College Sophomore 2013-07-16T23:33:17Z
I'm not entirely sure of this, given that I have a full schedule and therefore don't often go out around the town at night.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T23:32:04Z
So far I am definitely enjoying my major. I haven't quite begun the specific courses, but instead have been taking the General Engineering courses. I feel that the curriculum is very well planned out, and there are a great deal of opportunities such as internships and co-ops. There are also workshops to help with interviews and resumes, as well as the Michelin Career Center to help with finding jobs.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T23:25:01Z
Great programs are available for a variety of majors. Professors are generally very helpful and knowledgeable. The TA's are probably some of the greatest assets, and the tutors as well. There is an Academic Success Center and a variety of ways to help improve your progress.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T23:22:07Z
Pretty good variety, ok pricing. There are some really good restaurants here and there.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T03:29:28Z
Clemson has a great little down town area if you just want to get of the dorm and have dinner or go to the bar. There are also a couple shops there as well. besides that, you have to go a little farther out of clemson to get any real attractions or shopping like Anderson, Greenville, or Atlanta.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T03:25:02Z
there is a large variety of ethnic groups and religions
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T02:27:07Z
There is at least one printer in every building as well as the huge plotter printers in the library. Honors college gets free printing as well in their building. Computers are available in many places but you might not always get one. It's best to have your own.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T02:18:26Z
I am not a part of the Greek life at Clemson. Some of my friends are and I've been to a few parties, but I honestly don't know a whole lot about it.
College Sophomore 2013-07-16T02:15:11Z
There are a lot of on campus housing options. Some of the freshman buildings aren't that great (Johnstone for example is the worse). But normally most people don't complain too much after living in their building. Some are much nicer than others (Stadium Suits a sophomore building). Living and learning centers are also a great choice. I personally live in the Honors College housing and loved it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-15T23:28:43Z
They have great players i suggest anybody to try out.
College Senior 2013-07-15T05:35:58Z
The only real way to get a scholarship is by having excellent grades. But we all know how you can have an off semester or a tough class. This could potentially ruin your chance for any scholarship. The best way to get information it by in-person conferences with your advisor and the financial aid office.
College Senior 2013-07-15T05:25:25Z
There is a large variety of anything you could want at great prices.
College Senior 2013-07-15T05:22:50Z
Don't let the size of Clemson, SC fool you. Downtown is amazing, for drinks, food, and shopping. There are also endless trails and waterfalls just a short drive from campus. Free CATBus service can also take you to the larger surrounding areas like Seneca and Anderson.
College Freshman 2013-07-11T00:39:17Z
Awesome Greek life and several other clubs to join for socializing.
College Freshman 2013-07-11T00:34:39Z
Weather is very hot and humid but the air conditioning helps alot
College Freshman 2013-07-11T00:33:40Z
Student centers are great for socializing and studying
College Freshman 2013-07-11T00:33:01Z
Registration was simple, the curriculum has many choices
College Sophomore 2013-07-08T17:49:28Z
Varsity sports at Clemson are huge. The tickets to games are free and the games are fun! The students combine with locals and alumni to create an un-describable watching/cheering environment in the different sports arenas. Watching different sports games at Clemson is one of my favorite aspects of the school!
College Junior 2013-06-30T13:13:53Z
I want to graduate and get a masters degree in my field of choice.
College Junior 2013-06-30T13:12:54Z
yes I plan to look for an internship that will aid me in the process of becoming a well trained industrial engineer.
College Sophomore 2013-06-28T19:40:13Z
I have not lived in off-campus housing yet. But for what I know and researched, the cost is efficient, its convienent, its safe, has great parking, its cheaper than on-campus as well as the school offers many off-campus living environments.
College Sophomore 2013-06-28T19:35:24Z
I came to Clemson University because it has one of the best Engineering programs, the campus is great, and the professors are amazing and you can tell that they really have passion for their field. Most general classes are large, they have many different study sessions SI, tutoring, exam review sessions, office hours, extra assignments for help. People study in the library, the academic success center, and the student union. Our library is open 24 hours and the academic success center is open to 12am
College Sophomore 2013-06-28T19:33:11Z
The weather at Clemson is ideal. We have a saying that states "When it rains, it rains". At Clemson, when it rains, it rains extremely hard and for long durations. Our campus is beautiful and the weather generally doesnt affect anything. We keep on moving as if nothing ever happened. Classes will get canceled for extreme severe weather when safety may be an issue. Normally everyone stays outside and is never in doors. Campus housing is located strategically near classes. Most majors are put into living and learning communities with people of similar majors near their class buildings.
College Sophomore 2013-06-28T19:29:56Z
I'm in the College of Engineering and Sciences, and the institution places an extremely hard curriculum in these fields. They want to make sure that students exceed not just in the classroom but in the work force as well. They offer many internship opportunities, co-op opportunities, and plenty of creative inquiries to help develop relationships between students and instructors as well as influence students to become more involved in their field. Our program at Clemson University is specifically designed for a student to be able to use everything that is learned and apply it in real world situations. Assignments are usually theory in class, and real world situations for out of class work. The workload is a little heavy but with time management, anyone can do it. They also offer help (Student-Instructor led sessions, tutoring sessions, professor help study hours, as well as professor office hours)
College Sophomore 2013-06-28T19:22:08Z
Clemson reduces the need for cars on campus. Parking permits are 134.00 per year for resident spots who live on campus and 34 dollars per school year for commuters. Commuter parking fills up extremely fast but there are great parking varieties. For people who use mopeds, or motorcycles, there are many areas located along campus buildings where you can park, and on weekends, most parking spaces are available that are closer to your dorm.
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