We are looking into Susquehanna since we've heard some good things about it. Susquehanna and Clark are both frequently mentioned as schools that are potentially good for B students, but it seems as though Susquehanna might not be as difficult to get into (at least based on the numbers).
Some similarities I know of between the two schools: size of student body, class sizes, both described as places where students get to know the professors, students described as "friendly"
Some differences I know of: setting (Clark is urban), Greek presence at Susquehanna (I read somewhere that it's about 25% at Susquehanna)
I know Clark is known for its Psych department. I've heard good things about Susquehanna's Creative Writing, Graphic Design, Business, and Music Departments.
I've also read somewhere that most of Susquehanna's student body participates in athletics --is that really true?
We visited Clark on a Sat morning but didn't get to see many students so my son couldn't tell whether he felt like he would fit in. (our tour ended at noon, we ate lunch in cafeteria and then left--we were told most kids were probably still sleeping). Any information about the Susquehanna student body would also help, although I know it can be hard to generalize.