Clemson University

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Clemson University,

at Clemson, S.C.; coeducational; land-grant; state supported; opened in 1893 as a college, gained university status in 1964. The university includes programs in textile and computer research, wildlife biology, and aquaculture and maintains research facilities in agriculture and forestry.
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12,000), home of Clemson University, and Starkville, Miss.
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