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Established in 1889, Clemson University is a public research institution with 8 colleges and schools spread over several campuses, with its main campus located in Clemson, South Carolina.
In 2021, with 27,000 students enrolled in more than 230 programs, Clemson awarded 2,163 bachelor’s and 1,786 master’s and doctoral degrees.
Clemson acceptance rate in 2022 is 43%, while the athletics graduation success rate stood at 95% success rate as of 2021.
Clemson University is home to the Tigers football team, which plays its home games at the Memorial Stadium, famously known by the nickname “Death Valley” in Clemson, South Carolina.