The A. James Clark Scholars Program at Stevens Institute of Technology was made possible thanks to a generous gift by the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation to honor the legacy of the late A. James Clark, a noted engineer, philanthropist and founder of the Maryland-based Clark Construction Group LLC, one of the nation’s leading privately-held construction companies.

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Clark Scholars Eligibility

The Clark Scholars Program is an invitation-only scholarship program for exceptional, high-performing students who are traditionally underrepresented in the engineering fields and exhibit a passion for “making a difference.” Invitations will be extended at the time of admission. There are no additional application requirements, and the program will only be available to incoming full-time, first-year students. Clark Scholars will be selected based on:

  • Financial need. To be considered for this program, applicants are required to file both the FAFSA and CSS Profile by the established deadlines.
  • High academic achievement
  • Demonstrated leadership
  • Community involvement

Program Requirements

Clark Scholars are expected to remain active participants in all required Clark Scholars programming throughout their undergraduate experience and must:

  • Pursue a rigorous curriculum of engineering, computer science or cybersecurity
  • Maintain a 3.2 GPA
  • Take a minimum of two business classes
  • Volunteer in community service activities

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