As you come face-to-face with all of the opportunities and challenges that come with being a college student, it’s comforting to know you’re not on your own. Clarkson College is constantly adding to and enhancing our online and on-campus resources so you can reach your academic goals and make the most out of your education.
Aside from being the place to purchase textbooks (on campus or online) the Bookstore is also where you’ll find Clarkson College apparel and merchandise, study supplies, electronic accessories and more.
Schedule your proctored exams in our on-campus facility, or make arrangements at a location in your local area.
Clarkson College is committed to providing students with disabilities equal and integrated access to all academic, social, cultural and recreational programs.
Take advantage of our full line of helpful handouts and searching guides, print and non-print materials, and bibliographic and full-text databases.
As a college focused on health care, we find it essential to provide you with as many realistic, hands-on learning opportunities as possible before interacting with real patients. Our Simulation Lab includes a patient room, control center, debriefing room and two high-fidelity mannequins—one adult and one infant. The capability of the mannequins to simulate symptoms, diseases and conditions you are likely to see in a real health care setting allow you to perform many common procedures such as starting an IV, obtaining a blood sample, inserting a bladder catheter, administering medications and treating wounds.
This online hub includes internship and job listings throughout the region, exclusively for undergrads, graduate students and alumni.
Even some of the most academically distinguished students at Clarkson College take advantage of the support resources offered through our Success Center.
Services include but are not limited to:
Writing Lab: Consult with a writing expert in person or online to refine your latest writing assignment.
Tutoring services: Rely on the expertise of faculty, staff and fellow students to offer free assistance in a particular subject matter.
Mentoring services: Team up with a faculty or staff member who can offer you personal and academic guidance during your first year.
Personal counseling sessions: Meet with a licensed personal counselor to address any issues you may be experiencing.