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Clark College's 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. 

Each quarter, Clark College welcomes over 12,500 students who are taking classes in over 100 programs to earn certificates and associate degrees.  Free "Admissions 101" sessions are held every month and feature a tour of the main campus.   We also offer virtual tours.

Cherry trees at Clark College     
Over 30 chartered student clubs offer a wide array of opportunities for personal growth, development and enjoyment.  Student government plays an active role in the life of the college. 

A student newspaper, The Independent, covers college news.  Phoenix, the college's literary and art magazine, wins regional and national awards. 


Clark College Chime Tower and fountain

Our music and theatre departments offer exciting, vibrant performances that attract audiences from throughout Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon.

Clark College entrance sign


The Clark College Penguins have a proud history of state championships in women's cross country, men's soccer, men's and women's basketball, baseball, men's tennis, men's and women's track and field, and men's golf -- as well as many regional and tournament honors.

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