Impressions Of
Clemson University

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Clemson University

To Attend

  • “The football team is so much fun.”
  • “There’s a lot of school spirit. As cheesy as this sounds, if you go to Clemson and see someone in public wearing a Clemson sweatshirt, you’ll go up and say hi and tell them you went to Clemson and instantly have a bond.”
  • “There’s a lot to get involved in at Clemson. If you want to do Greek life, clubs, or student government it’s easy to get involved with and there are a lot of options.”
  • “The culture here. There is a caring culture where we look out for each other.”

To Not Attend

  • “If you’re not into football, it’s going to be put in your face either way. For me, that’s a negative, but for a lot of other people that’s a big plus.”
  • “It’s a small town, so if you want to be near a big city Clemson’s not a great place for you.”
  • “Parking is terrible. You’re paying $178 a year for a pass and you don’t even know if you will find a space on campus.”
  • “If you want all your classes to be small. Some of the classes will get to over 100 people and you don’t know the professor. As you get to higher-level classes, you get smaller classes. All freshman year you’re going to be in a general education situation where you don’t know the professor because the classes are too big.”
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February 1, 2023

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