Undergraduate Admissions


Housing and Meal Plans

First-Year Housing

You are guaranteed housing in one of our nine residence halls for your first two years at Clark. You can choose to live with other first-year students in one of Clark's three "First-Year Experience" residence halls—Bullock, Johnson Sanford Center and Wright—or with upperclass students in one of the mixed-class residence halls. Learn more by visiting Residential Life and Housing where you can see photos and floorplans of different residences.

Hear from current students and resident advisors about living on and off campus at Clark:

Cooking in first year residence hall
Elliot hosts Sunday night dinners in Wright Hall

Jeanette Greenwood
Danni talks about adjusting to life in a residence hall

Undergraduate student
Meet Nathalia, Resident Advisor for Bullock Hall
Micki Davis
Take a tour of upperclassmen off campus housing
Undergraduate student
Meet Ross, Resident Advisor in Sanford Hall
Undergraduate students
Getting along with your roommate

Upperclass Housing Options

After your first year, you also have the option to live in a suite which can house 4, 5, or 6 people. A suite resembles an apartment with a separate entry door, living room, and bathroom.

Resident Advisors

Student Resident Advisors, who are Clark sophomores, juniors or seniors, live on each floor of the first-year residence halls and are there to help you with your transition to college life.

Meal Plans

Food is an important part of the college experience and the right meal plan choice will make that experience more enjoyable. All first-year students will be enrolled in the base meal plan, which provides the best-value meal plan that Clark offers. There will be sufficient opportunity, both before and after the start of the fall semester, to make changes to your meal plan.

Details about meal plan options are available on the Clark Dining website.