You are an international student if you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Yes. Clark offers a limited number of need-based grants in addition to merit scholarships for international students. You will be automatically considered for most merit scholarships. Separate essays are required to be considered for two merit scholarships: the Presidential LEEP Scholarship and the Global Scholars Program Scholarship.
To be considered for need-based awards, you should complete the College Scholarship Service (CSS) PROFILE. For additional information regarding international student aid, learn more about Clark merit scholarships for international first-year students and Clark merit scholarships for international transfer students.
International students are not eligible for financial aid from the state of Massachusetts or the U.S. government.
Currently, international first-year students are eligible for five merit scholarships: the International Traina Scholarship, the International Achievement Scholarship, the International Jonas Clark Scholarship, the Presidential LEEP Scholarship and the Global Scholars Scholarship. All international first-year students are automatically considered for the first three scholarships. Separate essays are required to be considered for the Presidential LEEP Scholarship and the Global Scholars Program Scholarship.
International transfer students are eligible for three merit scholarships: the International Traina Scholarship, the International Achievement Scholarship and the International Jonas Clark Scholarship.
All international students who apply to Clark are automatically considered for merit scholarships.
All international students seeking need-based financial assistance must complete the College Scholarship Service (CSS) PROFILE.
If you only wish to be considered for merit scholarships, you do not need to submit the CSS PROFILE.
Although there are a limited number of part-time, on-campus jobs for international students, the income from these jobs is only sufficient to provide “pocket money”; you will not earn enough income to pay for a significant portion of your educational expenses. The U.S. government prohibits international students from working outside the University.
Yes. There are private loans available for international students; however, we strongly encourage families to consider all the ways to pay for an education before applying for any private alternative loan. Learn more about private loans available to international students.
Yes. Learn more about payment plans available to international students and their families.
Clark offers families the option of fixing the tuition rate for four years at the first-year level. To do this, families pay four years of tuition the first year, thereby “locking” into the tuition rate of the student’s first year.