-year students who desire a residency waiver, and meet all of the specified requirements, must complete the appeals form.

Transfer students are not considered first-year students and are not required to live on campus. Transfer students are not guaranteed housing and will be assigned on available space.

How Can I Loft My Bed?

Students are responsible for lofting their own beds. However, lofting the provided ADA compliant modular beds is a simple process requiring two people. Just follow the steps below.

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  1. Remove the mattress
  2. Lift all four corners of the spring frame out of the headboard and footboard
  3. Raise the frame to the desired height (11 different options)
  4. Hook the frame on the brackets on each leg
  5. Make sure it's secure
  6. Replace the mattress
  7. Enjoy the extra space!

What is a Modular Bed Frame?

The bed frames provided are modular, which will allow you to raise or lower your bed to various heights without a loft kit. Raising the height of your bed creates more floor space, which allow more room for things like futons and TV's.

Can I Use Other Lofts/Risers?

Raised platform floors, bed risers, personally constructed lofts, or other physical space alterations are not allowed in any University-owned housing.

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