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Clark College

United States
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About Clark College

Clark College is the premier institution for higher education in Southwest Washington. For more than 75 years, Clark has guided students from around the world to reach their academic goals. 

For eight decades, Clark College has provided the residents of Southwest Washington and beyond with affordable, high-quality academic and technical education. It has served as a regional hub for learning and development through our educational programs, cultural events, and community services.

An open-enrollment institution, Clark College provides diverse learners with the opportunity to earn degrees and certificates in a wide range of academic, technical, and professional fields.

Highlights for International Students:

  • Academic excellence in associate degrees and certificate programs
  • Easy transfer to prestigious four-year universities
  • Low cost – great value
  • Conditional admission and co-admission opportunities available
  • Small classes and personalized attention
  • Friendly, helpful and “cool” faculty & staff
  • Support services and courses for English language, Clark academics and U.S. culture
  • Beautiful and safe – the conveniences of a city with the warmth of a community
  • 3 km north of the Columbia River
  • 16 km north of Portland, Oregon
  • 270 km south of Seattle, Washington
  • Abundant choices in shopping, dining and recreation
  • Homestays and apartments available near campus
  • Excellent opportunities to make friends from around the world

Campus information

Clark College's main campus sits in the beautiful, 101-acre Central Park in the heart of Vancouver. The college also offers classes at convenient locations at the Washington State University Vancouver campus, Columbia Tech Center in east Vancouver, and a new facility in the Columbia River Gorge. Economic & Community Development offers corporate and continuing education classes at the Columbia Bank Building in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The college is currently planning for a new satellite campus in Ridgefield and a new STEM building at its main campus to serve the increased demand for training in science, technology, engineering and math.

Beautiful and safe – the conveniences of a city with the warmth of a community

  • 3 km north of the Columbia River
  • 16 km north of Portland, Oregon
  • 270 km south of Seattle, Washington

Accommodation

The Office of International Programs offers assistance to international students when arranging for housing while they attend Clark College. All students are encouraged to live with a host family when they first arrive unless they already have friends or family in the area.

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Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Architecture, Building 1 Business, Management 3 Computer Science, IT 1 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 1

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