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11-01-2012, 09:54 PM
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What are you basing this on? Because it's American it's automatically better?
I said it's better than Concordia and UQAM, I didn't say it's better than McGill and U de M.

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It's produced noone of high society. A few pro-athletes, a congressman and te CEO of some power company. It is a Div.3 school in athelitics save for hockey. To give you a comparison, my high school was 1200 students. Concordia is 45 000 students. UQAM is 41 000 students. The only reason people know of Clarkson is there hockey program. Erik Cole likely went there because he got a free ride and it's close to his home.

Please back up your statement.
Notable Alumni
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clarkso...Notable_alumni

12 colleges whose job payoff is better than Harvard's
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/12-co...ry?id=17273504
median starting salary is $58,000 for Clarkson

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Clarkson university is a school of 3000 students. That's peanuts.
There are a lot of small schools in the USA. Caltech has 1,000 undergraduate students for example. Harvard has 7,200. Kenyon has 1,640. All are elite institutions.

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To give you a comparison, my high school was 1200 students. Concordia is 45 000 students. UQAM is 41 000 students.
Indira Gandhi National Open University, located in New Delhi, India, has 3,500,000 students enrolled. By your criteria for quality it must be the best university on Earth.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._by_enrollment

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