Upon further research, Clemson University one of South Carolina’s largest state universities is also delinquent in paying its federal debt. Sinc becoming Governor Clemson University and the University of South Carolina have given Governor Nikki Haley six figures in football freebies. However unlike Clemson University; it doesn’t appear any information showing the University of South Carolina delinquent in paying any past federal debts.
How much of a debt is delinquent, remains a question, but I can imagine some of those freebies given to the Governor could have been used to pay off that federal debt?
Prior to this blog I also located information concerning the South Carolina Department of Education and Aiken Technical College being delinquent in paying its federal debt.
The how and why these three state agencies are delinquent should raise questions, that must be answered.
Clemson University – Student Financial Services – Clemson SC
Student Financial Services
Sikes Hall Rm G 12 Clemson, SC 29634 USA
$35M annual revenue / 3,500 employee(s)
- Gerald Sonnenfeld (Government Business – Alternate) P: 8646562424
- Karen Lantgios (E-Business) P: 8646568700
- Karen Robbins (E-Business – Alternate) P: 8646562003
U.S. Government Entity
- U.S. State Government
- 1862 Land Grant College
- Educational Institution
- State Controlled Institution of Higher Learning