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Clark is a vibrant living and learning community where students are encouraged to engage in a wide range of organizations, activities and programs.

On and off campus, you will blend entrepreneurial thought and liberal education with action, realize your strengths and leadership capability, and have fun discovering what you love to do. Our students’ widespread interests reflect the diverse cultural, ethnic, and geographic backgrounds of the Clark population, nurtured in an environment that values self-respect, civility, good judgment and inclusiveness. Through close collaboration and communication among faculty, staff, students and their families, we work hard to ensure that every student is empowered to have a transformative Clark experience.

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Dean of Students

Recognizing that education is a process occurring both inside and outside the classroom, the Dean of Students staff is concerned with your well-being as a person living and learning in a community of scholars. As a result, you should feel free to consult with staff members in this office about any aspect of life at Clark — personal or academic.

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Counseling and Personal Growth

The mission of the Center for Counseling and Personal Growth is to promote the well-being of Clark students. We recognize and appreciate each student’s individual and unique personality, and are honored to play a part in helping students succeed emotionally and intellectually. Services are confidential and free of charge.

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Wellness Education

Clark is committed to creating a campus culture of equitable wellness, resilience, and adaptability. Clark’s Wellness Education provides services and programming aim to increase students’ education, skills, supports, and practices needed to build a holistically healthy lifestyle.

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Identity, Student Engagement, and Access (ISEA)

The Office of Identity, Student Engagement, and Access (ISEA) helps students of African-, Latinx-, Asian/Desi-, and Native/Indigenous-American (ALANA), Pacific Islander and multiracial descent, as well as first-generation college students, develop and implement their academic, leadership and career goals. This office offers mentoring and training, and coordinates pre-orientation programs for ALANA and first-generation students.

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Residential Life and Housing

More than 1,750 undergraduate and graduate students reside in the University’s nine residence halls and 14 houses, and Residential Life and Housing ensures these homes-away-from-home allow for academic pursuits, personal interactions, educational opportunities and social events. The office encourages freedom of action and self-expression in these living and learning communities.

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Student Leadership & Programming

The Office of Student Leadership & Programming works closely with student clubs and organizations to plan and implement activities and learning opportunities — including the Week One orientation program — to support students’ personal growth, character development, and interpersonal connections within the context of positive and engaging co-curricular experiences.