Clemson Landmarks/Prominent Buildings
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're now coming down Fort Hill Street, which is the street that leads right down to Clemson. Take a left here if we can get a little closer of the stadium way. Our Memorial Stadium, otherwise known as Death Valley, home of the nineteen eighty one, two thousand sixteen and the recently this year's national champions, Alabama, couldn't hang. This year, you got the best of one of those times where I got lucky and the gate was open, so I was able to walk in. Clemson's got the spring game coming up this Saturday Stadium is going to get pretty lips. So now we're going right past Littlejohn Coliseum, which is where Clemson has all the basketball games and other events like graduation. I'll be walking across the stage in their next fall, so this is the reflection pot in front of Cooper Library. There are one million nine hundred and sixty gallons of water in this pond, and fine actually helps cool air conditioning system for several buildings near directly across from the reflection pond. We have the amphitheater, so the amphitheater is actually kind of special to me, because when I was a high school student actually got the chance to come play with the clips and drum line on this very stage on game day. No, I actually had a shag contest here one time, and me and my sister wanted shag dancing is a form of swing dancing that's actually the South Carolina State dance. I signed up to that side and that I'm actually the president and one of founders of the Clips and Shag Club that we got up running this semester. So if you come too close and you will have to check out the Clemson Chat Club now for a little close up of Tillman Hall, I was taking a little loop around the drive in front of Tilman here. Tillman Hall is one of clubs and most notable buildings on talking about Clemson, either. Field Tillman All is the main administration building. In nineteen forty six, it was name's Tillman Hall board of trustees. All this's where the admissions, financial aid student records, registrar and the President's office is. I've been This is the director of operations office Leonard. You're doing a lot of things really well across the country as far as our national branding s. We have a lot of applicants that are coming about applications that are coming in each year. We accept about twelve thousand over twelve thousand of those applications. We haven't acceptance rate over right around every year, about forty nine percent this year. Way have a a goal of about thirty eight hundred freshmen and that we're hoping to enroll this year. We're looking at perspective applicants on their several things that we look out most heavily. Five Academic factors that that mean the most just energy process When we look at your GPS in your school provided a weighted G p A. We're going to use that nor a few process class Danny information that's available. So if we have a definitive class right from a student, look at that. It's not a look at the school profile to get a lot of a lot of information about the rigor of the school. We're gonna look at the strength and rigor of a student High school coursework, so that's looked at review process. Almost look at things like standardized test scores. Way use The S A, T R A. C T. And review process Wei don't require right example is part of our application process. There's things that states completed our application that can tell us a lot about themselves as an applicant. The something we're looking at is actually a choice in major. So when students applied Eclipse and they put a first and second trust major on the application, so we're actually looking at our freshman class based off the information they put on their application, made a choice that they're missing president and we make our selections based on that. The reason we do that is we don't wanna over Philip program, so we will make sure that we have seen is that I'm able to get into the first year classes.