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Amanda Dye ’24 works the soil with a pair of gloves at the Worcester Common Ground, a nonprofit organization that helps improve access to locally sourced healthy food for local neighborhoods.

Roll up your sleeves

Global environmental studies major, Amanda Dye ’24 wants to empower local neighborhoods and promote access to healthy, locally sourced food through the cultivation of green spaces.

Common Ground

Entrepreneur and umpire Noah Katz ’26 poses with the Savannah Bananas team at the historic Fenway ballpark

Noah Katz ’26 makes his Fenway Park debut

The marketing major and entrepreneur umpired a game in front of a sellout crowd.

Computer Science Major Nina Carlson '24

A voice in high tech

Nina will kick off a career in STEM with a junior software engineer position at Microsoft in Seattle.

Provost Sebastián Royo and Samuel Cooper ’24 share a laugh during a ClarkFEST student research event.

Funding the clean energy revolution

Samuel Cooper ’24 studies how climate dollars are distributed in New England.

Altogether different for the greater good

Clark is built for the kind of unconventional and independent thinking that allows us to value the imperfect and navigate the unexpected. We move through the world with confidence and curiosity, eager to discover what awaits and emboldened to act when our moment arises.



Gain a world-class education grounded in both intellectual rigor and an urgent responsibility to elevate our fellow humans.

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Explore majors

Browse undergraduate programs and learn about the experiential learning, study abroad, and accelerated degree options that make us different.

Two students working on a gaming design project at Clark University

Graduate degree programs

Our globally recognized graduate programs will enable you to contribute to new knowledge and positive action in your chosen field.

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Meet the faculty

Clark faculty are scholar-teachers who bring students into their research.

Student-to-faculty ratio
In the classroom
First year students receive need-based financial aid
Students complete an internship or experiential learning
Majors, minors, and concentrations
Majors and minors

Discovery and Impact

We think differently. We ask hard and good questions. We break down barriers to new knowledge and positive action.


Clarkies are curious about the world and their place in it. We put our knowledge into action to make a difference.

Two students working on a science project in a physics lab

Undergraduate studies

We want to get to know you, what inspires you, and the ways you’ll enrich the Clark community.

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Graduate studies

Join a community of world-class scholars researching solutions to address the challenges facing the world.

A group of international students at a welcome reception at Clark University

International students

You are welcome here. Our shared understanding is broadened by the perspectives you bring to our campus.

Of undergraduate alumni employed, volunteering, or in school six months after graduation
Success after Clark
Students enrolled: 2,372 Undergraduate, 1,776 Graduate
At a glance

Experience for yourself what it’s like to study at a small research university with a strong liberal arts core.

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Experience for yourself what it’s like to study at a small research university with a strong liberal arts core.

A group of students laughing together at a campus mental wellness event.

Snapshot of campus life

Clark’s annual mental wellness event provides a chance for students to come together, reflect, and connect.

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