Visiting Campus during COVID-19

Find specific information below based on your visitor status:

All visitors, regardless of visitor status, must:

Beginning March 19, 2022, masks are optional in most Clark College settings. Masks will continue to be required for all allied health and other academic programs with clinical components as well as in our childcare center.  →Read more about the college's mask policy.

*If you do not have access to the Internet, you can fill out the online health screening at a check-in station inside most Clark College buildings. If you do not have an appropriate face covering, these are also available at the check-in stations.

Students

If you are a student attending class or otherwise visiting campus, please follow this procedure:

  1. Fill out this online health screening questionnaire in advance of coming to campus.
  2. If you do not have access to the Internet at home, you can fill out the online health screening questionnaire at a check-in station's computer. Each building on campus has at least one self-service check-in station near its entrance.
  3. Bring an appropriate face covering* with you. While masks are now optional throughout most of the campus, you may still need to wear one in certain settings, including our allied health programs and our child care facility. 
  4. Follow any other instructions provided by your professor or by the staff who arranged your appointment.

While you are on campus, if you have questions or need assistance please stop by the One-Stop Help Desk at the north entrance of Gaiser Hall. Staff are available to assist you there Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Find student services locations with this downloadable map of Gaiser Hall

*If you do not have a face covering, the college will provide you with one.

Employees

If you are an employee working on-site or otherwise visiting campus, please follow this procedure:

  1. Fill out this online health screening questionnaire in advance of coming to campus.
  2. If you do not have access to the Internet at home, you can fill out the online health screening questionnaire at a check-in station's computer. Each building on campus has at least one self-service check-in station near its entrance.
  3. Bring an appropriate face covering* with you. While masks are now optional throughout most of the campus, you may still need to wear one in certain settings, including our allied health programs and our child care facility. 
  4. Follow any other instructions provided by your supervisor or by the staff who invited you to campus.

State orders require that all Clark College employees be fully vaccinated by October 18, 2021.

*If you do not have a face covering, the college will provide you with one.

Campus Tours

Campus tours are available by appointment and with reduced numbers of guests. Precautions will be taken to protect the health of participants and guides. Learn more on our Campus Tours web page.

Child & Family Studies

Families with children attending Child & Family Studies (CFS) should refer to the latest email received from CFS for instructions on how to safely drop off and pick up their children.

Deliveries and pick-ups

Clark College's Central Receiving remains open during remote operations. Please contact them directly at 360-992-2240 for instructions on how to safely drop off or pick up deliveries on campus.

Guests

All guests visiting a Clark College facility must complete an online health screening before coming on-site. Additionally, they should bring an appropriate face covering, in case it is required. While masks are now optional throughout most of the campus, you may still need to wear one in certain settings, including our allied health programs and our child care facility. If you do not have a face covering, the college will provide you with one.

 

This page last updated March 17, 2022