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Celebrating Family Weekend 2021

Families turned out Oct. 15-17 to sample the best of fall at Clark: a nature walk in the Arboretum, soccer and tennis matches, pumpkin-decorating, a harvest brunch, and more.

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A $2 million gift for Clark theater renovation

A pledge from Trustee Vickie Riccardo, P ’17, and her husband, Don Spencer, supports the renovation of Little Center/Michelson Theater, adding a vibrant, art-filled lobby.

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Transforming Transit

Garren Kalter’s honors thesis analyzes how to improve Worcester’s bus service. He’s continuing his studies at Clark through our tuition-free fifth-year M.S. program.

Celebrating Family Weekend 2021

Families turned out Oct. 15-17 to sample the best of fall at Clark: a nature walk in the Arboretum, soccer and tennis matches, pumpkin-decorating, a harvest brunch, and more.

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Fall 2021
We’re Open for Campus Visits

Visit campus in person! Take a guided tour with Clark Admissions or register for a self-guided tour.

Clark Welcomes New Leadership

Joseph M. Corazzini

Joseph M. Corazzini, Vice President for Government and Community Affairs

Joseph M. Corazzini has been appointed Clark’s vice president for government and community affairs, responsible for sustaining the University’s active partnerships in Worcester and the Main South neighborhood.

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Margo R. Foreman

Margo R. Foreman, Vice President and Chief Officer of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Margo R. Foreman has been appointed Clark’s vice president and chief officer of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), responsible for overseeing or supporting Clark’s programs and initiatives in support of DEI.

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Isaac Kendall

Kendall Isaac, Vice President and General Counsel

Kendall Isaac has been appointed the University’s first general counsel, Clark’s chief legal officer. Isaac also will serve as vice president, secretary of the University, and assistant secretary of the Board of Trustees.

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Sebastian Royo

Sebastián Royo, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs

Sebastián Royo has joined Clark as provost and vice president of academic affairs, with a tenured position as professor of political science. Previously, he served in leadership positions at Suffolk University.

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Liberal Arts + Game Design

The Becker School of Design & Technology at Clark hosts the world’s No. 2-ranked game design program.

Clark University’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Clark at a Glance

Clark was founded in 1887 as the first all-graduate institution 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

$514 million

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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2,242 + 1,158

Undergraduate + graduate students

Who We Are

6

Merit scholarship categories

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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 10

Colleges and universities in Worcester

Our Hometown

50

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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Research With Global Impact

Trees a tool to fight climate change

Study measures how curbing deforestation in the Northeast could lower the impact of carbon emissions.

Alumni Success

Where and how to work in tech?

Alumni return to offer advice on pursuing careers with Tripadvisor, State Street, Instagram, and more.

Gaining Experience

Love for Connecticut River spawns internship

This summer, environmental science major Olivia Blaney ’23 conducted research on an invasive species infestation.

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
Challenges stereotypes about aging and the extent to which it presents a “problem” for societies while focusing on the diversity of experiences around the world.
SCRN 120
History of U.S. Film Since 1960
Study how film evolved as a commercial art form after the collapse of the studio system, including the effects of social, economic, and technological developments.
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.
ENT 264
Community-Based Entrepreneurship
Develop your entrepreneurial skills by creating a food truck business to partner with local stakeholders and engage in the community.
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.

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