Scholarship awards consider academic background, professional experience, and potential for success in the field, with additional consideration for the following:
Residents of the Central and Western regions of Massachusetts.
International Students who demonstrate a commitment to academic success and Clark University values.
Clark is committed to advancing inclusive excellence in graduate education, and supports high achieving students from various backgrounds that have been historically excluded from graduate education, including:
- Members of historically underrepresented ethnic or racial groups
- First generation college students
- Single parents
- Students with disabilities
- LGBTQ+ Students
Women who demonstrate exceptional potential for leadership and academic achievement.
Mid-Career Professionals returning to graduate study.
Changemakers who show a passion in their work or personal lives for the Clark ideals of “Challenging Convention and Changing Our World.”
Students committed to Social Justice, the Environment, and Sustainable Development.
Public and Community Service and Service Members including public servants, non-profit leaders, educators, military personnel, first responders, and health care workers.
National Service Partnerships:
- We are a proud to partner with Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, and City Year and provide 50% tuition fellowships to returned service volunteers accepted to IDCE and School of Management graduate programs.
- Beta Gamma Sigma Members: The School of Management is proud to offer 50% tuition scholarships to BGS members.