Visiting Clark allows you to connect with the people, places, and experiences that will help you in your college search. Whether you're currently in high school or are thinking about transferring, you can customize your day on campus. Planning a visit is simple—consider your visit options, check the visit schedule, and reserve your spot through our online visit planner and reservation system:
1. Consider your options
Includes an information session with an admissions counselor, Q&A with Clark students, and a guided tour of campus. Duration: two hours. Available to all students and families (With advance notice, transfer students will be able to meet with our Transfer Admissions Coordinator during the information session.)
Customize your Visit Experience with the following options:
Coffee/Lunch with a Clarkie: Join a student for lunch in the Higgins Café. Get answers to your questions and gain perspective on campus life. Duration: 45 minutes. Available to students only.
Classroom Experience: Attend a class with current Clark students. Duration: 50-75 minutes. Available to students only (current seniors and transfer students only from September to December and during the month of April; all prospective students welcome from February to March. (Not available in summer.)
2. Check the campus-visit calendar
We are open most weekdays throughout the year, and offer formal visit programming during every month with the exception of May. Visit calendar »
3. Reserve your spot
All visit programs require advance registration and have limited capacity—register early to save your spot. (We're busiest on Mondays and Fridays, and for our weekend events).
Group campus visits
Visits for high school groups are offered Monday through Friday, and should be scheduled at least one month in advance. If you are interested in scheduling a group visit, please review our group visit information for more details.
Campus visits for counselors
High school guidance and college counselors are encouraged to visit Clark throughout the year. With advance notice, we can often set up some time for counselors to meet with the admissions representative for his or her region (in addition to our Visit Experience). Let us know about your visit by emailing Jarrad Nunes.
If you can't attend a scheduled visit program, self-guided tours are a great alternative. Pick up your map and guide at the John and Kay Bassett Admissions Center, located at 1 Maywood Street. Before you leave home, be sure to print directions to Clark and your campus map [PDF]. To park in one of our on-campus parking lots, just stop in to the Admissions Center to get a parking pass, or take advantage of off-campus parking.
Can't make it to campus?
If you have any questions, or need assistance planning your visit, please call the Admissions Office at (800) GO-CLARK / (800) 462-5275 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.