Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Clark College's Spring Term will begin April 20; moving courses on-line. See myCLARK for Students
Clark is currently operating remotely during Covid-19 Outbreak. See College Directory for contact information.
The global COVID-19 outbreak is altering every facet of modern life, including higher education. Clark College is rapidly adapting its operations to make sure students can continue their educational pursuit without risking their health or the health of others. Last updated: March 26, 2020.
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Clark College has delayed the start of Spring Term until April 20.
- Clark has moved to remote operations through Monday, April 6 to comply with Governor Inslee's Stay Home Stay Healthy order effective March 25. Only essential personnel will be allowed on campus between March 25 and April 6.
- College staff is available by email/phone to enroll, advise, support, and answer students' questions leading up to spring quarter. See contact list.
- Spring classes are being moved online. In some cases, classes will be taught remotely, with the professor delivering lectures in real time through video conferencing, while students participate remotely.
- Clark is modifying certain professional technical and science labs that require in-person hands-on learning. The college will follow state directives to implement safe distancing practices.
- Students who are already registered do not need to make any changes. Their instructor will contact them prior to the start of the term with more detail about their individual class.
- Tuition payment are now due April 27.
- Financial aid will be disbursed beginning April 10.
- Child and Family Studies (child care) will be open in a limited capacity.
- ALL college activities: Canceled through Friday, April 24.
- ALL spring events: Canceled through April 30.
- Email your questions about Clark College and COVID-19: email@example.com
- For a list of ways to contact student services remotely, use this directory.
- Washington State Department of Health
- Clark County Public Health
- Call the state hotline: 800-525-0127