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About

Clark College offers a comprehensive array of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs.

Courses include engineering, mathematics, chemistry, geology, surveying, CADD, computer science, biology, physical sciences, and physics.

As one of the largest community and technical college in Washington, Clark has demonstrated its commitment to these programs by entering into partnerships and hosting special events at the college and in the community.

Welcome Center

Gaiser Hall, Room 127
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663

start@clark.edu
360-992-2078

Why Clark?

As one of the largest community and technical college in Washington, Clark has demonstrated its commitment to these programs by entering into partnerships and hosting special events at the college and in the community.

There are many STEM activities, such as


We reach out to the K-12 community through fun, hands-on, creative activities showcasing the science, math, and engineering involved.

Our STEM students at Clark work with K-12 to advocate for technological literacy. Our goal is to share with the K-12 community what STEM is and help them understand the concepts of how it relates to their everyday world.

We really want to inspire students to envision their future to include STEM, and to excite their natural curiosity and creativity for a better world. For more information, contact: eharwood@clark.edu

We have a wide range of student clubs within STEM including:


The Washington State Legislature has authorized funding for a new science, math, engineering and technology building for Clark College. The building will be The Next Step in Clark's efforts to expand student access to STEM classes and programs.


STEM Vision Statement:

Clark College is an exceptional learning environment for a foundation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

STEM Purpose Statement:
The Clark College STEM Unit seeks to prepare and inspire learners in developing the quantitative and scientific skills they need to participate in a rapidly changing global society. 

This is accomplished by providing a rigorous learning environment built upon innovation, collaboration, and creative problem solving in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

We must have:

  • A dynamic and creative teaching and learning environment

  • Highly knowledgeable and skilled faculty and staff

  • Outstanding facilities and equipment

  • Strong strategic partnerships with transfer institutions, local K-12 institutions, and regional business and industry organizations

  • Active community outreach and involvement