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A trial run before deciding on law school

A double major in geography and political science, Kieran Babra ’23 is considering a legal career. An internship at the local district attorney’s office gave him a preview.

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A trial run before deciding on law school

A double major in geography and political science, Kieran Babra ’23 is considering a legal career. An internship at the local district attorney’s office gave him a preview.

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Student Internships

Putting patients first in a busy Brooklyn ER

Through Project Healthcare, Marimo Oka ’22, M.S. ’23, interned as a patient advocate. Now she’s applying to medical school.

Faculty Research

It’s evolutionary: The movement of lizards

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences publishes a study by Professor Philip Bergmann revealing why some lizards move faster.

Student Research

Access to high-quality STEM internships

Through Project Onramp, undergraduates gain lab experience at global companies like AbbeVie and Bristol Meyers Squibb.

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Liberal Arts + Game Design

The Becker School of Design & Technology at Clark hosts the world’s No. 3-ranked Game Design program, according to Princeton Review.

Fast Facts

Clark at a Glance

Clark was founded in 1887 as one of the first all-graduate institutions in the country. Today, Clark promotes a rigorous liberal arts curriculum within the context of a research experience that addresses challenges on a global scale.

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Of undergraduate alumni are employed, in school, or engaged in voluntary service 6 months after graduation

Career Outcomes

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Clark University endowment (as of June 30, 2021)

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Of undergraduates receive need-based financial aid

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Of students complete an internship or experiential learning

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2,252 + 1,154

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Who We Are

4

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Diana Argiles Castillo using science lab equipment

30%

Of undergraduates enroll in Clark master’s programs on full scholarships

Accelerated Degree Programs
Student standing in a swamp

97%

Of undergraduate alumni are employed, in school, or engaged in voluntary service 6 months after graduation

Career Outcomes

$514 million

Clark University endowment (as of June 30, 2021)

More Fast Facts

65%

Of undergraduates receive need-based financial aid

Learn About Affordability
Fiat Lux sculpture

$30,124

Average financial aid package awarded to an undergraduate

Costs and Aid

1 of 8

Colleges and universities in Worcester

Our Hometown

63

Majors, minors, and concentrations

Browse Options

66%

Of undergraduate students live on campus

Housing Choices

131

Student clubs and organizations

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Student standing in front of

100%

Of students complete an internship or experiential learning

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Deepening Perspectives

Research reaches to the core of the Clark experience.

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How structural racism leads to COVID deaths

Sociologist Rosalie Torres Stone and biologists Nathan Ahlgren and Philip Bergmann take a deep dive into the pandemic’s impact on minoritized racial groups, identifying the “need to confront structural racism on multiple fronts to address health disparities.”

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The whispering world of ASMR

Some people feel a tingle after watching someone whisper in a YouTube video. Hugh Manon, professor of screen studies, and Shuo Niu, professor of computer science, explore the world of ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response.

Explore the sensation

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‘We have the capacity to create change’

Professor Eric DeMeulenaere is working with organizers in Worcester to create the Audre Lorde Transformative Art School, named for the late poet, feminist, and civil rights activist, to challenge the standard approach to education.

Read about change

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Where climate change meets national security

Ed Carr, director of the International Development, Community, and Engagement department, brings ethnographic expertise to the National Academies’ Climate Security Roundtable, established at the direction of Congress.

Learn about the roundtable

Course Surfer
In Session This Fall

Flexibility is built into our liberal arts curriculum, allowing you to select from compelling courses on diverse topics.

SOC 180
Aging and Society
Challenge stereotypes about the elderly and aging as a “problem” for society while focusing on the diversity and experience of aging in the United States.
FREN 124
Popular Culture in France
Discover French popular culture (slang, food, sports, humor, and more) through film, music, comics, and the media — all while practicing your French!
BLAW 262
Business Ethics and Law
Learn how business, law, ethics, and personal values contribute to the decision-making process as you study statutory and case law related to current topics.
MUSC 141
Computers and Music
Take a historical and project-based approach to computers as a musical tool as you learn multitrack digital recording and mixing, sound synthesis, and more.
PSYC 245
True Crime: Gender, Race, and Sexuality as Lenses
Examine true crime stories, both high profile and little known, to explore issues of stigma, visibility, violence, sexuality, and intersectionality.

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