Supplemental Syllabi Information
AbsenceStudents are expected to attend classes in which they are enrolled. Attendance may be a factor in grading for a course. When unavoidable absence occurs, it is the obligation of the student to notify the instructor and arrange for the make-up work deemed necessary by the instructor. A member of the Washington National Guard or any other military reserve component, who misses any form of participation/attendance in a class due to being ordered to service for 30 days or less or requiring medical treatment for that service, is entitled to make up academic assignments without prejudice to the final course grade or evaluation. Documentation must be submitted prior to absence. Contact the Veterans Affairs Office for information.
The Academic Early Warning SystemYour instructor may use the Academic Early Warning (AEW) system to let you know if s/he has concerns about your academic performance early enough to give you time to improve. If your instructor uses AEW to let you know what you need to work on, a letter will be sent to your home along with a list of free campus services that can assist you. As not all instructors will use AEW, it is your responsibility to be aware of how you are progressing in your classes. Learn more about the Academic Early Warning System at http://www.clark.edu/student_services/aew/.
Weather Delays and CancelationsIt doesn't happen often but, occasionally, classes and events at Clark College must be delayed or canceled to ensure the safety of our students and staff. Learn more about how the college will notify you of delays and cancelations at www.clark.edu/about_clark/WeatherDelaysandCancellations.php
Discrimination & HarassmentClark College affirms a commitment to freedom from discrimination for all members of the college community. Learn more about Clark College's values, definitions, policies and protocols at www.clark.edu/about_clark/policies/grievance_procedure.php
Emergency ProceduresLearn about the college's lockdown, evacuation and shelter-in-place practices
In a disaster, there's no time to gather even the most basic necessities. That's why planning ahead–and making an emergency kit –is essential
Reacting quickly and appropriately can save lives. Learn how you can get information–fast!
The college is committed to keeping you safe. Learn more about most likely emergency scenarios, and what you can do to help protect life and property.
Natural hazards such as earthquakes and hurricanes are commonly considered emergencies. Clark College is also at risk from school violence, infectious disease outbreaks and terrorist threats. In an earthquake, remember to Drop, Cover and Hold.
Support and ServicesClark College students are supported by many excellent services and educational resources. Learn about the many student support services available at /http://www.clark.edu/student_services.
Here are just a few of the support services that we'd like to highlight: