If you are an international high school student, you could be eligible for scholarships to help pay for the cost of your undergraduate education at Clark University.
Scholarships are offered by Clark and many other organizations.
Your eligibility for scholarships depends on your academic accomplishments, in addition to other factors.
Clark merit scholarships
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. Our Presidential Scholarship requires a separate application; however, the rest of our merit scholarships do not.
Your eligibility for scholarships depends on your academic achievement (those indicated on your application for admission), not on your family need. 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. This includes students who wish to be considered for the Presidential Scholarship. On average, international students at Clark pay $40,000 per year.
If you are awarded a merit scholarship, you will be notified when you receive your admissions decision.
Below are the merit scholarships offered to entering first-year international students at Clark University. The scholarship amounts and descriptions below will be in effect for students starting in Fall 2023.
Richard Traina Scholarship
Robert Goddard Scholarship
Jonas Clark Scholarship
Scarlet Award Scholarship
As an international student, you may be eligible for additional scholarships offered by local, statewide and national organizations.
Below are possible sources and ideas for finding private scholarships.
If you do receive a private scholarship, you must inform the Clark University Office of Financial Assistance in writing. Private scholarships are considered part of your aid package.
Sources of private scholarships
Additional online scholarship searches
Website link: https://www.clarku.edu/offices/financial-aid/prospective-students/international-students/first-year-scholarships/
Nutrience Small Animal Scholarship, Canada
Jim Wakefield Scholarship (School-Leaver Scholarship)
Carole Stewart Arts Graduate Scholarship, Canada
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