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I never heard of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts until today. In a matter of minutes I can see it's a fairly small private school with a big price tag. 58% of student get admitted. That's considered to be "somewhat selective".
77% graduate within six years Tuition and fees: $47,200 ($32,759 average financial aid package)
It looks like a perfect landing spot for students that got turned down by Boston College or Boston University. I suspect employers can do the same thing I just did. If they have a job candidate that went to Clark and another that went to BU, I suspect the BU candidate has an advantage.
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