What Amount of Financial Aid is Available?
$33,004 is the normal Clark University's freshman financial aid plan. Around 90.0% of new students get some money for college, most of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.
Financial aid helps decrease the cost, or the "sticker" price of the school. However, know that the only true college discount are scholarships & grants.
We feel that loan debt should be thought of as an "outcome" instead of "aid". Learn more about student loan debt at Clark.
Number of Clark Grants & Scholarships
The numbers below apply to grants and scholarships mainly provided by the college itself.
89.0% of incoming freshmen (546 total) were given scholarships at Clark University, averaging $24,224 per student. This puts it in the top 20th percentile of all schools in the nation.
As well as scholarships, 22.0% of freshmen (134 total) received federal grant aid, for about $6,691 a person.
View the typical amount of grants and scholarships first years receive by studying the chart below.
Grants are normally based on need while scholarships are based on merit or ability.
How Financial Need Affects Aid
The following chart shows scholarship and grant allocations by family income for first year students receiving any kind of federal Title IV assistance, which includes Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||26.5%||$17,186|
The graph above shows students who are receiving Title IV aid which is federal aid from the government including loans, grants or work-study. Learn more.
$25,051 is the Average Amount an Undergrad Receives in Scholarships or Grants
Of the 2,204 undergraduate students at Clark University around 87.0% (1,918 in total) receive some kind of grant aid. The standard amount granted was $25,051.
Financial Aid Links from Clark University
|Financial Aid Department Website||https://www.clarku.edu/offices/financial-aid/current-undergraduate-students/|
|Net Price Calculator||www.clarku.edu/resources|