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1854 first HBCU for Sure or Clark Atlanta University Posted on 12-12-2008

rae22
Baltimore, MD
Hello Everyone I am a freshman at Lincoln University PA I love my school dont get me wrong but lincoln was not the place that I planned on going to at first. In 2008 upon my graduation I applied to 15 colleges and got accepted to 10 leaving 5 that I did not gain acceptance to. One of the schools that I did not gain accpetance to was Clark Atlanta but it has always been a dream of mine to attend. During my tenure in high school I guess I did not meet the requirements but now after almost completing my first year of college I recived a 3.44 in tge first semester and I am waiting to start the 2nd semester. I know that once this year is over I will be able to get into clark. I am unsure if I will get enough fin aid and how good are they at giving students with exceptinal efc's money and what its like being a cau student..
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keyalove replied on 12-29-2008 03:53PM [Reply]
I personally think Clark Atlanta is a wonderful school, I love my school. Being a Clark Atlantan can be stressful at times but its also a lot of fun. There are plenty of organizations to get involved with and plenty of things to do. Also, I find the staff to be extremely helpful as well as the students. People are very nice here and we have a sense of unity amongst each other. Even though people underestimate our quality of education, our education is equal to Spelman and Morehouse. It is definitely no walk in the park so dont let the rumors fool you. All in all, I think transferring to CAU would be a good choice.
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