If you are an international student applying to your first year of undergraduate study at Clark University, you could be eligible for merit scholarships offered by the University.
When you send in your admissions application, you will be considered automatically for several merit scholarships. The Presidential Scholarship requires a separate application.
Your eligibility for scholarships depends on your academic achievement (those indicated on your application for admission), not on your family's needs. However, international students who may qualify for scholarships are still expected to demonstrate the ability to cover a significant percentage of the cost of their education. On average, international students at Clark pay $35,000 per year.
Clark Merit Presidential Scholarships, USA 2022-23 is available to undertake Undergraduate level programs at Clark University.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Presidential Scholarship is awarded to approximately five students each year. It provides full-tuition, on-campus room and board for all four years, regardless of a family’s financial need.
The Presidential Scholarship is a prestigious award for students whose academic record and leadership potential place them at the top of Clark’s applicant pool.
Requires two additional scholarship essays due Feb. 1 for all applicants. Regular Decision applicants have until Feb. 1. EA/ED applicants who submit scholarship applications after Dec. 1 but before Feb. 1 will receive notification of their scholarship status in March.
If you are interested in the Presidential Scholarship, simply check that option when you fill out the Common Application (available after Aug. 1).
You’ll then receive detailed information — including the topics of the two short essays — on how to apply for the scholarship. The final deadline for submitting the essays is Feb. 1, for Early Action, Early Decision and Regular Decision candidates.
Students will be notified in March if they have been selected for an interview.
The Admissions Committee chooses finalists based on the strength of their applications for admission and other criteria identified by the committee. Last year, the committee reviewed more than 450 scholarship applications from the U.S. and around the world before inviting 15 finalists for interviews; of those 15, five were awarded the scholarship and became members of the incoming class. Typically, one or two international students receive this award each year.