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Discover Clarkson: Summer Visit Day Program
Monday, June 26, 2017

Experience the energy and creativity of Clarkson at our Summer Visit Day Program!

The Visit Day Program is not as in-depth as a personalized visit or our Open House events; however, it is a great starting point as you begin your college selection.

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 as Liberal Arts and Business, Environmental Science and Policy, and Engineering and Management.

The program includes sessions such as a student life panel, admission and financial aid overview, tours, 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. The program is structured with the needs of high school juniors and seniors and their families in mind.

Even if you have already visited the campus, this is a great opportunity to further enhance your Clarkson experience.

Register online or by calling Keith at 1-800-527-6577.

FAST FACTS

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: 4,300 undergraduates and graduate students from 46 states, 52 countries

Faculty: 896

Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1

Undergraduate Admission Profile: 40% 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: Eight national; three local

Sororities: Four national

Living Alumni: 40,000+