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For students and their families, the summer leading up to the start of college can be both an exciting and overwhelming time. To help you navigate the next few months, we have created a series of webinars to answer your questions about life at Clark, financial aid, student accounts, student services, and more. You will be receiving emails to register for a webinar.

Below you will find the schedule of webinars, links to join them, and recordings if you cannot attend.

Webinar Schedule & Recordings

Mon, May 18—4 pm
Financial Aid

Jennifer Lawton, director of financial aid, shared her thoughts on how to make a stress-free financial aid process for your time at Clark.

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Tues, May 26—4 pm
Housing and Dining Applications

Kate Sawicki, director of residential life and housing, will be here to discuss housing assignments, meal plan selection, and the residential experience.

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Wed, June 3—4 pm
First-Year Class Registration

Meet Director Evette Walters and Assistant Director Tyra Lewis of the Academic Advising Center to discuss first-year registration and beyond.

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Wed, June 10—4 pm
Counseling and Wellness

Megan Kersting, director of the Center for Counseling and Personal Growth, and Erica Beachy, director of wellness education, will talk to students and families about the programs and services available for students during their time at Clark.

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Wed, June 17—4 pm
Student Accessibility Services

Tom Sawicki, director of student accessibility services, will discuss formal accommodations that can be made for students with a diagnosis covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Wed, June 24—4pm
Student Accounts

Laura Maloney, assistant director of student accounts, will discuss payment plans and how to view your student account.

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Mon, June 29—4pm
Multicultural and First-Generation Student Support (MFGSS)

Members of the MFGSS staff will join you to talk about the opportunities and programs available to support our students of color, first-generation students, and community members identifying as marginalized populations.

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Tue, July 14—4 pm
Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Michael Vidal, director of diversity & inclusive excellence, is excited to talk with new students and families about the Clark University commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Beyond that, Michael will discuss what initiatives cover university-wide constructs and those that are directly student facing.

Tue, July 21—4pm
Leadership, Clubs, and Organizations

Allie Shilling, director of student leadership & programming, will lead a discussion on the leadership opportunities Clark provides for students, as well as the role that clubs and organizations play in providing robust student engagement.

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Wed, July 29—4pm
Career Connections Center

Elizabeth Gittens, associate director of early career development, is excited to share the life cycle of opportunities the Career Connections Center provides for students. This work covers everything from reviewing the résumés of incoming to discussing on-campus employment, and all the way through to alumni networking.

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Contact Information

Dean of Students

Office Location
  • 2nd Floor,
    Shaich Family Alumni and Student Engagement Center
  • 1-508-793-7423
Office Hours
  • 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday (closed from noon to 1 p.m.)