Clark University Virtual/Video Tour
Get a flavor of student life at Clark from our slideshow below and/or visit our YOUniversityTV video tour. [Flash Video]
- Clark University offers a rich and rewarding campus life in a global community.
At Clark, collaboration is essential; students expand each other's perspectives
and help each other grow in their understanding of different cultural practices
- Academic Commons at Goddard Library features computer labs, study spaces and Jazzman's Café.
With a 10:1 student to faculty ratio, students find mentors and friends
in Clark professors.
- Clark offers an educational environment where creativity and imagination are valued.
- Many Clark students choose to stay at Clark to earn their master's degree.
- Clark is internationally known for its Graduate School of Management.
- Clark science labs are alive with curious students in search of new discoveries.
- Clark's central location in New England's second-largest city gives students numerous opportunities for community volunteering and life-changing internships.
- Learning takes place inside and outside the classroom at Clark.
- No place is too unusual for a Clark professor to conduct class.
- Participation in research gives undergraduates an opportunity to continue Clark's tradition of challenging convention in the quest for new knowledge.
Many lifelong relationships begin during Week One, Clark's dynamic
- Clark students engage with people from all over the world and from all walks of life.
Nearly 40% of Clark undergraduates conduct formal research in their chosen
area of study.
- With more than 120 student clubs and organizations, Clark students can pursue a wide variety of hobbies and interests.
Jonas Clark Hall, named for the University's founder,
is the most iconic building on campus.
- Students enjoying a gorgeous New England spring day on the campus green.
The state-of-the-art Robert H. Goddard Library is a hub of student
interaction and study.
- Worcester combines small-city scale with big-city culture: a significant art museum, art galleries, restored theaters, and large concert and event venues.
- Clark's research focus gives undergraduates an opportunity to travel and see the world in new ways.