Located in Higgins University Center, the Office of Student Leadership & Programming provides members of the Clark community with opportunities to create and sustain a culture of campus engagement, leadership development, and co-curricular learning. Student Leadership & Programming encourages collaboration, personal and professional development, and the empowerment of student leaders to create change. We aim to enhance the quality of student and campus life through coordinating event services, and ensuring that the Center is both a welcoming place to gather and a space for social, educational, and artistic purposes.
Higgins University Center
The Higgins University Center is a four-story campus union building that teems with activities representing the engaging and active spirit of Clark’s campus. The building serves as a planning and gathering center for various student organizations. The center hosts students, campus departments, campus and community partners, external clients, and visitors.
Ground Floor (basement)
Here you can find the Grind, a casual gathering space; the Copy Center; the main mailroom and loading dock; the Craft Studio; and the main kitchen for campus dining services.
On this floor are located the Information Desk; the main dining hall; the Bistro; the Student Council office; Grace, Lurie, and Rosenblatt conference rooms; Abrahms gallery and cases; and concourse.
Located here are the student mailroom and student mailboxes, vending machines, the Persky conference room, Tilton Hall (function hall and ballroom), and Radio of Clark University.
On this floor, you can find the Office of Student Leadership & Programming, Asher Suite, ClarkU Hillel, Choices, Science Fiction People of Clark, The Scarlet (student newspaper), and OPEN.