Clark College has earned regional and national honors for their publications over the years.  Below are links to historical publication archives.

Clark Today was introduced in 2012.  It provides an overview of degrees and certificates offered by the college, admissions and registration information, important dates and deadlines and much more.

Clark 24/7 captures history in the making by recognizing and celebrating the work of faculty, staff, administrators and students at Clark College through stories on people, events and notable achievements. 24/7 Archives

Our annual report ("Report to the Community") is created in partnership with the Clark College Foundation.  Our annual reports, which have received national and regional awards from NCMPR, showcase the accomplishments of the college, faculty, staff, administrators, students, alumni and supporters.

Clark College Connections served as the Clark College quarterly class schedule from 2005-2012.  It showcased the people, classes and events that make the college a dynamic leader.  Clark College Connections earned silver and bronze medallions for excellence from District VIII of the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR).

The Clark Journal was published on a periodic basis between 2006 and 2009.  It documented Clark's strategic directions and activities in support of the college's mission and vision.

Clark College retains electronic copies of news releases going back five years.

Clark College also produces publications of interest to specific audiences.  Our International Programs viewbook received a 2006 design award from the University & College Designers Association (UCDA).  Our viewbook for adult college students received a 2007 UDCA design award.


Clark College Communications and Marketing department also maintains the historical archives for the college including college catalogs; quarterly class schedules; program, event and college photographs; news clippings; college newsletters; and “History of Clark College – 1933 to 1976” authored by the late Dr. Lewis D. Cannell, Dean, 1935-1970.  To request access to the archives, please email