Clark Atlanta University is a private institution that was started in 1988. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 3,318, its environment is urban, and the campus size is 126 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its tuition/fees are $24,157
Clark Atlanta University formed when two independent, historically African-American schools Atlanta University and Clark College merged together in 1988. Today the university offers nearly 40 areas of study, including graduate programs in business and education, to a racially diverse student body. learners at Clark Atlanta University can make the most of their studies by utilizing the Career Planning and Placement Center, where they can participate in mock interviews, perfect résumés, find internships and attend career fairs. learners at Clark Atlanta can get involved by running for student government and by joining more than 60 campus clubs, including several fraternities and sororities.
Student athletes can try out for the many Clark Atlanta University Panthers sports teams, which participate in the NCAA Division II Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Many notable people have passed through Clark Atlanta and the two founding schools, including Henry O. Flipper, who became the first African-American man to graduate from the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, and civil rights activist and writer W.E.B. DuBois, who taught social work at the university.