The Campus Green is a beautiful spot to sit with friends, study, play games during warm weather — or build a snowman on winter days.
Higgins Café – Clark’s main dining hall – is located in the Higgins University Center. The café serves fresh, made-from-scratch food with a focus on local and sustainably sourced ingredients.
The Bistro, located in the Higgins University Center, features four dining platforms and a spacious, relaxing atmosphere.
Located in the center of campus across the path from Jonas Clark Hall, Bullock Hall serves as one of the exclusively first-year residence halls at Clark University.
Dana Hall, one of Clark’s exclusively first-year residence halls, houses 157 students in a variety of room configurations. Dana Hall is located along Florence Street on the south side of campus.
Maywood Street Hall is physically the largest residence hall on campus, with 225 residents. It is the only residence hall on campus that is comprised entirely of suites and is home to seniors, juniors, and some sophomore students.
Lined with international flags, Wright Hall, a first-year residence hall, is all decked out for Move-In Day, an exciting time at Clark University as our approximately 1,665 undergraduate and graduate students who reside on campus get settled into the University’s eight traditional residence halls and 10 houses.
The Jeppson Laboratory and the Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center offer more than 50,000 square feet of research and teaching laboratories, lecture and seminar rooms, department offices, an impressive cache of equipment and instrumentation, and the Carlson Science Library.
The Traina Center for the Arts serves as a facility for teaching, research, and creation for the hundreds of students who take courses in the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Clark. The historic building is also a cultural resource for the campus, neighborhood, and city.
Clark University’s 72-acre, tree-filled campus is located in Worcester, Mass., known as “the Heart of New England.”
Clark’s largest meeting space and performance venue, Atwood Hall contains the Daniels Theater. Attached to Atwood Hall is the Jefferson Academic Center, home to several academic departments.
The Bassett Admissions Center is where prospective students connect with our admissions staff and student ambassadors.
The International Center at the Corner House, with services for international students, faculty, and staff.
The Anderson House is home to the English Department at Clark. This cozy, Victorian-era home serves as a gathering place for classes, events, and impromptu conversations.
The Cohen-Lasry House is home to the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Colin Flug Graduate Study Wing, and Rose Library.
Our 25-yard swimming pool is located in the Kneller Center, our hub for athletics and recreation.
The lobby of the Shaich Alumni and Student Engagement Center (ASEC), home to many student services.
Estabrook Hall contains the Fuller Music Center, along with the Language, Literature, and Culture and Music departments, and hosts events for Visual and Performing Arts.
Dana Commons houses the Office for Diversity and Inclusion, and the Office of Multicultural and First Generation Student Support, the Center for Gender, Race, and Area Studies, and Higgins School of Humanities.
Named for Robert Hutchings Goddard, the Clark physicist who invented the rocket technology that made space travel possible, Goddard Library comprises a cutting-edge facility for research, teaching, and learning.
The Geography Building hosts a number of administrative offices.
The Academic Commons in Goddard Library is a place where all students enjoy hanging out.
Jazzman’s Café in the Goddard Library
The Geography, History, Jefferson 320 auditorium, Political Science, and Sociology offices are located in Jefferson Hall.
The Kneller, our athletics and recreation hub, includes a gymnasium with four full-size basketball courts, the Bickman Fitness Center, a 25-yard swimming pool, and a multipurpose room used for health, wellness and fitness classes.
The state-of-the-art Cathy ’83 and Marc ’81 Lasry Center for Bioscience houses the Biology Department and is a center of scientific research on campus.