Tag: Current Students – Undergraduate

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Cracking the Code: What to Expect When Attending The Clarkson School

My name is Sarah Jane. I attended The Clarkson School (TCS) in 2020 and have since continued my studies here at Clarkson University. I have a double major in Psychology and Mathematical Economics with a minor in project management. As I’m in my last semester at Clarkson and approach graduation, I’ve been reflecting back on …

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Clarkson University Students Participate in The Moles Annual Students Day at  MassDOT Project

Clarkson University juniors majoring in Civil Engineering traveled to Westborough Massachusetts for an unforgettable experience of professional development and networking opportunities through The Moles “Annual Students Day.” As a part of Clarkson University’s Construction Engineering Management program’s commitment to hands-on learning, the program took advantage of an invitation from The Moles to have the unique …

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You Dropped Them Off in August, Now What?  – Communication Perspective from a Mom

Written by M.A. Ricci, Parent and Family Association Member, 2023 As a parent/guardian you are always your child’s first and greatest teacher.  When they are little, you are teaching them everything.  As they get older, they have other teachers and you aren’t needed as much. They’re now in college at Clarkson, and life for both …

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Summer Programs to Support Your Student’s Start at Clarkson

Written by Mary Somma, Parent and Family Association Member, 2023 Congratulations to our class of 2027!  As a family you’ve seen your student work diligently on their college prep courses while scoring well on their college admission tests.  In parallel the hunt for the “right” university was ongoing.  Your student has now been accepted at …

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Building your Network Early

Written by David Bartell, Parent and Family Association Member, 2023 Start today. Since my daughter made the decision to attend Clarkson – all I have heard about is the fantastic network that Clarkson provides. It’s true – giants in industry, thought leaders and emerging young professionals wearing Clarkson green and gold are everywhere. I work …

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What to Expect: Orientation and Convocation for First-Year Students

The Golden Knight with a thumbs up standing on cheel lawn with the student center in the background

Orientation for students who are new to the Clarkson Family is a new and exciting experience. There are a lot of opportunities to meet new people, explore a new campus and local community, and so much to learn about Clarkson as well as your area of study. Orientation for new students is designed to be …

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Clarkson University Dining Basics

Clarkson University strives to offer a variety of food to fit the needs and desires of all students. Our goal is to ignite a passion for food with an emphasis on providing innovative dining solutions that positively impact student success, health and fitness, and community engagement. Here is your guide to the Clarkson dining basics, …

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An Introduction to the Career Center

You may have seen our faces already in admissions communications or your mailbox, or maybe you already know about co-ops and Career Fairs and factored them into your decision to come to Clarkson. We do help with what you might expect when you hear “Career Center,” like resumes, cover letters, and job searching, but we …

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Dear Future Golden Knights…

Deciding where to go to college is hard enough! Whether you have already submitted your deposit or still applying, sit back, relax, and take some advice and thoughts from some current Golden Knights of Clarkson University to help you make your decision! Why did you decide to Become a Golden Knight? “Clarkson is a great …

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15 Questions I had before coming to Clarkson

After getting acceptance letters to all the colleges I applied to, I thought the hard part was over. However, it had just begun. It was a good problem to have – receiving acceptance letters from over ten colleges. But I was struggling with how to find which one was the right fit for me and …