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I think students need to maximize their learning. They need to take advantage of their learning, but they also need to gain valuable experience, such as work, learning how to work with teams, etc., while in college.
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Clemson is a good school, no doubt aboutQuite BrightComputer Science
Clemson is a good school, no doubt about it. The campus is pretty and most of the students are friendly. However, there are the occasional snooty students that think their so brilliant/better than everyone. There are also kids that nobody knows how in the world they got accepted. Transfer students for the most part are a joke. Some transfer for financial purposes, but a lot are unintelligent and end up at Clemson somehow. If you're the outdoorsy type, you'll like Clemson. There is a lake on campus, the mountains are 45 minutes away, and beaches are 4-5 hours away. There really isn't anything to do in Clemson. The closest small city is 30 minutes away, and Charlotte and Atlanta are 2 hours away. Overall, the academics are good, the athletics are also good. Clemson football has recently become very good. Except USC has become better. Clemson will always be the best school in the state of South Carolina. I would recommend it for the most part.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Surrounding City: D
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I love clemson to death.Quite BrightEngineering Department
I love clemson to death. I am an instate student who always knew what college i was going to be attending. I would honestly never want to be at any other college. There is some major draw backs to clemson though. This college is we over priced. Both with materials for class(books, eclickers, etc) and housing on campus. I mean why do i want to pay 7,000 dollers for a 2 person apartment thats been there for 30 years. They will nickle and dime you every step of the way. IF you can get past the huge price tag on the this school, everything else is great. The capus is very diverse. With that in mind, i get tired of non american TA's that i have to strain to understand or that can not understand me.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: C-
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