The campus is compact, with most of the major buildings located within the space of a single city block. The center of campus is known as the Green. The Green is a hub for student activity, and is where most Clarkies spend their time during the warm months. It is the location of Spree Day, the welcome back BBQ, several clubs' events and graduation.
Clark on-campus students live in graduate student housing and apartments within walking distance of campus. In addition to a broad range of dining, cultural, shopping, and entertainment options in Worcester, student enjoy easy access to on-campus amenities ranging from cafes and computer labs to an extensive library, and full-size gym.
Clark's campus is located in the heart of Worcester, Mass., the second-largest city in New England. Known for its diverse population and comfortable cost of living, Worcester is the ideal location for graduate students. Added to many varied cultural events, restaurants, civic opportunities and significant green space is near to Boston, New York City, beaches, state and national parks.
Worcester offers boundless cultural and recreational opportunities. The city's restaurants, from the fine-dining establishments of Shrewsbury Street to the neighborhood diners that serve hearty appetites into the wee hours, are a food-lover's dream.
Broadway-quality shows hit town at the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts and the hiking trails in the Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary carve out a natural oasis within the city limits.
Students can be also at the foot of Mount Monadnock, New Hampshire, or dive into the surf at Narragansett Beach in Rhode Island, or make a dinner run to Boston's North End—all within an hour's time.
On campus, Clark students can choose from more than 100 clubs and organizations but the school does not have a Greek system.
Residential life and housing office provides a living environment that allows for academic pursuits, interpersonal interactions, educational opportunities and social events. The environment created is intended to encourage freedom of action and self-expression within the context of community responsibility.
Students entering Clark must live on campus for the first two years unless their primary address is within 40 km of campus.
The most popular industries for Clark graduates are non-profit, finance and business, high tech, healthcare and communications. Recent employers include Bloomberg, Forbes Magazine, the Ministry of Spain, New York State Psychiatric Institute, the Peace Corps and Teach for America.