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Academic & Pre-Professional (Academic)

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

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.

Activists United (formerly Peaceworks)

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.

African Diaspora Dance Association (ADDA)

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.

All Kinds of Girls (AKOG)

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

Amnesty International works to shine a light on local and global abuses of human rights and injustices to achieve dignity for all people.

Arboretum Advocates of Clark University (Arboretum Advocates)

We the Arboretum Advocates of Clark University speak for the trees of the Hadwen Arboretum, Clark Campus and the Worcester Community. Our weekly meetings are Wednesdays at 7pm in Jefferson 202

Arts and Performance

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

Asian Culture Society (ACS)

Founded in 1986, the Asian Culture Society enhances the Clark community by providing opportunities to learn about and experience Asian cultures. It has also worked in conjunction with other organizations to sponsor international cultural celebrations.

Association of Martial Artists of Clark (AMAC)

The Association of Martial Artists at Clark (AMAC) is dedicated to providing a space for martial artists to continue their training, regardless of style or past experience. See full description for training times.

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