ALCI Program Information
Click HERE for information on language and application requirements.
Students in either the undergraduate or graduate Pathway program take both English classes and content courses during their Pathway semester.
Students will take a course on reading/writing and a course on speaking/listening during each EAS semester.
Students in the ALCI program are expected to successfully complete each of their courses before moving on to the next part of their academic program.
To complete a level of English for Academic Success, students need to achieve a 75 (C) in both courses.
To complete Pathway, students need to achieve an 85 (B) in their content courses and a 75 (C) in their English courses.
While in the American Language and Culture Institute, your advisor will be the acting Program Coordinator on staff, who will specialize in serving ALCI programs. If you aren’t sure who your advisor is, email us at ALCI@Clarku.edu.
Complete this application and select EAS.
Yes, you must apply on the CUWeb. However, housing is limited so you must apply quickly. Otherwise, there are plenty of other housing options in the local Clark neighborhood or downtown Worcester. To learn more about housing at Clark, please visit Residential Life and Housing.
Yes! As an ALCI student, you can access everything our campus has to offer!
Absolutely! While students in EAS and Pathway programs are offered exclusive opportunities to learn more about American culture, they are encouraged to engage with the Clark community whenever they can! To learn more about the numerous club and student groups Clark offers, please click here.