U.S. Transfer: Articulation Agreements
Clark values the diversity, new perspectives and experience that transfer students bring to the Clark community. We also recognize transferring, particularly between two-year and four-year programs, can be a complex and challenging process.
To facilitate and streamline this process, Clark has created articulation agreements with certain programs in our area. These agreements offer pre-established guidelines that make transferring course credit between two-year liberal arts programs and Clark’s own four-year B.A. program a more straightforward and clear process. They also strengthen our already-strong relationships with the many excellent colleges in our area, and enhance the number and quality of learning options available to students who aspire to achievement of a bachelor of arts degree.
Clark currently has articluation agreements with Quinsigamond Community College, Berkshire Community College and Dean College. Students wishing to transfer under these agreements must:
- Earn an associate’s degree in liberal studies
- Attain and graduate with a minimum 3.0 GPA
- Have taken all of their classes from the approved course listing (links below)
- Complete a transfer application to Clark by the appropriate deadline (May 15 for the fall semester and November 15 for the spring semester)
The articulation agreements state that students who meet these criteria are elligible to be admitted to Clark with junior class standing. The application fee will be waived for program participants.
Approved Courses (by college):
For specific program details, please contact the transfer coordinator at your college, or David Opp, Clark University Transfer Coordinator.