ADP Program Eligibility Requirements
Please carefully review the eligibility requirements listed below for the Accelerated B.A./Master’s Degree Program. If you have questions about your eligibility or the application process, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office.
Please Note: The Clark Accelerated B.A./Master’s Degree Program (ADP) provides tuition scholarships to qualified students. A $1,250 Program fee is assessed in the first semester of graduate study. Individual course fees may apply.
Tuition scholarships may vary between programs and be dependent on the time a student has attended Clark as a full-time student. To receive full tuition remission, a student must complete 8 semesters of full-time at Clark University.
If You Began at Clark As …
A first-year student:
To qualify for a full (100 percent) tuition scholarship, you must:
- Be a full-time undergraduate student for four years (eight semesters) at Clark
- Meet the entry requirements of your chosen graduate program
- Achieve an aggregated 3.40 GPA* for your second and third years of study
- Apply to the program by May 1 of your junior year (or Nov. 1 if the second semester of your junior year is in the fall semester)
- Achieve a 3.40 GPA* for your fourth year of study
- Complete a bachelor’s degree within five years of your initial entry to Clark University
As a transfer student:
Undergraduate transfer students to Clark will be eligible for 50 or 75 percent tuition scholarships during their fifth year:
|Remission Amount||Semesters Completed at Clark|
|50%||6 Semesters or fewer|
Students must also:
- Meet the departmental entry requirements of your chosen graduate program.
- Obtain an aggregated GPA of at least 3.40* for whatever portion of your sophomore and junior year coursework is taken at Clark.
- Apply to the graduate program of your choice by May 1 (or Nov. 1 if the second semester of your junior year is in the fall semester).
- Maintain a GPA of at least 3.40* during your senior year.
*Individual departments may have additional requirements, including a potentially higher GPA. For more information, please contact the program adviser.