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All Clark College students must get their new Student ID Number beginning October 31

On Thursday, October 31, Clark College upgraded to the state’s new software system to manage student registration, tuition payment, financial aid, and other student records. Moving forward, in order to access any of these online systems, students must log into the new system to receive their new Student ID Number and activate their new MyClark account. All students should get their new MyClark account activated as soon as possible. You will not be able to register for winter term classes, check your transcripts, or complete other online activities until you have done so.

It may be easier to activate your new account with help from our TechHub staff, who are present in both Cannell Library and Scarpelli Hall room 135B. Information about TechHub hours and services are available on their web page. They are also available by phone at 360-992-2010 or 360-992-2431.

Assistive technology

Clark College recommends that those requiring assistive technology to use their MyClark accounts contact Disability Support Services at 360-992-2314 to schedule an appointment for one-on-one help.  

 

Water Station 1 construction project and impacts on the main campus

The City of Vancouver is beginning Phase 2 of its Water Station 1 construction project, located to the north of Clark College’s main campus. This construction, which is anticipated to continue through late 2021, will affect the main campus in several ways that we want you to be aware of:

Though the City and its contractors will work to reduce impacts where possible, some disruption—including noise, dust, tree removal, and heavy-equipment traffic—is inevitable. The college will work with the City to mitigate its effect on the college community as much as possible.

While this construction may create some inconvenience for our community here at the college, it is important to the future sustainability of the greater Vancouver community. Water Station 1 is the city’s largest source of drinking water. For more information about the project, visit www.cityofvancouver.us/water. Questions about the construction project can be directed to constructioninfo@cityofvancouver.us.

 

Last updated November 6, 2019 at 6:11 a.m.

 

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