I have, quite honestly, learned more in my first semester at Clark than I ever have in my entire life. The academics here are very good but in some cases you have to step up your own learning, it isn't always handed to you. All my professors are willing to devote as much time as it takes to finding answers to my questions, be it academic related or otherwise. They all truly respect their students and are so enthusiastic about their subjects. The thing that I really love about Clark it that I'm not just learning academics. I'm learning about...
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Clark University is a diverse and welcoming community of students that all are striving for excellence. As a commuter student I am surprised that a college that is such a treasure has always been located in my community. I am so happy that I chose this school.» Read More
Clark has a wide variety of majors and clubs to choose from. The course offerings allow me to choose what I feel is important to learn about. I felt at home the first time I stepped on campus. I can't wait to attend in the fall.» Read More
Clark University in an excellent school for those looking for a small campus atmosphere with a lot of student-professor interaction. Most classes are taking in a classroom, and even the larger lecture hall classes usually have under 100 students. Clark is also a great college for those who don't know what they want to do in college or for a career.» Read More
Clark is a diverse, dynamic community where everyone is involved in a variety of interesting activities, both academically and extra curricular. Although Clark is in a not-so-nice part of Worcester, it provides students with cheap living and great community service, volunteering and internship opportunities. Clark University offers the small liberal arts feel while providing research opportunities and has a heterogeneous population; something that's hard to come by in a small New England liberal arts school.» Read More