The Clark College Board of Trustees consists of five members who are appointed by the Governor of Washington. Members serve a five-year term and must live in the college’s service district.
The Board seeks to ensure the quality and relevance of college programs and provide stewardship of public resources. In this role, the Board is responsible for strategic planning; development and approval of college policies; and approval and oversight of the operating budget.
The Board of Trustees generally meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month.
- Work sessions precede the board meetings from 4-5 p.m. in Room 258C of the Penguin Union Building.
- Board meetings are held at 5 p.m. in the the Ellis F. Dunn Community Room (Gaiser Hall Room 213).
For additional information about the Board of Trustees, contact the President's Office.
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