Academic & Personal Support
Clark College Library
Find many valuable resources provided by our library including:
Penguin Help Desk
Student Online Services
Student Life, Programs, Clubs
The Office of Student Life offers nearly 50 clubs and programs, in addition to a wide variety of special activities, cultural events, and intercollegiate athletic programs. Visit our Student Life page for more information.
Counseling and Health Center
Counselors are available to help students make changes that will enable them to achieve success in their personal, academic, and professional lives through the Counseling and Health Center at Clark College. The counselors provide free, short-term goal-focused counseling. Counselors support students in self-development, goal setting, and problem solving to enhance student success. Academic, personal, and mental health counseling is available.
Clark College Librarians
The librarians at Clark College Libraries are your partners in research and can support you as you seek information for your assignments or for your own personal growth. Explore our carefully designed Research Guides to find article databases, explore a specific topic, or learn how to properly cite your sources. As always, please do not hesitate to Ask A Librarian for guidance as you explore.
Ask an Advisor
Get help with transitional studies, workforce education, and financial literacy from our Resource Coaches.
Student Success Workshops
Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services (DSS) Office staff assist those with disabilities in pursuing their educational goals. For more information, visit our Disability Support Services page.
Information on incomplete grades, grade changes, and the grade appeal process is available at the Grade Information page.
There are many resources available to help students cover costs of attending college. Visit our Financial Aid page to learn more about available options and resources.
Student Support Directory
Clark College students are supported by many excellent services and educational resources. Visit our Clark College Directory page for alphabetically-listed links, all in one place.
Office of Diversity and Equity
The Clark College Office of Diversity and Equity supports individuals with their academic, personal, and professional development, as well as provides training and educational resources for all members of the college community around diversity, inclusion, power, privilege, inequity, social equity, and social justice.
Student Legal Services is a contracted program funded by ASCC and provides free, one-time legal consultation to currently registered students.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center is available to help veterans and their dependents get connected with the resources and networks of support available to them at Clark College and in the local community.
Student Complaint Process
Any student with a complaint who feels they have been treated unfairly will have the right to be heard fairly and promptly through the Student Complaint Process. The college recognizes that disputes may sometimes arise and requires the parties involved to resolve the conflict informally whenever possible. If resolution cannot be reached, a formal complaint process will be provided in order to assure impartial and equitable resolution for those conflicts.