Locations and Campuses

Clark College has one main campus and three satellite locations located throughout Clark County. Each of the locations includes a variety of programs to serve the community and help students complete a program at Clark College.  

Main Campus

Clark College's beautiful main campus is located on 101 acres in Vancouver's Central Park, just east of Interstate 5 and north of the Columbia River and Fort Vancouver Historic Reserve. This full-service campus includes a gym, music and theatre hall, library, student center, and a new dining space, which is scheduled to open in 2017. Hours of Operation: 7am-10pm

Columbia Tech Center

The Columbia Tech Center (CTC), located on the east side of Vancouver, opened in 2009.  CTC provide access to education eastern portion of the college’s service district, which includes Clark County communities like Camas and Washougal as well as parts of Skamania and Klickitat counties. The campus features  state-of-the-art labs serving popular programs like network technology, biology, and mechatronics. Hours of Operation: 7am-5pm

Clark College at WSU Vancouver

Clark College at Washington State University Vancouver, established in 2006, is the result of a longstanding partnership between Clark College and WSU Vancouver.  Before WSU Vancouver moved to its current site in 1996, it was housed in Bauer Hall on Clark's main campus. The 63,334 square foot, three-story building provides additional classrooms, science laboratories, computer labs, and support space to accommodate growing enrollment and the desire to provide access to lower division courses for WSU Vancouver students. The beautiful facility is home to Clark's nationally-recognized nursing program as well as general education classes. Hours of Operation: 7am-9pm

Clark College at Boschma Farms

Clark College at Boschma Farms is expected to be a boon for the region and represent a long-term visionary chapter for the college. Construction of the first building expected to start in 2017 on the 70-acre campus located just east of I-5 in Ridgefield, Washington. 

Clark College Economic and Community Development

Clark College Economic & Community Development (ECD) is Southwest Washington's premier provider of workforce training and non-credit learning, serving more than 10,000 people annually. ECD offers classes at its main location in the Columbia Bank Building, the Columbia Tech Center, and Clark's main campus.