Tag: Prospective Undergraduate Students

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8 Things To Do While Waiting for College Admissions Decisions

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If you’re looking to attend college next fall, then chances are you’ve done your part by applying to colleges. The question you might be asking yourself is, so now what? How do you spend your time while you wait for decisions to roll in? We’ve got some ideas for you! 1. Stay Positive & Confident …

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An Environmental Engineer Abroad

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Going abroad for a semester is a huge part of Clarkson’s international culture. Many students choose to study in another country and experience a different lifestyle. While Business majors and Engineering & Management majors are required to have an international experience, studying abroad is available to all students. Mackenzie Peters, a Senior Environmental Engineering Major …

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Personalized Visit vs. Accepted Students Day — Which One Should You Choose?

So you’re considering Clarkson. Great! If you’ve never been to campus, the question should not be, “Should I go to campus and check it out?” because the answer is always yes! (if you can). Instead, the question is, “How should I visit campus?” and further, “Should I go for Accepted Students Day and a more …

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My Research Trip to Germany

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Gracie DeLaBruere is a senior psychology major at Clarkson University with a concentration in health psychology, and is on a pre-physical therapy track. She is also part of the Honors Program. This past summer, she traveled to Germany with several other students and her professor to continue their research work in partnership with the Max …

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Why Clarkson’s Computer Science Program was Right for Me

Hi! My name is Peter-John King. I recently graduated from Clarkson after double majoring in computer science and data science. I was also in the Honors Program. I was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. Why Computer Science I had initially chosen to pursue computer science because I loved coding in high school. The main …

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Why Biomolecular Science?

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We recently sat down with DeVaun Baker, a sophomore Biomolecular Science major, to talk about the program and what to expect! How and why did you choose Biomolecular Science here at Clarkson? I really enjoy science, and want to go off to medical school to become a psychiatrist. While I really enjoy learning about psychology, …

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Why Choose Psychology at Clarkson University

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Hello everyone! My name is Robert Viera ’23 and I’m from Ware, Massachusetts. I’m an undergraduate psychology major here at Clarkson University. If you are a prospective student considering Clarkson or a current Clarkson student thinking about changing your major, I hope this blog can be of use to you! Today I’ll be sharing with …

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Five Reasons I Love Clarkson University’s Math Department

Hello! My name is Kyle Monette ’22, and I recently graduated from Clarkson with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Being in a pretty small department, I wanted to share with you some reasons why I love the math department here and why I chose to study math in the first place. So let’s dive right …

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North Country Outdoor Adventures

Hello and welcome all incoming first-year students, transfers and any passing traveler to the North Country. One of our largest and oldest clubs on Clarkson University’s’ campus is the Clarkson University Outing Club (CUOC). We wish to share some of the favorite outdoor adventure spots for both beginners and the more experienced adventurer. Members of …