Columbia Tech Center
Why take a class at CTC?
Clark College at Columbia Tech Center (CTC) expands the college's ability to increase
access to education–giving students greater choices in class offerings, degrees and
certificates, professional training and personal growth. It also extends Clark College's
reach in eastern Clark County–including Camas and Washougal–and beyond into Skamania
and Klickitat counties (both part of Clark College's service district).
From the Evergreen High School student who takes a college class, to the corporate executive taking a professional training seminar, to the new retiree who has always wanted–and now has time–to learn to paint, Clark College at Columbia Tech Center is the place to find them all.
Clark College Columbia Tech Center
18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd.
Directions to CTC
8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m
8:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m
CTC Student Services
Student Services at CTC offers assistance with the following areas.
*Photo ID is required to assist any student account information
Columbia Tech Center Building Information
Enrollment Services Questions
- Process Admission application
- Accept $25 Admission application fee (credit card or check ONLY)
- Orientation information
- Giving the Next Steps to attend Clark College
- Add, drop or withdraw from classes
- Late Registration processing
- Major Declaration processing
- Accept Repeat Class forms
- Update Student Information (name, address, phone, etc.)
- COMPASS testing
- Re-testing (accept credit card or check ONLY)
- Foreign Language testing (Spanish, German or French)
Retrieve Student ID or Global PIN numbers
- Enrollment Services assistance
- Enrollment Verification Forms processed (required every quarter)
- Drop Box for completed forms located outside of Student Services office
Tuition payments can be made online or over the phone to the Cashier's Office at 360-992-2177. CTC Student Services cannot accept tuition payments.
There are no Advisors or Financial Aid staff at CTC at this time. Call the Advising Office at 360-992-2345 for more information. Call the Financial Aid Office at 360-992-2153 for more information.
For Distant Proctoring Services, please visit the Assessment Center on main campus or the Distant Proctoring Services webpage.
Classes, certificates and degrees
Clark College at Columbia Tech Center offers a wide range of educational opportunities for students:
- Earn an associate of arts transfer degree. Students will have the option to take classes on a traditional schedule or just two days per week[BROKEN LINK], providing more flexibility during the rest of the week for family, work or other obligations.
- Earn a short certificate or a two-year degree to prepare for employment in business or administrative support professions.
- Earn a one-year certificate in power utilities technology.
- Take college classes that also fulfill high school graduation requirements for Running Start students.