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We’re proud to be your partner in student success.

As a small liberal arts-based research university, we have the opportunity to evaluate each applicant on an individual, in-depth basis. We’re grateful for your partnership throughout each student’s journey as you help them find the perfect college match, and thrilled to provide you with information and resources about Clark.

If you are able to visit campus, let us know — we’d love to take you to lunch as a small way of saying “thank you.”

First-Year Profile (Class of 2023)

  • Applications: approximately 7,200
  • Acceptance Rate: 47%
  • Target Class Size: 600
  • Domestic students of color: 28%
  • International students: 10%
  • Top Five States: Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, California, and Maine
  • States Represented: 40
  • Countries Represented: 27
  • Mean GPA: 3.66
  • Mid 50% SAT*: 1250 to 1410
  • Mid 50% ACT*:  28 to 33

*Based on the 57% of admitted students who submitted test scores

  • Students receiving need-based financial assistance: 65%      
  • Average merit scholarship*:  $17,119

*All applicants are considered for merit scholarships without needing to submit financial aid forms or standardized test scores.

Contact Information

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Office Hours
  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

    Selected Saturdays in the Fall and Spring