Clemson extends Clements’ contract

By Riley Morningstar
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — Clemson University has done everything in its power to ensure president Jim Clements will be with the school until his retirement.

At the quarterly meeting of the school’s board of trustees on Friday, officials unanimously agreed to extend Clements’ contract through 2026, along with pay upgrades. Clements and his wife, Beth, have seen their family grow since he joined the university as the school’s 15th president on Dec. 31, 2013.

Their son, Tyler, is heavily involved with Clemson football recruiting, and their daughter, Grace, is now a freshman at the ClemsonLIFE program for disabled young adults.

“The years since Beth and I arrived at Clemson in

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