I would expect a name like Clemson St or something if it were a public school, but Clemson is in fact a public university. It was first established in November 1889 by South Carolina Governor John Peter Richardson III as an agricultural university.
you can go to CLEMSON UNIVERSTIY in south carolina. i know they have a good marine biologist program. my cousin usta want ta be a marine biologist and he was gonna go to Clemson but then he decided to be a arcitecht. :) and the south is great . ive lived here my whole life and you would LOVEE it.
it would be SOUTH of North Carolina. :)
You would travel east and south to get to North Carolina from South Dakota.
The South Carolina Exposition was a protest by the state of South Carolina against the Tariff of 1828. The document stated that without repealing the tariff South Carolina would secede.
a euro coin would cost around 6.20 in south carolina
Departing South Dakota you would travel southeast to reach North Carolina.
There is approximately 30 miles between Lugoff, South Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina. Driving would take about 36 minutes when driving by car.
East and South.
Health Administration is offered at Clemson, USC and Winthrop at the least. There are probably dozens of other colleges as this is a very common field of study that would be offered by most schools. There are several college in South Carolina that offer health administration courses. You can see an alphabetical list at www.sciway.net.
I would have to say that North Carolina is South East from South Dakota and the Black Hills.
That would depend on where you start.