Accepted Student Open House
Saturday March 28, 2015
Experience the energy and creativity of Clarkson at Open House!
The Open House is a campus-wide event that features current students and faculty who are eager to share their excitement about undergraduate research, extracurricular activities and student projects.
There is no limit on the number of academic departments you can visit--Clarkson encourages prospective students to talk to students and faculty in any departments that interest them. There, you will learn about Clarkson's team-based learning approach and interdisciplinary programs such Environmental Science and Policy and Engineering and Management.
The Open House also includes special sessions on admission, financial aid, and much more. You will have the chance to chat over lunch with faculty and students, and staff. In addition, learn about all the services that are available that help make our students successful.
As for the lighter side of Clarkson's campus, an activities fair is hosted by students involved with everything from the Outing Club and Ultimate Frisbee to the Pep Band and the Orchestra. Clarkson students have more than 100 clubs and organizations to choose from.
Even if you have already visited the campus, this is a great opportunity to further enhance your Clarkson experience.
Register at www.clarkson.edu/spring_oh or by calling 800-527-6577 and asking to speak with Erika.
Location: Potsdam, N.Y., (pop. 9,500), adjacent to the six-million-acre Adirondack Park
President: Anthony G. Collins
Programs of Study: 50+ in engineering, business, science, liberal arts, and health sciences
Degrees granted: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Professional Studies, MBA, Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Ph.D., DPT
Enrollment: 3,018 undergraduates and 521 graduate students from 39 states, 47 countries
Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Undergraduate Admission Profile: 34% in top 10% of high school class
Study Abroad & Co-ops: More than 45 study abroad programs in 25 countries; co-op opportunities
Athletics: Division I ice hockey (men’s and women’s); 11 Division III sports
Extracurricular: More than 100 clubs and professional societies 275 intramural teams 16 competitive design teams
Fraternities: Five national; three local
Sororities: Four national
Living Alumni: 37,227