Diversity Advocate to Receive Honorary Degree
GE Chief Diversity Officer & GE Foundation President Deborah Elam is among those who will be awarded honorary degrees at Commencement 2016.
Two More Goldwater Scholars
Two more honors students have been awarded Goldwater Scholarships and another received an honorable mention.
Diversity & Inclusion
Speakers at events like Commencement 2016 cultivate diversity and inclusion at Clarkson and help make us an engaged community.
Year in Review
2015 was a great year for Clarkson University.
Summer at Clarkson
Learn more about our unique mix of academic and sports camps available for elementary, middle and high school students this summer.
Clarkson in the Capital
With its new Capital Region Campus, Clarkson is now offering graduate programs in business, education, engineering, health and sciences.
Clarkson's Innovation and Entrepreneurship major gave Courtney Black the chance to start her own jeans company. She seized the opportunity.
Enrichment for Everyone
Clarkson Occupational Therapy students play with three-year-old kids to enrich early childhood development. It's all fun and games, but everyone in the room is learning.
Your Eyes Say, "No"
Iris recognition software can protect your smart phone and your privacy.
Give Your Salary A Boost
Getting a degree from Clarkson will increase your income.
The best reason to come here: the rest of your life
Clarkson Alumni Have Some of the Highest Salaries in Nation
Clarkson grads have some of the highest salaries in the nation, according to the PayScale College Salary Report.
U.S. News: Clarkson Featured in Best Graduate Schools
Where do Clarkson students get hired?
Whether it’s an internship, co-op, research experience or full-time job, CU students are in high demand.
The Model for Entrepreneurship Education
USASBE names Clarkson the National Model Undergraduate Program in Entrepreneurship
Our new 56,000 square-foot, eco-friendly Student Center.