Clark College is a supporter of the Portland-Vancouver USA "Land Here, Live Here" initiative.
The program was designed by more than 200 business professionals who volunteered their time and energies to tell the business story of the region as well as showcasing the unrivaled quality of life.
Clark College supports regional business growth by providing a highly trained workforce through its academic and technical programs as well as offering
classes, seminars, certificate programs and training opportunities through Corporate and Continuing Education.
Clark has co-admissions and educational partnerships with Concordia University, Eastern Washington University, Marylhurst University, Portland State University, and Washington State University Vancouver.
Founded in 1933, Clark College is the second largest community/technical college in Washington state and is home to the state's largest Running Start program. Running Start offers high school students the opportunity to earn college credits while completing their high school educations.
In addition, the college's Career Services team of professionals provides services for students and members of the general public.
Clark offers classes at four convenient locations including its beautiful 101-acre main campus in Vancouver's historic Central Park. Classes are also offered at: