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12.Guys & Girls: Southern women know how to take care of their men!
13.Campus Food: There is plenty of variety on campus for food. You can usually find something for everyone. I like that Clemson produces it's own ice cream and sells in it's own ice cream parlor. I do think that the food can be rather expensive for what you get. Especially some of the convenient already packaged meals.
14.Campus Food: Clemson tries very hard to get a variety of foods in the dining halls. They are updating the menu all the time to accommodate dietary needs like gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and other food allergy/ dietary restrictions. However, it does get old, and it is hard to find healthy options sometimes because everything starts to taste the same.
15.Campus Housing: Living on campus is great since you are right in the middle of all activities. Living in the horseshoe is a great option for incoming freshman since so many freshman live in this area.
16.Campus Housing: I lived in Holmes, and I enjoyed an excellent on-campus experience! I loved it so much, I will be returning to live on campus once again next year. I attribute my satisfaction with the people on my hall. We really had an excellent relationship. We held three hall roasts and had awesome interactions with each other throughout.
17.Health & Safety: As soon as someone says something about a possible safety concern, a staff in the school will immediately send out mass emails to everyone and project an announcement through speakers. Campus crime is not very likely considering that there are always cops and civilians around to be on the look out. Overall I feel very safe on campus.
18.Health & Safety: Campus crime is very low. There have been a few break-ins off campus, but nothing serious on campus. I feel safe walking around at night, but usually prefer to have someone with me just in case. There are the blue emergency lights to press if something does happen. Tiger Transit is also useful if you are uncomfortable walking.
19.Transportation: Tiger Transit and the CatBus are both free and really great options for getting to and from Clemson and Central without a car, but they do have limited routes and times. Peak times can sometimes leave you waiting thirty minutes to get to campus or get home depending on your stop.
20.Transportation: There are always CatBuses on campus. There are different bus routes and it is easy to remember the schedule. There are two buses that run off campus: one to Seneca and one to Anderson. After a certain time, you can call tiger transit and it will pick you up from your current location (on campus) and take you anywhere you want to go on campus. Also, there are small cars that offer free rides to students, run by other students who work here.
21.Local Area: Clemson as a college-town honestly has little attraction other than of course the university itself. Attractions and shopping options are very limited, although the locals are very supportive of the students.
22.Local Area: Its an okay area there isn't much to do and that is fine do to the fact that for the most part your always buys with homework and when your not doing homework there is usually something to do on campus events are always being put together for the students here.
23.Party Scene: Parties can really be found on any day of the week if a person goes looking for them. Parties can be held between friends, fraternities, sports teams, and downtown at local bars. Football games are also a big time for parties and celebrations. Downtown Clemson is very strict and only allows 21 and up into the bars. The parties are very fun and can provide something fun for friends to do.