Not only do I learn a lot of material from the textbooks and outstanding professors, but Clemson teaches you how to manage your new independent life. It also reaffirms your basic fundamentals in school and out side of the classroom. You will be book smart, and also withhold an image that is worthy of the Clemson alumni status.
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Clemson University is located in a beautiful location at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains in the upstate of South Carolina. The school is in the small college town of Clemson, SC and as such you can not only see, but feel the school pride throughout the area. The student body is made up of a great group of students that know how to have a good time, but also know how to buckle down and focus when needed.» Read More
I've been accepted to Clemson and am extremely excited to attend such a beautiful school. I chose Clemson because they have a genetics major, which is something I have wanted to do since I was in sixth grade. Genetics majors are not common, but I am very happy that Clemson has one.» Read More
Clemson is a very well rounded school, I have had nothing but good teachers in every subject, and the teachers care about the students. The classes are hard, but with the different opportunities that Clemson offers help can be found in any capacity. Clemson also offers different organizations that extend beyond the academic range.» Read More
Clemson is a great school for most any major, but there isn't much diversity here. You'll find reliable and knowledgeable professors in most every department, but you might have to search for them depending on which department. If you liked the social dynamic of high school, you'll love Greek life; if you didn't, the GDI population is broad and vibrant.» Read More