For the 2023-2024 academic year, Clark is pleased to offer townhouse-style apartments in Worcester State University’s Chandler Village. Approximately 75 Clark graduate students will live in Chandler Village in apartments with other Clark students.
Each Chandler Village Apartment houses 4, 8, 9, 10, or 11 people and has a kitchen and common area. Bedrooms are designed for 1 or 2 people. A laundry room is centrally located within each complex. Chandler Village has a full-time, live-in, professional residence director and 2 dedicated graduate resident advisers to support community building amongst Clark graduate students. Interested in learning more about Chandler Village? Take a virtual tour of an apartment here.
Benefits of Living in Campus Housing
- Facilities Management helps to maintain our on-campus facilities and provides the following to on-campus students: walkway shoveling during the winter months, trash and recycling removal, and addressing work requests for any apartment issues at no cost. Facilities Management provides repairs as needed 24/7 (within reason; emergencies are prioritized and general maintenance is deferred to business hours).
- All rooms come fully furnished. Individual bedrooms come with a twin extra-long mattress and frame, a desk and chair, a closet/wardrobe or set of drawers. Common areas have furniture such as: a coffee table and couch and kitchens include a table, chairs, refrigerator, and microwaves. Additionally, laundry facilities are available to all on-campus residents.
- Students have direct access to on-campus resources, such as Residential Life & Housing and University Police. If students are having any issues on-campus, they can connect directly with a Community Director or reach out to Residential Life & Housing so we can assist.
- Living on-campus provides ease with applications and the housing process. Students sign individual housing contracts and do not have to worry about filling an apartment or having to find roommates. Residential Life & Housing offers 10-month contracts or semester-only contracts. Summer Housing is available at a separate cost.
While our single rate has not changed, double occupancy rooms are available to graduate students at a new lower rate.
|Term/Room Type||Contract Period||Total Cost|
|10-Month Single Room||8/1/2023 – 5/31/2024||$10,550 ($5,275/semester)|
|Fall Semester Only Single Room||8/1/2023 – 12/20/2023||$5,275|
|Spring Semester Only Single Room||1/7/2024 – 5/31/2024||$5,275|
Please note that these rates include security features and all utilities (heat, electricity, high-speed internet).
As always, graduate students can purchase a meal plan for Clark University’s dining hall and cafés. More information on Clark graduate meal plans can be found here.
Students can also purchase a dining plan at Worcester State. More information on dining at WSU can be found on their dining page.
Clark University will be providing a free daily shuttle service to WSU, with pick-ups each hour. Information on the shuttle service, including schedule, can be found here.
If you plan to have a vehicle on campus, you will receive a commuter parking pass for Clark when you purchase a parking pass for WSU.
How to Reserve Graduate Housing
If you are interested in living in Chandler Village for this academic year, please complete the 2022-2023 Housing Application in the Housing & Dining portal. Applications for 2023-2024 will open on April 1, 2023.
Once you submit the form you will sign a modified Clark University and Worcester University Housing Contract, select your preference between single and double room, and list any roommate requests. Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis.