Checklist for Graduate Students:
Before You Arrive
With your Clark Account you will be able to access critical services including email, ClarkYou, network file storage, Moodle courses, use of lab computers and printing, etc. You will have received login information in emails earlier this summer.
Your Clark email address is where you will receive important updates and orientation calendar invitations from Clark, your professors, and fellow students — so it’s critical that you check your email often. We recommend you install the Outlook application for your mobile device. You can also check your email and calendar online.
Your Clark OneCard is your official University identification and is required for all students. It also gives you access to campus buildings, the library, printing services, dining, parking, and student discounts. OneCards will be distributed by your school or department upon your arrival on campus.
This site, which is updated regularly, contains important information about student arrival on campus as well as Clark’s testing plan.
Fall semester classes begin on Aug. 23. For information about testing in the fall, please visit this page:
Be sure you bring documentation of your immunization history with you when you come to campus.
Health and accident insurance is required by Massachusetts law for all students.
Visit the ClarkYou Portal to register for classes.
Take advantage of free software provided to Clark students, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom.
Clark is following a rigorous testing program.
Click below for how to register new devices and sign in for the first time.
We are looking forward to welcoming you during our International Student Orientation. Log into our Orientation Moodle for information on the schedule of events and details about life as a Clarkie!
Join the Clark Community
All students will receive an email with instructions for completing this important training.
The module will offer incoming Clarkies an introduction to our community’s values of fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion. We invite each of you to engage in this critical conversation at Clark and beyond.
Each school or department will provide information and training about Clark academic standards.
Visit your school or department orientation page for Moodle training links.