Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees for Academic Year 2015 - 2016

Clark is committed to making our exceptional educational experience affordable. Welcoming students of all income levels is at the very heart of who we are. When financial aid is factored in, many students are surprised to find that the cost of attending Clark is comparable to or less than that of a state school.
Clark just might be your most affordable option.

— President David P. Angel

Undergraduate Tuition

(Graduate Tuition)

$41,590

Lifestyle Housing Packages  
Traditional Lifestyle Housing Triple (includes either all access, 15, 12 or 10 meal plan) $8,000
Traditional Lifestyle Housing Double (includes either all access, 15, 12 or 10 meal plan) $8,200
Traditional Lifestyle Housing Single (includes either all access, 15, 12 or 10 meal plan) $10,300
Suite Lifestyle Housing Double/Triple (includes either all access, 15, 12 or 10 meal plan) $8,450
Suite Lifestyle Housing Single (includes either all access, 15, 12 or 10 meal plan) $10,600
Apartment Lifestyle Housing Double (includes 5 meals per week plan) $7,310
Apartment Lifestyle Housing Single (includes 5 meals per week plan) $9,480
(Graduate Housing Details)  
   
Meal Plans  
All Access PLUS $4,140
All Access $3,500
15 Meals $3,500
12 Meals $3,500
10 Meals $3,500
100 Meal Block $2,700
5 Meals per week $1,780

(Meal Plan Descriptions)

Charges That Apply to New Students Only:
Application Fee (undergraduate) $60
Contingency Deposit (refundable) $50
Orientation Fee $200
International and Early Arrival Orientation Fee $250
Transfer Orientation Fee $100
Spring Orientation Fee (new students) $100
Other Fees:
Student Activity Fee $350
Clark Student Health Insurance
***Billed in Fall Semester only***
$1,829
Deposits
Admissions Deposit $400
Residence Hall Deposit $100
Tuition Deposit (upper-class students) $500
Note: Costs are subject to change year to year.