Clark College during COVID-19
Clark College continues to respond to evolving guidance from state and local health authorities regarding COVID-19. Check this page regularly for up-to-date information.
Beginning in the 2022 winter term, Clark College will become a fully vaccinated campus. Learn what that means for students on the Student Vaccination web page.
Learn the latest about vaccinations, class formats, financial assistance, and how to reach student services through our regularly updated Frequently Asked Questions.
If you are coming to a Clark College location – whether as a student, an employee, or a guest – please fill out this online health screening questionnaire before your trip.
Get the latest guidance on workplace safety and employee requirements on Clark College's employee intranet. (ClarkNet ID and password required)
Winter at Clark College – what you need to know
- The college is offering a wide array of classes in online, in-person, and hybrid (a mix of online and in-person) formats.
- In the 2022 winter term, Clark College will become a fully vaccinated campus. Learn more on our Student Vaccination page.
- Everyone on campus must wear an appropriate face covering and observe social distancing requirements, which are 3 feet in most circumstances.
- Everyone coming to campus must complete an online health screening before each visit. Learn more on our Visiting Campus page.
- As a Washington state institution, all Clark College employees are fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption on file with the college. This includes part-time, temporary, and student employees. It applies to all employees, whether they are working remotely or on-site.
- During winter term, students can access most services—including Cannell Library—either virtually or in-person. Some in-person services may have limited hours or availabilty.
- Many student activities—including athletics, music practice, and club events—have returned to in-person formats, though with added safety precautions in place to protect everyone’s health.
- Child and Family Studies (child care) remains open in a limited capacity.
These decisions comply with Gov. Jay Inslee's proclamation covering how higher education should operate. College leadership has used that guidance, as well as input from local public health authorities, to develop the college’s Covid-19 Exposure Control, Mitigation and Recovery Plan.
For more information about winter term and how the college is working to maintain our community’s health and safety, please visit our Student FAQ.
Read our plan of how we are returning to campus:
Find Help Online
Visit the Remote Help Desk online today to get answers to your questions from staff in Admissions, Counseling, Advising, Financial Aid, Tutoring, and more.
Find Emergency Funding
STUDENTS: Do you need financial assistance during COVID-19, including computer loans? Please learn about our Financial Assistance Resources.
Where to get more information
- Email your questions about Clark College and COVID-19: email@example.com
- For a list of ways to contact student services remotely, use this directory.
- Need help with online learning? Visit our eLearning Introduction page.
- Need a loaner computer? Fill out our online request form to apply for a loaner laptop and/or wifi hotspot. If you have questions about the process, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-992-2010.
- Washington State Department of Health
- Clark County Public Health
- Call the state hotline: 800-525-0127
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