Nursing studies began at Clark College in the 1940’s when Phyllis Bettesworth Moore began teaching Nurse’s Aide courses utilizing a Red Cross curriculum. At completion of the course students received a certificate from the Red Cross. Nurse’s Aide training was imperative during the War years.

The State of Washington Department of Practical Nursing provided impetus for Clark College to initiate Practical Nursing education in 1951, ... more

Learn about the Health eWorkforce Consortium

Office Phone: 360 992-6075
Fax: 360 992-6096

Mail: 1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Mail stop CCW 224
Vancouver, WA 98663

SNACC (Student Nurses Association of Clark College)

Link to Moodle website

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Clark College at WSU Vancouver
The Clark College Nursing Program is physically located in the Clark College building on the Washington State University Vancouver campus.

Library Information for Nursing Students

Policy on Patient Identity on Nursing Care Plans and Data Bases
Student Handbook - Policy & Practices for Nursing Students
Student Acknowledgements Page (statement from last page of student handbook)

Nursing Admission
Information on admission into the Clark College nursing program.

Clark College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, creed, disabled veteran status, marital status or Vietnam-era veteran status in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Director for Equity and Diversity
Baird Administration Building
(360) 992-2355
(360) 992-2835 (TTY)