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CLARKSON
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Founded:
1896
Size:
3,000 undergraduate students; 280 faculty
Academics:
School of Business; Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering; School of Arts & Sciences; Institute for a Sustainable Environment; Center for
Advanced Materials Processing; Health Professional Programs; Shipley Center for Innovation; Reh Center for Entrepreneurship; ROTC; The Clarkson School, for
talented secondary school juniors to begin university study one year early.
National awards and honors:
#1 for internships in the nation (U.S. News & World Report); top national university (U.S. News & World Report); one of the
Fifty Most Affordable Colleges with a Return on Investment list (Bloomberg Businessweek); among the top 100 best undergraduate business schools in the
nation (Bloomberg Businessweek); one of 12 schools whose graduates earn more than Harvard’s (ABC News & PayScale); Wallace H. Coulter School of
Engineering ranks as one of the nation’s best undergraduate engineering programs (U.S. News & World Report); Digital Arts & Sciences major at Clarkson
has been named the most innovative program in North America (International Digital Media and Arts Association); top 15 in the nation in entrepreneurship
programs (The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine); among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges (The Princeton Review);
top 20 in the nation in supply chain management programs (U.S. News & World Report); and ROTC service ranked #2 in the nation (Washington Monthly).
Location:
Potsdam, New York
Campus:
640 wooded acres
Most beautiful vista:
The Adirondack foothills from the Science Center sledding hill
Athletics:
Golden Knights Division I Hockey; Division III for other sports
Student awards scorecard:
Prestigious Goldwater Research Fellowships (25 in 14 years); EPA Research Fellowship (one of 15 in nation); National Science
Foundation (NSF) Award; NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts Fellowship; UNCF Merck Undergraduate Science Research Award; Acres of Diamonds
Award; George C. Marshall Leadership Award; National Scholar for the Society of Technical Communication.
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Undergraduate Admissions
Holcroft House
Box 5605
8 Clarkson Avenue
Potsdam, NY 13699 USA
315-268-6480
Transfer Admissions (Domestic & International)
Holcroft House
Box 5610
8 Clarkson Avenue
Potsdam, NY 13699
315-268-2125
315-268-7647 (fax)
800-527-6577
315-268-7647 (fax)
clarkson.edu
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