Clark University Educational Studies Program

Student Registration Will Open on October 13!

So what is Splash?

Clark University’s Educational Studies Program (ESP) is a student volunteer run organization. Our biannual event, Splash, offers a full day of over 100 classes taught by Clark students to over 400 local students in grades 5-12. We believe that by giving students the opportunity and freedom to take classes outside of the traditional K-12 curriculum, they will become more curious, motivated, and engaged learners as they kindle new and old passions.

Splash classes include introductions to advanced academic topics, hands on experiments, discussions of current issues, and visual and performing arts lessons. To see the full course catalog and register for classes, click the Student Registration link above.

Program vitals:

Who: Splash is open to all students in grades 5-12

When: Sunday, November 15 from 10:00am – 5:00pm

Where: Clark University

 950 Main St.
 Worcester, MA 01610

Cost: Free! Lunch is included.


How: To register for classes simply create a student account and follow the registration instructions. Please be sure to have a parent/guardian complete the liability waiver and bring it with you to Splash.


If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at clarkuesp@gmail.com.






Last modified by coreybernstein on Aug. 27, 2015 at 01:23 p.m.