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Serving you throughout your Clark journey

The Academic Advising Center offers general academic services to help you plan your academic program. Work with us to explore majors — or to design your own; develop strategies to overcome academic difficulties; receive assistance around learning or special needs; evaluate transfer credits; and more.

In your first year at Clark, you will be assigned a faculty adviser to help you select your courses and programs. Once you declare your major, faculty within that academic department will coordinate your academic advising. However, you may continue to receive support from the Academic Advising Center. We are here for you.

What Our Students Say

Jesús Robles Garcia ’19

My adviser, John Magee, has helped me grow as a computer scientist and has helped me choose courses that would be a good fit for me.

Jesús Robles Garcia ’19

Majors: Computer Science and Economics

Minor: Management

Rylee Simons ’19

Denis Larochelle, my pre-health adviser, has helped me stay on track with classes necessary for medical school. He is a great resource for any of my medical school questions.

Rylee Simons ’19

Major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Emmye Vernet ’18

I feel so grateful to have been able to self-design my major, which is social and environmental justice. I have the flexibility to be as interdisciplinary as possible, and I am supported by wonderful faculty.

Emmye Vernet ’18

Major: Student-Designed

Jesús Robles Garcia ’19
Rylee Simons ’19
Emmye Vernet ’18
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The first steps toward meeting your goals

How We Can Help

We offer a wide array of academic support services for undergraduate students. Our office can help you:

  • Navigate academic programs and policies
  • Explore or clarify your choice of major
  • Evaluate transfer courses and assess credits awarded
  • Petition the College Board for exceptions to academic policies
  • Seek advice on learning or physical disabilities
  • Convey information about special needs to professors
  • Obtain academic and classroom accommodations

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  • Monday – Friday
    9 a.m. to 5 p.m