F. Carlos Hill named to 64th Class of the Clemson Alumni Distinguished Service Award 

Clemson, South Carolina -  Congratulations to our Brother F. Carlos Hill for being named to the 64th class of the Distinguished Service Award, which is given to outstanding individuals whose personal lives, professional achievements, and community service and loyalty exemplify the university's objectives.

Brother Hill joined four other Clemson Alumni who were recognized at the Award Gala on March 31st at the Madren Conference Center. 

His award video highlighted Brother Hill's 32 years of military service, his promotion to Brigadier General in 2015, and his service to the Clemson Alumni Board in 2017 & 2018. 

Also, the Roaring Ten awards were given that night, featuring ten young Alunmi for their influence in business, leadership, community, education, and philanthropic endeavors. The class included Dr. Lori Pindar, a former Miss Black and Gold Winner and a strong supporter of Pi Alpha.  

Congratulations to Brother Hill on this great achievement. We are extremely proud of your accomplishments.  

Scenes from the Clemson Alumni Asscoiation Award Gala