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The Healthy Clark COVID Plan summarized here provides guidelines and specifications for the many aspects of academic and campus life affected by the pandemic and the University’s commitment to a healthy and productive campus experience. This plan is a work in progress and will continue to be amended. We encourage you to check back regularly for the latest information. If you have questions, please contact us at We also invite you to visit our FAQs page.


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Vaccination Clinic Scheduled

Clark will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students, faculty, and staff on Saturday, Sept. 18, from 1 to 3 p.m. in room 120 of Jonas Clark Hall. You can register for an appointment, but walk-ins are welcome.
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Testing Requirements Updated

With a recent surge in positive COVID-19 cases at area colleges and concerning signs here at Clark, we have made changes to our surveillance testing protocol as of Monday, Sept. 13.
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Quarantine and Isolation FAQs

What is quarantine? What is isolation? What happens when students test positive for COVID?
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Mask-Wearing Guidelines Updated

To prevent the possible transmission of COVID-19, eating inside a classroom is not allowed this semester. However, you can drink water or other beverages in class.
Read the Guidelines

Internal Event Policy Posted

In a welcome departure from last year, our fall semester will present significant opportunities to enjoy events on campus. To help protect the health of attendees, all organizers and hosts of internal Clark events are responsible for running their events in a way that corresponds with the University’s current COVID-19 protocols.Read the Policy

Vaccination Requirement

Clark is committed to returning to operating conditions that are as normal as possible now that the campus has surpassed a 90% vaccination rate.  Given the rise of the Delta variant, the University will continue to mandate COVID-prevention measures across campus to preserve our community members’ health and safety.

Before accessing the campus, Clark students, faculty, and staff must be vaccinated or have received an exemption and uploaded proof of their status to this secure portal. An exemption can be requested for health, religious, or other extenuating reasons.

If you have questions, please contact us at

Vaccination FAQs

Guiding Principle: The Clark Commitment

In The Clark Commitment, we ask our students, faculty, and staff to embrace principles, which, combined with dedication to our community, our diligence, and the Clarkie spirit driving us all, will help us persevere and have a productive and fulfilling semester on campus.

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Reporting Suspected Violations of The Clark Commitment

If you are concerned that a member of the Clark community is not upholding The Clark Commitment, please submit a report.