Location
Worcester, MA
Undergrads
2,253
Tuition
$38,450
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Campus Dining: The food on campus is fair. It is typical cafeteria food, but there are always a lot of options, so there is never a day when you can't find anything to eat.

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Campus Dining: The food is great in terms of convenience and quantity, but its quality leaves much to be desired.

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Campus Dining: The food is not impressive but suffices, and it can occasionally be pretty good.

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Campus Dining: It's good for the first few weeks, until you begin to notice that you had the same food a few days ago. Your best bet would be the stir-fry. Don't shy away from the waffle maker or the cereal section, either. Desperate times call for desperate measures when you're hungry.

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Campus Dining: The food on campus is decent-the caf offers a lot of options, including a daily sandwich bar and other healthy options.

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Campus Dining: You have three choices on campus: the Caf, the Bistro, and Jazzman's. The Caf is buffet-style and one meal price for all-you-can-eat, and there are different options for all your dietary needs, like vegan and kosher. The Bistro, affectionately called `the Beast,' is more for fast food and has a nicer atmosphere for study groups. Jazzman's Café is the nicest and has really yummy pastries, muffins, and desserts. It also offers yogurt parfaits, sandwiches, and salads.

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Campus Dining: Blah! Clark food sucks. Order out whenever possible, or cook for yourself.

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Campus Dining: The food on campus is terrible.

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Campus Dining: I hate the food. It's bland and pricey. As soon as I could, I dropped the meal plan like a stack of hot bricks and moved off campus to an apartment with a kitchen. Invest in a microwave and mini-fridge, because you are going to want to eat in.

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Campus Dining: I'm not a huge fan of the food; you just have to pick and choose what you like in the Café and Bistro.

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Campus Dining: The Bistro is decent, Café is horrible.

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Campus Dining: It is very easy to be vegan or vegetarian at Clark. The salad bar and vegan area are open at every meal, and the Café is also stocked with soy milk.

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Diversity: There are a lot of international students. The problem is that a lot of the diversity is unnoticeable because people separate themselves into groups.

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Diversity: We have people from over 90 countries.

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Diversity: Clark is relatively diverse, but too cliquish to be of any relevance.

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Diversity: About 10 percent of the students on campus are international students, and there's a good amount of variance between the American students, as well. Unfortunately, people find their clumps, so I'd recommend branching out and meeting new people; hang out in new groups you normally wouldn't.

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Diversity: The campus is very diverse, and international students make up a large portion of the student population.

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Diversity: There is a bit of diversity. There are lots of international students from all over the globe. I have become friends with many different types of people from many different places.

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Diversity: You have everyone coming from a different part of the world-Japan, China, Thailand, India, Ukraine, and Spain, just to name a few.

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Diversity: It's more diverse than an average campus, but there's still a lot to be desired.

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Diversity: Diversity on campus is huge. We are not just racially diverse, but also ethnically, nationally, and socioeconomically. Each and every Clarkie is different, and the saying, `Categorizing people isn't something you can do here' is really true.

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Diversity: Diversity is one of the best things about the Clark campus. I visit friends at schools without diversity like Clark, and I feel like I am stuck in an Abercrombie & Fitch catalog. We have diversity of ethnicity and race, but more importantly, we have a diversity of ideas and background and class. This diversity is key in opening the minds of students.

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Diversity: The campus has a great deal of international students and a lot of international clubs.

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Diversity: Clark has one of the highest percentages of international students, which gives it a different feel than a lot of other schools in the area. I don't know about specific groups of people, but there is definitely a variety of people here. While there is the occasional splitting up of the groups, people interact with everyone else on a regular basis; it's hard not to in such a small school, which is nice because you feel like you can be friends with anyone.

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Diversity: Not a large population of African Americans, although the administration has been trying to change that. There is a lot of religious and ethnic diversity.

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Jonas Clark Hall Jonas Clark Hall Jonas Clark Hall houses the University's psychology, economics, communications, and education departments, along with numerous classrooms and one of many computer labs on campus.
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Angela Wu
Hometown
Bellevue, WA
Major
Undecided
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The students say it best: Clark is a great place to spend four important—perhaps the most important—years of your life. Those who go to Clark report being glad they went. They say that they learned what they wanted to learn in their major, had a lot of fun, and grew up in the process. No campus is perfect, but despite Clark’s flaws, students still manage to fall in love with it and pursue their degrees until the end. Clark’s strengths lie in its academics, its community, and the city in which it resides. Even though that same city gives rise to some of Clark’s largest problems, it also exemplifies the diversity that Clark strives to provide for its students on campus. The city’s restaurants also provide a welcome escape from Clark’s dreadful meal plan!

Although Clark suffers from a poor social scene, low enthusiasm for organized sports, New England weather, and the double-edged sword of apathy and tolerance, Clarkies leave the school realizing that they have just lived through an incredible academic and social experience. It is an experience that stays with them throughout their lives via Clark’s professional reputation, as well as the bonds formed with professors and fellow Clarkies. Students agree: By the time graduation day rolls around, you will be equipped to face the world as an educated adult, but you will wish you had just a little more time at Clark.

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