How does the program work?
The Weekend Degree Program is designed for a selected group of 25 learners. This means
you will attend classes with the predominantly same group of students for the entire
program. The degree program follows a specific course of study over a two-year period
that leads to an Associate of Arts degree. Classes meet fall, winter, spring and
summer quarters for two consecutive years (8 quarters/24 months).
The program will be taught in a hybrid format. The majority of the quarter will be spent in an online learning environment. However, students will meet three different times during the quarter in a traditional classroom setting. These classes will be held on the Clark College campus, Friday night and all day Saturday.
To be most successful in this program, it is recommended you have the following:
- Access to a reliable computer with high speed or DSL Internet connectivity. Specific technical requirements for online courses can be found on the Technical Requirements page.
- Basic computer skills including: keyboarding, Internet, email, and word processing
Once we have received all of your application materials you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt. You can expect to receive a letter of acceptance to the program by May 25th. If you have questions about your selection status, please contact the eLearning Department at (360) 992-2654.
Financial Aid office to determine your eligibility and to apply for financial aid. Ask about grants,
scholarships, loans, and student employment opportunities.