At Clark University, we believe that an investment in your education has lifelong and wide-ranging returns. Our unique approach to graduate education will help you create or advance in a successful and rewarding career, lead innovation, and make an impact in an ever-changing world.
Merit scholarships are generally awarded at the time of admission to Clark by the academic department. To learn more about scholarships, fellowships and assistantships in the M.A. in English or M.A. in Teaching programs, or for degrees offered by the International Development, Community, and Environment Department, Graduate School of Management, or School of Professional Studies, please review the specific program requirements. For more information, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office.
Federal and private student loan programs are available to graduate students. You may apply for loans if you are a degree-seeking graduate student enrolled at least half time and you are a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. Loans must be repaid, usually after graduation, so you should not borrow more than you need or are able to repay.
Graduate tuition and aid
Graduate tuition can vary by program. Find out the tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 academic year for your program by selecting it from the dropdown below.