Claflin University is a private historically black university in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Founded in 1869 after the American Civil War by northern missionaries for the education of freedmen and their children, it offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
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What's it like to attend this school?
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Where will you be attending?
400 Magnolia Street,
City Crime Rates
73 per 100k
6 per 100k
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Who are Claflin University's Most influential alumni?
Claflin University's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Social Work, Sociology, and Criminal Justice. Claflin University’s most academically influential people include Gloria Blackwell, Jacob Moorer, and Cecil J. Williams.
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