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Parents

We know that as your family begins to embark on the college selection process, it is vitally important for you, the parents, to remain involved as well.

Important Deadlines

Date What’s Needed
November 15, 2018 Deadline for Early Action & Early Decision first-year students to apply for financial assistance
January 15, 2019 Deadline for Regular Decision first-year students to apply for financial assistance
May 1, 2019 Admissions Deposit Due
May 31, 2019 Nelnet Semester Based Payment Plans —check with Student Accounts for details 1-508-421-3801
June 2019 Fall semester bills Available on CashNet for viewing
July 2019 Fall semester payment due
Late August 2019 New Student Orientation
August 26, 2019 Fall First day of classes
November 2019 Spring semester bills available on CashNet for viewing- Nelnet Semester Based Payment Plan can be set up
December 2019 Spring semester payment due
January 13, 2020 Spring First day of classes
Date What’s Needed
March 15, 2019 Deadline for returning students to apply for financial aid FAFSA & Clark App Due
May 31, 2019 Nelnet Semester Based Payment Plans– check with Student Accounts for details 1-508-421-3801
June 2019 Fall semester bills available on CashNet for viewing
July 2019 Fall semester payment due
Late August 2019 New Student Orientation
August 26, 2019 Fall First day of classes
November 2019 Spring semester bills available on the CashNet for viewing- Nelnet Semester Based Payment Plan can be set up
December 2019 Spring semester payment due
January 13, 2020 Spring First date of classes

Resources

FAFSA

1-800-433-3243

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College Board

1-305-829-9793

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Nelnet Semester Based Payment Plan

1-800-722-4867

View Monthly Payment Plans

Tuition Exchange Scholarship Program

Tuition exchange

Tuition exchange is an association of colleges and universities offering scholarships to members of faculty and staff families employed at participating institutions. Clark University is a participating member in the Tuition Exchange Scholarship Program.

Member colleges and universities set their own policies and procedures for determining eligibility and sponsoring (certifying) students sent on the exchange as well as determining the requirements for students received or hosted. If you are interested in participating in the program and need information about your eligibility it is important to work with the Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer at your home institution who has been appointed to facilitate exchange matters.

Contact our office 1-508-793-7478 to learn more about the Tuition Exchange program at Clark University.

Learn more about the Tuition Exchange Program

 

Contact Information

Office of Financial Assistance

Mailing Address
  • Clark University
    Office of Financial Assistance
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610
  • 1-508-793-7478
  • 1-508-793-8802 FAX
  • finaid[at]clarku[dot]edu
  • Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.