STAND is a national student led Anti-Genocide Coalition, including over 600 high school and college chapters dedicated to putting an end to genocide and mass atrocities. STAND was founded after the Darfur Genocide but has expanded to a worldwide focus
Clark students are involved in many different activities on campus - from sports, student government, the arts, political activism, and journalism, to community service or cultural exchange. These clubs and organizations provide all types of experiences
Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on Clark's campus.
Activist United members are dedicated to advocacy, education and action for a just and equitable society. Members work on local and international issues with a focus on creating strong communities and community organizing.
ADDA is a student run dance performance group that draws from music and dance styles from the African Diaspora which includes afro beats, coupe decale, hip hop, r&b, dancehall and much more. Our shows are put on in both the Fall and Spring semester.
The All Kinds of Girls program aims to cultivate pride, leadership, self-esteem and self-expression in girls ages 9-15. Run by undergraduate women at Clark University, this program provides girls a safe space in which to use their voices,
Amnesty International is a human-rights organization that is recognized globally. Clark's Amnesty chapter is dedicated to raising awareness about human-rights abuses around the world and working to demand dignity world wide.
We the Arboretum Advocates of Clark University speak for the trees of the Hadwen Arboretum, Clark Campus and the Worcester Community. As a group we seek to spread appreciation for the green spaces within our city and work towards the preservation of thes