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Everything Awesome about Clemson University

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Clemson Rules!
Welcome to Clemson University!
Our school map
Where is Clemson?
Located in Clemson, South Carolina. Yes, Clemson is so awesome that we changed our town name from Calhoun to Clemson in 1943!
Our school is about 17,000 acres big which holds our football field, baseball diamond, track, and tennis court, all in the same area!
We have the money, you have the grades
Financial aid, anyone?
We here at Clemson offer a variety of financial aids and scholarships for athletics and academics
Most of our students take financial aid or are on scholarships are in academic majors. Freshman applicants who submit completed applications by December 1 transcripts and test scores before December 31 get primary consideration for possible academic scholarships. You are reviewed on class standing, grade point ratio, curriculum, and SAT / ACT scores. Scholarship amounts range from $5000 to $15000 annually for out-of-state applicants
If you want to go to Clemson as a nonresident of North Carolina, here's what you will need to pay
Tuition and fees* — $30,826
Room and board — $8,142 (approximate)
Books and supplies — $1,112 (approximate)
Total — $40,070
If you want to go to Clemson as a resident of North Carolina, here's what you will need to pay
Tuition and fees* — $13,382
Room and board — $8,142 (approximate)
Books and supplies — $1,112 (approximate)
Total — $22,646
Our amazing students!
Why is Clemson so awesome?
We are a public university who accepts boys and girls (yes, we are coed!), with no religious affiliation, located in Clemson, South Carolina
We have 21,303 students (16,931 undergraduates and 4,372 graduates) with 4,727 teachers in a 17,000 acre university
Everything Awesome about Clemson University
By Daniel Nunez, Tim Schneider, and Michael Ridyard
Clemson offers a wide variety of majors to take such as science (medical, criminal, etc.), engineering (robotics, programming) and service majors (accounting, micromanagement)
We offer double majors, honors programs, international study, and internships for our academics
To apply for Clemson, you must have 4 credits of English, 3 credits for math, laboratory science, a foreign language, and social studies, 2 credits for other classes of your choice, and 1 credit for physical education and fine arts during you four years of high school
Clemson Academics
Sammy Watkins, one of our best football players
There is plenty of activities to do outside of Clemson. We border the 900 mile shoreline of Hartwell Lake with dozens of activities like swimming, kayaking, hiking, and camping.
Fluor Park, the little brother of the Boston Red Sox stadium, is also a few miles away from Clemson
We have a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 athletics program
We have Sammy Watkins, so we win
Outside of Clemson
Just ask the questions, we'll give you the answers!
Here at Clemson, we prepare you when you go out into the real world to find a job. We offer the following:
Career advising- we help you decide what career you will want to pursue
Resume critiques- how to create a good resume for interviews
Mock interviews- we teach you what to say, how to act, and what you should do during interviews
Internships- we offer internships that will help you acquire the skills needed for a job
Job postings- which company is hiring who for what positions
Career Services
Welcome to Clemson University, home of the Clemson Tigers! Today we're going to talk about how awesome Clemson is, and how Clemson University is far better than any other university
Meal Plans at Clemson
Social life
Admission Essay Prompts
Living at Clemson
Our Greek club, Zeta Tau Alpha!
Clemson has a wide variety of clubs, activities, and events to keep our students from getting bored.
We offer 42 Greek sororities, fraternities, and NPHC organizations; we offer sports clubs, acting clubs, student government clubs, and even religious clubs.
Since we also care about our sports program, we also have a baseball, basketball, golf, paintball, football (Go Tigers!), lacrosse, and track team
We also do volunteer work with Helping Hands of Clemson, our own organization against the abuse and neglect of children
A nice place to live, and great education? Sign me up!
We understand most of our students can't live at home, so that's why we offer affordable housing for our students. We offer 2-person apartments for $420+ a month, housing for people in fraternities and on the football quad at $2,785, and suites for $2,670. Some of our students live in their own homes, but it's not a requirement to live on campus. Compared to a school like UCF, where living in a 2-person apartment on campus can cost $1,120 a month. We offer better apartments, more living space, and better prices for our students
• Clemson has over 11 possible places for students to eat at including our Clemson House Dining Hall, Bracket Hall, University Union and Canteen
• We include restaurants such as Subway, Starbucks, Einstein Bros Bagels, Chick-fil-A, etc.
• Clemson students can use Paw Points, which are a purchased value used at all on-campus dining and retail locations where accepted. 1 Paw Point = $1.00. This is stored on students’ TigerOne Cards, a type of debt card for students

Don't fret, we have Chick-fil-A!
In order to be applicable for any college, high-school students must answer an SAT style essay prompt. Here are some examples:
Some students have a background or story that is so central to their identity that they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, then please share your story.
Describe a place or environment where you are perfectly content. What do you do or experience there, and why is it meaningful to you?
Recount an incident or time when you experienced failure. How did it affect you, and what lessons did you learn?
Did we mention that we have an awesome library?
Careers and Majors
Not all majors are the same, so therefore not every major have the same requirements, career opportunities, and salary rates
Let's take something useful, such as engineering. If you want to get a degree in industrial engineering, you are required to have taken AP calculus, AP chemistry, AP physics, economics, and computer science. Available careers are things such as chemical engineering, sales engineers, industrial production managers, and industrial designers. Salaries start at $81,000. Success rate is unknown.
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