- Enrollment Fee: $100
- International Student Service Fee: $200
- Student Service Fee: $300
- Graduate School Activity Fee: $40
- IDCE Activity Fee: $50
Based on 12 courses
Clark University offers merit-based scholarships to qualified U.S. and international students with excellent academic qualifications and who have demonstrated leadership in their work experience. These scholarships can vary by department and programs. Merit-based scholarships are assessed during the application review process and no additional application is required.
International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) offers scholarships that range from 40 to 100 percent. IDCE scholars make up an important part of the IDCE community; they search for thoughtful, realistic and innovative approaches to international development while advancing social change, building community, and promoting environmental sustainability. IDCE also offers program specific merit-based fellowships.
Clark offers a limited number of salaried teaching, research, and/or graduate assistantships (TAs, RAs, and GAs) each semester. These are announced to current students by email during the first week of classes each semester. To apply for these positions, email the appropriate office with a résumé and cover letter detailing your relevant experience.
It is not possible to apply in advance for any TA, RA, or GA position. You must wait until you have arrived on campus, as TAs, RAs, and GAs must be available to work a set number of hours.
Federal and private student loan programs are available to graduate students. You may apply for loans if you are a degree-seeking graduate student enrolled at least half time and you are a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. Loans must be repaid, usually after graduation, so you should not borrow more than you need or are able to repay.