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Our admissions counselors are here to support you, from your first campus visit to your first day of classes.

If you have any questions about what Clark has to offer — or about how you can become a Clarkie — we encourage you to contact an admissions counselor. We travel throughout the U.S. and internationally, so keep an eye out to see if we will be in your area. We are excited to get to know you — not only through your application, but also through the interactions we have with you and your family.

Have a question? Contact your admissions counselor.

Domestic Students in the U.S.

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Home-Schooled Students

Please contact Assistant Director of Admissions Callie Andrews.

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Transfer Students

Please contact Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions Tom Morgan.

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International Students

Please email the International Admissions Office to be connected to your admissions counselor.

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Callie Andrews

Assistant Director

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

I love Clark because of the richness of history and sense of community! Students at Clark are encouraged to pursue an academic path that is designed specifically for exploration, research, and experience-based learning!

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Rhea Bennett

Rhea Bennett

Assistant Director

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

I love Clark’s commitment to hands-on and experiential learning. Students are truly encouraged to apply what they learn in the classroom to real world projects.

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Emily Dean ’21

Admissions Counselor

Best college search advice?

Don’t be afraid to ask questions! From a question about the application process to wondering about the best ice cream spot near campus, all of us on the admissions team are more than happy to help!

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Lizzy Dorrell

Lizzy Dorrell

Associate Director

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

Clark has an incredible history! Our faculty and students do groundbreaking research, inventing modern rocketry, wind chill factor, and the birth control pill.

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Amy Daly Gardner

Amy Daly Gardner

Associate Dean of International Programs

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

I love Clark because students from all over the world come together to explore who they are both academically and socially in a fun and supportive environment.

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Laura Hauser

Laura Hauser

Senior Assistant Director

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

Clark is a place where students can learn about the world while simultaneously learning about themselves. With a customizable curriculum and a hands-on approach to learning, students leave Clark ready to make a difference in their communities.

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Theresa Malone

Theresa Malone ’01, MA ’09

Director of Admissions

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

Clark students care about each other, our community, and the world. They commit their energy and time to pursuits that make a difference.

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Lydia Mann

Lydia Mann

Director of Admissions

MY BEST COLLEGE SEARCH ADVICE

This process is all about exploration and being open-minded. Browse websites, follow social media channels, visit campuses, and think about who you’d like to be when you graduate from college. And ask admissions officers lots of questions!

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portrait of counselor Tom Morgan

Tom Morgan

Senior Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

Clark strikes an important balance between study in a demanding liberal arts curriculum and practice in the field and in our communities. Clark is forging its own path in higher education.

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Christopher Calene

Christopher Muñoz-Calene

Associate Director of Admissions for Access and Partnerships

WHY DO YOU LOVE CLARK?

We have a community of collaboration. Around campus, there is an underlying sense of “working together” rather than “working against.” Questions like, “How can I help?” are not rare.

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Que Vo

Que Vo

Senior Assistant Director of Admissions for Global Outreach

My Best College Search Advice

Don’t panic if you do not know what field of study you’d like to pursue yet! You are not alone, and it is not unusual for students to use their first few semesters to explore different academic disciplines before declaring their major.

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Neeko Zeno

Neeko Zeno

Admissions Counselor

MY BEST COLLEGE SEARCH ADVICE

Take your time during the process, visit as many schools as you can, and ultimately choose the school that fits you academically, socially, and perhaps athletically.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Office Hours
  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

    Selected Saturdays in the Fall and Spring