Transfer Information

How do I transfer units into Clark College?

  • Apply to Clark College first.
  • Order an official transcript from every institution that you have attended and send it to Enrollment Services at enroll@clark.edu

How do I transfer units from Clark College to another institution?

  • To order official transcripts from Clark College, please visit the Transcripts & Grades webpage. 
  • Once on the page, please read the instrctions and click on the "Order a Transcript Now" button. This will send you to the National Clearinghouse.
  • Ordering your official transcript online through the National Student Clearinghouse allows you to order, pay for, and track your transcript online. There will be a $5.25 charge for each official transcript ordered (includes processing fee). A rush transcript option is available for $17.50 (includes processing fee).

How do I transfer in Advanced Placement (AP) units into Clark College?

  • To transfer Advanced Placement (AP) scores into Clark College, please go to the College Board AP website.
  • If you order additional score reports for a fee, the delivery dates depend on whether you choose standard or rush delivery, and when you place your order:

    • Standard: Your scores will be delivered to your designated score recipient in 7–14 days. The exact number of days depends on when you submit your request and the location of your score recipient. The fee is $15 per report.
    • Rush: Your scores will be delivered to your designated score recipient in 5–9 days. The exact number of days depends on when you submit your request and the location of your score recipient. The fee is $25 per report.
  • Send your scores to Enrollment Services at enroll@clark.edu
  • Please note that it may take 4-6 weeks for scores to be inputted into your ctcLink account.

University Advising at Clark College

  • University advisors often come to Clark College to meet with prospective students and provide information.
  • Brian Van Gundy, a Washington State University Vancouver admissions counselor, is stationed within Advising Services. During the COVID-19 closures, you can email him at brian.vangundy@wsu.edu.
  • During the regular academic year students can meet representatives from various in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities in our quarterly transfer fairs. During COVID-19 we are having the transfer fairs online. You can find them in the Advising Event Calendar.

What are transfer degrees?

  • Transfer degrees are designed for students planning to transfer to a 4-year university to pursue a bachelor's degree.
  • The focus is on completing the first two years of general education requirements and, depending on the major, some lower division courses.
  • The Associate of Arts, Direct Transfer Agreement (AA/DTA) degree will automatically waive all general education coursework for most public universities within the state of Washington.
  • Most students are granted junior level standing upon completion of the transfer degree.
  • Clark College offers various types of transfer degress: general AA/DTA, Major Related Programs (MRP), and the Associate of Science Tracks 1 and 2. For more information on these specific majors please make an appointment with an advisor or visit our "walk-in" Zoom sessions: