Clark GSOM students have access to a wide array of campus resources and services. In addition to the campus-wide resources offered to all Clark University students, GSOM operates many of its own offices independent of the larger University, enabling us to provide a high level of customized service to our students.
Academic Affairs. Academic Affairs manages all academic advising, planning and administration for current students. GSOM's advisors are: Laura Burgess, Program Director for Academic and Student Services, for undergraduates, accelerated, and dual degree students; Kristine Norrman, Director, Metrowest Campus, for part-time students; Deanna Scaramangos, MBA Program Manager, for full-time MBA students; and Ainsley Watt, Academic Advisor/Program Administrator, for MSF students.
Admissions Office. Clark GSOM's Admissions Office is responsible for the recruitment, selection, pre-advising and initial enrollment of the GSOM student body, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org (MBA), email@example.com (MSF) or firstname.lastname@example.org (PT MBA).
Bookstore. The Barnes and Noble-affiliated Clark University Bookstore is located at 918 Main Street.
Computer Lab. GSOM's Computer Lab is located on the 1st floor of Carlson Hall and is open from 8:30 AM to 11:00 PM Monday through Friday, and 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Dean's Office. The Office of the Dean of the Graduate School of Management is responsible for strategic oversight, direction and planning for Clark GSOM. Dr. Catherine Usoff serves as Dean. To make an appointment with her, please contact the Dean's Assistant Laurie Kennedy-Yvanauskas.
Dining Services. Clark Dining Services offers the Higgins Cafe, located in Higgins University Center.
Goddard Library. Goddard Library provides 24-hour access online and extended lending privileges for graduate students.
Graduate School of Management Metrowest Campus is Clark's satellite location in Southborough, MA. Located at 333 Turnpike Road, about 20 miles east of Worcester, it is conveniently situated near the intersection of Route 9 and Route 495.
Health & Wellness. Clark University Health Services is a primary care outpatient clinic offering a variety of services provided by nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians and support staff.
Information Technology Services. The Student Help Desk can help you access your Clark account, store important course files, and connect you to the campus wireless system.
Intercultural Affairs. The Office of Intercultural Affairs serves as the primary advisor to Clark University's international student body, and provides counsel on immigration issues.
OneCard Office. Pick up your all-purpose University ID at the OneCard Office.
Parking. Parking on Clark University property requires a valid decal. Forms and fees are available through the campus police.
Police. In case of an emergency, please contact the Campus Police at x7575 or 508-793-7575.
Registrar's Office/Student Records. GSOM's Registrar or Student Records office maintains the accuracy and integrity of all GSOM student records such as transcripts, enrollment verifications, and degree certifications. If you have questions about your academic record or student account, please contact: Mary Gamache,Coordinator for Registration and Student Accounts. If you need an official Clark transcript, please contact the University Registrar to fill out a transcript request form.
Small Business Development Center. The central chapter of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network is located in the Carriage House at 125 Woodland Street and provides free and confidential one-to-one management advice and technical assistance to prospective and existing small businesses.
Stevenish Career Management Center. (GSOM Career Services) Whether you are searching for the perfect internship, need help drafting a winning cover letter, or want to find a job in today's competitive market, the Stevenish Career Management Center works with you to reach your goals.
Student Services. GSOM's Student Services Office is responsible for the student experience outside of the classroom, and serves as the advisor to student organizations. If you have questions about student services, please contact the GSOM Student Services Office.
Worcester, Massachusetts is New England's second largest city. Just an hour from Boston and the seashore, and 3 hours from New York City, Worcester serves as the hub of central New England. With its combination of urban energy, restful parks and elegant historic homes, Worcester is home to established industry leaders and continues to attract new business enterprises, most notably the biotechnology, energy and high technology industries.
Recently named one of CNN's Money 100 Best Places to Live and Launch, Worcester has all the amenities that a big city offers. Discover Worcester through Clark's interactive city guide, or explore these other Worcester guides.
- Worcester Magazine's College Guide
- Worcester's Executive Office of Economic Development's Worcester Mass, an online guide to Worcester's business, residential, cultural and artistic outlets.
- The Colleges of Worcester Consortium (COWC), a not-for-profit organization representing the 13 public and private colleges and universities in central Massachusetts.
- COWC's Worcester Rocks video on YouTube.