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About Clark

At Clark, you’ll find an environment in which students of all backgrounds and ages come together to learn from highly trained faculty who are passionate about teaching.

Clark has options that work with students’ busy lives, including evening, weekend, and online classes. Plus, we offer a host of support programs, from Veterans Affairs to sliding-scale child care, to help you stay focused on your educational goals. Meanwhile, our strong partnerships with local employers and four-year institutions ensure that, whether you plan to immediately enter the job market or to continue your education after Clark, your degree will be respected.

With our small class sizes, highly regarded academic and technical programs, and rich cultural and social life, we provide a complete college experience at a fraction of the cost of other area institutions. Come discover what Clark has to offer you today.

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Beyond the Classroom

Clark’s vibrant campus life lets you explore interests, make friends, and build new skills. Take advantage of our 40-plus student clubs and extracurricular activities to make the most of your college experience!

Academic/Leadership: Engineering, Honors, Phi Theta Kappa, Student Government, Activities Programming Board

Communication: Model UN, Speech & Debate

Arts & Performance: Art Gallery, Lectures, Music, Theatre 

Health & Fitness: Athletics, Fitness Center, Intramural Sports, Counseling and Health Center

Publications: Art & Literature Journal, Student Newspaper

World Languages: Clubs, Study Abroad



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Health Care: Work with patients, manage medical offices, promote fitness and well-being, or pursue any of a number of careers in this growing field.  

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math): Earn transfer degrees in engineering, computer science, biology,
and most physical sciences.

Career & Technical: Get degrees and certificates in fields like automotive, mechatronics, and welding designed to meet the needs of this region’s industry.

Computer Technology: Prepare for jobs in the exciting world of Web design, graphics, networking, programming,
and information technology.

Business & Office: Learn the skills to run your own business, manage an office, or study paralegal or accounting.

Arts & Humanities: Prepare for a career as a studio artist or explore literature, history, and other aspects of human culture.

Social Sciences: Get transfer degrees to pursue an education in fields like psychology or economics, or start a rewarding career in early childhood education.

Transitional Studies: Whether you want to earn a high school diploma, take the GED test, learn English, or gain skills to be college or work ready, we can help.

Get Connected

Our Veterans Resource Center, Diversity Center, Office of Student Life, Welcome Center, and International Programs Office all have student mentors/leaders to connect you to your peers.



Steps to Enrollment: 1. Apply for Admission 2. Explore Funding Options 3. Complete a Placement Assessment  4. Compete Orientation 5. Now Register for Classes!