If you are a U.S. college student transferring to Clark University, you could be eligible for scholarships to help pay for the cost of your undergraduate education.
Scholarships are offered by Clark and many local, state and national organizations. Scholarships may or may not be tied to your financial need.
Clark merit scholarships
If you are from the United States and you are transferring to Clark, in most cases you will be considered automatically for Clark’s merit scholarships for transfer students.
Top consideration for Clark’s merit scholarships goes to admitted students who have excelled in secondary school and college and whose academic achievement and personal qualities indicate they will perform at the highest level when they enroll at the University.
Keep in mind that:
- Decisions about which scholarship, if any, you will receive will be based on your academic qualifications (those indicated on your application for admission), not on your family’s financial need.
- If you are awarded a merit scholarship, you will be notified when you receive your admissions decision.
- If you receive a scholarship, but your financial need is greater than the amount of your scholarship, you may be eligible for additional assistance through a combination of grants, loans and work-study. Read more about need-based financial aid.
- To be considered, you must be transferring to Clark from any two- or four-year institution.
- If you have not completed a full year of college credit, your high school record also will be considered.
- You must have submitted your Clark admission application with all supporting credentials by the transfer application deadline.