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Clark aspires to build an inclusive learning environment that links with our academic mission to build new knowledge and seek truth everywhere. Our university is dynamic, multicultural, and always striving to be better.

We believe each student deserves a learning experience that merges the distinctiveness of the individual with the power of community. Your perspectives, your talents, your history, and your voice are critical toward sustaining a campus that celebrates difference and fosters respect for all.

Academics

Center for Gender, Race, and Area Studies (CGRAS)

The Center for Gender, Race, and Area Studies is an academic hub comprising interdisciplinary programs, from Africana Studies to Women’s and Gender Studies.

Diversity and Inclusion Courses

As part of its LEEP (Liberal Arts and Effective Practice) curriculum, Clark requires all students to fulfill a Diversity and Inclusion course requirement.

Gathering Together

library area

McCann Resource Room

A space for students of color and first-generation students to meet, gather, do homework, and develop community.

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Fireside Lounge

The Dana Commons Fireside Lounge is Clark University’s hub for inclusion-related programs and events.

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MOSAIC

A multicultural coalition that brings together Clark’s cultural- and identity-based student-run organizations and groups.