The school's athletic department released a summary of the infractions Wednesday.
None of the violations were considered major and all issues about the penalties have been resolved, according to the school. In all, Clemson self-reported 14 violations in the year ending on June 30.
Names of athletes, coaches or staffers involved in the infractions were not in the summary provided to The Associated Press by Clemson. The month and day when the violation occurred was blacked out in the report.
Perhaps the strangest violation came when staffers wrongly used confetti as part of a photo shoot that took place on a student-athlete's official visit, the school said.
Clemson began fall camp last week and opens the season at home against Georgia Tech on Aug. 29.
Two of the remaining violations occurred in the men's basketball program, one for a player using his name to promote a company's sale of apparel via social media, according to the summary. The other was for the basketball staff providing images and likenesses of two players to an event company who used the images in a "commercial promotion," the school said.
The final four secondary violations were reported by volleyball, men's soccer and men's and women's tennis.
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