Some of the classes are listed as "Hybrid". What Does that
Each hybrid class meets part of the time in a traditional classroom as well as online. Hybrid classes are recommended for students who learn well independently, have reliable computer access & possess basic computer skills. Hybrid classes require the same time commitment as traditional classes; the online component provides some flexibility.
Can I take classes at other times or at other Clark College locations, or just those offered in the two-day AA program?
Students taking classes in the two-day AA program may combine them with any of Clark College’s other daytime, evening, weekend or online classes – at any of Clark’s three locations (Clark College main campus, Clark College at WSU Vancouver, or Clark College at Columbia Tech Center).
What if I’ve already taken one or more of the classes being offered this quarter?
If you’ve already taken a class that fulfills a requirement for the Associate of Arts-General Transfer degree, you do not have to retake it. Several classes run at the same time, so if you have already taken a particular class, an alternate is usually available.
What if my math and/or English skills are not at college level? What if I don’t meet a prerequisite?
Certain classes require preparatory work. If those levels are not met, students must take the required prerequisites.
Prerequisites for each class (if any) are listed in the Course Description
I’m enrolled in classes at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center. How do I get my books? Where do I park?
For helpful information about taking classes at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center, click on the “Clark College at Columbia Tech Center” option in the right navigation bar.