Graduate School of Management

Clark's campus

Worcester and Student Life

New England charm. World-class opportunity.

Immerse yourself in the energy and excitement of Worcester, Massachusetts, New England's second-largest city. Take advantage of Clark University's connections to local businesses, nonprofits, and 12 other local universities, contributing your insight and passion as an intern, volunteer, and scholar. Enjoy an exceptional quality of life in an affordable city with abundant opportunities for professional development, community involvement, intellectual engagement - and fun. Benefit from easy access to Boston and New York City.


Campus comforts, urban access

Clark GSOM students live in graduate student housing and apartments within walking distance of campus. In addition to a broad range of dining, cultural, shopping, and entertainment options in Worcester, student enjoy easy access to on-campus amenities ranging from cafes and computer labs to an extensive library, and full-size gym.


Intellectual engagement, social connections

In addition to university-wide activities ranging from barbeques and concerts to clubs and lectures, Clark GSOM offers activities exclusively for GSOM students including alumni receptions (held worldwide), Executive Discussions, GSOM Student Council, Finance Association, Net Impact, and Women in Business.


Worcester: A great place to learn and live

Recently named one of the top cities in which to live for people ages 20 to 29 by Business Week magazine

  • Named one of the 10 most livable cities in the United States by Forbes magazine
  • Known for its affordable cost of living relative to other New England cities
  • Attracts a diversified business community including manufacturing and insurance companies, high technology and biotechnology, and food and beverage products

Worcester Guides

Discover Worcester through these local guides.

  • Worcester's Executive Office of Economic Development's Worcester Mass, an online guide to Worcester's business, residential, cultural and artistic outlets.
  • COWC's Worcester Rocks video on YouTube.