Undergraduate International Students
All international students entering the undergraduate program at Clark are required to attend International Student Orientation (ISO) before Week One begins. U.S. citizens living abroad are also invited to attend ISO. Please make sure you contact Amy Daly Gardner to register for ISO. ISO check-in is Sunday, August 18th 2013, from 9:00am - 5:00pm. A email will be going out for the first week of August with details in regards to ISO.
Here’s how to reach Clark University on your own.
The easiest way to get to Clark is to fly into Logan International Airport in Boston. Take a shared van service from the airport to Clark. We recommend two companies:
Worcester Airport Limo
Knights Airport Limousine
The cost is about $50.00. Please book at least 48 hours in advance and provide them with the number of the flight that brings you to Boston and the date and time of your arrival. Prepay by credit card or pay by cash when you board the van. Upon arrival in Boston, pick up your luggage, exit the terminal and cross the street. Look for the sign that says, “Shared Van ”.
From New York City
Take a bus from the Port authority Terminal in NYC. Here are the two bus lines that we recommend:
The price will be about $40.00 and will take about 4 hours. Upon arrival at the Worcester Bus Terminal, we suggest you take a taxi to the Clark campus. Taxi services are available from Red Cab or Yellow Cab of Worcester at a cost of approximately $10.00.
Graduate School of Management
International Students attending GSOM will attend sessions specifically for international students. Please contact GSOM Student Services for more information.
COPACE international graduate students will also attend an orientation. Please contact Max Hess for more information about this program.
Orientations are held individually for scholars at Clark. Please contact the Office of Intercultural Affairs at 508-793-7362 to schedule an appointment.
Places of Worship
Visit our directory of places of worship (churches, temples, synagogues, etc.) in the Worcester area. There are many different faiths represented as well numerous non-denominational institutions.