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1.) Make sure you have a special group of friends before the end of the first week, and if not, at least before the end of first semester; if you don't do that, you would feel more alone than ever when everybody you know goes out with their own special group of friends. 2.) Make sure you know many people, and I mean a lot; Clarkson University is a very small University and trust me, you don't want to be that person that keeps on getting introduced, and not the one introducing people, if you know what I mean. 3.) If you are not friendly, CHANGE! For some weird reason, everybody in Clarkson university is really friendly. Always smile and people would want to get to know you. 4.) Don't be Weird and most definitely, don't be irresponsible with your choice as to how many people you want to have sexual intercourse with. Like I said before, Clarkson is a small College, and like high School, news travels fast. 5.) Don't rush into joining clubs. Make sure you like a club and you would participate 100% in its activities. A lot of freshman students make this mistake and end up ditching most of the clubs, and really, that is not a nice thing to do.» Read More
If you are city person, this school is not for you. Don't try to test out of the science and math classes (physics and Calc). You will do best to take them here and learn the way they want you to do it here. It also gets very cold in Potsdam, but the academic buildings are all connected, so you don't have to be in the cold often.» Read More
My advice for prospective students is to make the trip and make sure you get to spend time exploring the campus. While here imagine what it'd be like to live in the dorms and be interacting with the people that you meet while visiting. And make sure you check out the classroom, lecture halls, dining halls, and club zones and see if anything catches your eye. Don't be afraid to ask questions because you might be surprised at all the options on ways to be involved at Clarkson.» Read More