- Founded in 1933, Clark College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. A five-year strategic plan supports the college's mission and vision.
- One of Washington's 34 community and technical colleges, Clark serves District 14 (Clark, Skamania and western Klickitat counties).
- Clark's main campus is located in Vancouver's Central Park district. Classes are also offered at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center and Clark College at WSU Vancouver.
- Clark offers more than 100 academic and technical programs. Career and technical programs include:
* Applied Technology: Automotive, CADD, Construction, Diesel, Machining, Mechatronics, Power Utilities, Surveying & Geomatics, Welding
* Business Administration: Accounting, Business Administration, Marketing, Merchandising Management, Paralegal, Supervisory Management
* Business Technology: Administrative Assistant, Business Software Applications, Front Office, Legal Office, Medical Assistant, Medical Office
* Computer Graphics & Technology: Computer Support, Graphic Design Network Technology, Software Solutions Development, Web Design & Development
* Culinary Arts: Baking / Bakery, Cooking / Restaurant
* Early Childhood Education
* Health Related: Addiction Counselor, Dental Hygiene, EMT, Fitness Trainer, Medical Radiography, Nursing, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy, Nursing Assistant Certified
Clark College has established educational partnerships with Concordia University, Marylhurst University, Portland State University, and Washington State University Vancouver to provide pathways to baccalaureate degrees.
Currently, students can earn bachelor’s degrees in Technology, Dental Hygiene and Social Work and a master’s degree in Social Work from Eastern Washington University at Clark College.
- Clark College offers Northwest Athletic Association of Community College (NWAACC) varsity sports: Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Track, Women’s Volleyball, Women’s Softball, Men’s Baseball
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