Columbia Tech Center
Why Take a Class at CTC?
Clark College at Columbia Tech Center (CTC) expands the college's ability to increase access to education–giving students greater choices in class offerings, degrees and certificates, professional training and personal growth. It also extends Clark College's reach in eastern Clark County–including Camas and Washougal–and beyond into Skamania and Klickitat counties (both part of Clark College's service district).
From the Evergreen High School student who takes a college class, to the corporate executive taking a professional training seminar, to the new retiree who has always wanted–and now has time–to learn to paint, Clark College at Columbia Tech Center is the place to find them all.
Services Provided at the Columbia Tech Center Campus
Tuition payments can be made online at MyClark@ctcLink from the Financial Account Tile. From the Financial Account Tile you may enroll in a tuition payment plan or make a payment on a plan. For questions please contact the Cashier's Office at 360-992-2177 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are no Advisors or Financial Aid staff at CTC at this time. Visit our Advising webpage or email email@example.com to schedule a virtual appointment with your Academic Advisor. Connect with the Financial Aid Office in the Drop-In Zoom Room.
Virtual Support Center
Need to reach out to someone at the the college? Get Virtual Assistance by connecting with our services through Zoom.
Visit the Virtual Support Center to connect with departments.Visit the Virtual Support Center
Enrollment Services at CTC offers assistance with the following areas:Admissions Registration Assessment Running Start
Community and Continuing Education (CCE)
For more information for Community and Continuing Education please visit the Community and Continuing Education webpage.CCE Webpage CCE Testing
Disabilities Support Services (DSS)
Clark College and the Disability Support Services (DSS) office assist students with disabilities in pursuing their educational goals.
For more information for students with disabilities visit the Disability Support Services webpage.Disability Support Services
Please check for up to date lab locations and hours at the Computer Lab webpage.
The TechHub provides centralized technical support for Clark College students, faculty, and staff. Our technicians can help with softwares, computer devices, and accounts provided by Clark College.
For more information contact the Tech Hub at firstname.lastname@example.org.Computer Lab TechHub
Event Services Facility Rentals
For information about Clark College Facility Rentals please visit the Event Services webpage.
Please contact Event Services with any questions at email@example.com.Event Services
For security information see the Security and Safety webpage.Security and Safety
For more information on services, locations, and hours visit the Clark College Library webpage.Clark College Library
Classes, Certificates and Degrees
Clark College at Columbia Tech Center offers a wide range of educational opportunities for students:
- Earn an associate of arts transfer degree.
- Earn a short certificate or a two-year degree to prepare for employment in business or administrative support professions.
- Take college classes that also fulfill high school graduation requirements for Running Start students.
Learn more about classes offered at at CTC Frequently asked questions about CTC
Arrive In Person
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
Clark College Columbia Tech Center
18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd.
There are 2 Kiosks and a printer station for students to use on the 1st floor by the elevators.CTC Floor Plan