Resources for Clark's International Community

Frequently Visited Clark offices
International students and scholars will frequently interact with administrators in these offices.

Social Security Administration
If you plan to work in the United States, you must obtain a government-issued Social Security Number (SSN) for tax-reporting purposes. A Social Security Number may be requested when setting up bank or cell phone accounts.

Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV)
Planning to drive a car while in the United States? Learn how to apply for a Massachusetts Driver’s License. NOTE: Applicants must be able to prove that they are eligible to be in Massachusetts for at least 12 months after the date of application.  Apply early.

Executive Order Resources
Stay current about important government policy changes that may affect you as an international student or scholar.

Student Organizations
A wide variety of student organizations and events provide ways for you to get involved on campus and in the local community.

Find out if you need to file state and federal tax returns, and learn about tax preparation software that can help you. 

Getting Around Worcester
Learn how to get to and from Worcester, and ways to get around the city.

Upcoming Programs and Workshops
The Student Accounts Office maintains student accounts, prepares eBills, payments, and refunds, and helps with questions about tuition billing and collections.