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College isn’t just about acquiring knowledge. It’s about sharing yourself, pushing your limits, and finding connection. That’s the good stuff.

Time spent inside the classroom is a vital part of your college experience, but what you accomplish outside the classroom can be just as satisfying — and inspiring — and just as important to your success.

Clark offers many outlets and opportunities to lead, serve, and enjoy yourself. Try your hand at a new board game with the Science Fiction People of Clark. Rally your peers in support of a cause you believe in as a member of the Clark Student Council. Keep in shape through intramural athletics.

However you choose to be involved at Clark, you’ll find countless chances to make new friends, stretch your comfort zone, and create lifelong memories. You’ll get to know people from different communities, and maybe even build your own. So get up, get out, and get going.

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Your niche awaits

Clubs and Student Organizations

Clark offers more than 130 student clubs and organizations in everything from the performing arts to club sports, environmental activism to community work. Find your joy, indulge your passion, and connect with your crew. And if we don’t have what you’re looking for, you can start a new group.

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Serve your campus

Leadership and Service

Clark students enjoy many opportunities to serve the campus and beyond. Whether you’re participating in the Emerging Leaders Institute, working as a resident or peer adviser, or providing emergency medical services on the Clark University Rapid Response team, your contributions are valued.

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Keep moving

Recreation and Intramurals

All Clark students are encouraged to engage in physical activity, in whatever way fits their health and conditioning goals (and busy schedules). Clark’s full slate of intramural and recreational sports allows you to indulge your love of the game and play your heart out.

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In the Spotlight

Sea-list Celebrities

Liam Day ’19 and Jaime Silverman ’19 earned Kennedy Center awards for their design work on “The Little Mermaid.”

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