S: Howard University & Clemson University
1: "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." ~Richard Brinsley Sheridan | About Howard University Main Address 2400 Sixth Street NW Washington, DC 20059 Founded in 1867 Urban setting Very large city (over 500,000) Residential campus Mascot-Bison Student:Teacher ratio- 8:1 Campus Tours- Online or in person Tours offered for Groups Monday-Friday 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm
2: Pre-Requisites Required units: 16 total Electives4 English4 Foreign Language2 Math2 Science2 Social Studies2 Recommended units: 21 total Math3 Note: Academic electives must count toward graduation. Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT If submitting ACT, the writing section is required Recommended: SAT Subject Tests
3: Money In-state tuition and fees:$20,171 Out-of-state tuition and fees:$20,171$ Room and board:$11,601,$2,024,$15,341 (based on Campus Info) Scholarships- F.D. Scholars Program; Freshman Scholarships.
4: "Friends are born, not made." ~Henry B. Adams | Student Body 1st-year students: 2% In-state students 98% Out-of-state students 2% Black or African American 1% Hispanic/Latino 95% Race/ethnicity unknown 3% Non-Resident Alien Percent applicants admitted: 54%
5: Most Popular Majors: Health Professions: 22% Business/Marketing: 18% Communications/Journalism: 16% Biology: 7% Psychology: 6% Social Sciences: 6% Visual and Performing Arts: 5%
6: Reflections Howard University is still a College I'm highly interested in. One thing i Found out about Howard University was that even though it's a historical Black College University (HBCU) it has less African Americans that attend or even enroll. I think that it's great that it' s proximity to the Nation's capitol brings the sense of liberty and Sensibility to the campus lifestyle. I still would like to attend Howard University because i still believe it's the best college that suits me. i would like to attend because of their medical & journalism majors.
7: Extracurricular Activities | Football | Basketball | Track & Field
8: About Clemson University 105 Sikes Hall Clemson, SC 29634-5124 Rural setting Large town (10,000 - 49,999) Residential campus Monday through Saturday 9:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Sunday 1:45 p.m. (during fall and spring semesters) Mascot-Tiger Student :Teacher ratio- 25-1
9: Percent applicants admitted: 64% 65% In-state students 35% Out-of-state students <1% American Indian or Alaska Native 2% Asian 7% Black or African American 2% Hispanic/Latino 87% White 2% Race/ethnicity unknown <1% Non-Resident Alien Degree-seeking undergrads: 12,140 Graduate enrollment: 3,765
10: Pre-Requisites SAT Critical Reading:550 - 650 72% SAT Math:600 - 700 72% SAT Writing: - - ACT Composite:25 -31 28% Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT If submitting ACT, the writing section is required Considered if Submitted: SAT Subject Tests
11: Money In-state tuition and fees:$12,304 Out-of-state tuition and fees:$28,462 Room and board:$7,570, $6,556 (Based on Campus Info) Scholarships- Clemson Scholars, Palmetto Pact Scholarship
12: Extracurricular Activities FootBall Basketball, Track & Field | Majors Physical Sciences: 30% Business/Marketing: 16% Engineering: 10% Health Professions: 6% Social Sciences: 6%
13: Reflections Clemson University is still a college i would consider going to. I didn't know that Clemson University had their own city in South Carolina. The size and population of the school is interesting because it only describes how much diversity the university must withhold. I don't believe I'd actually go to Clemson but hopefully by my senior year my mind would have changed.