Office Hours during COVID-19

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This was updated on March 19, 2020

Office Hours
As of March 19, 2020, Clark College Foundation’s office is closed to face-to-face business with the general public, now through March 31. However, we do have a small staff in our office and are fully available to respond to you Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on email at or by phone 360-992-2301. We are accepting vendor deliveries and can accommodate the general public by appointment. Please contact us by email or by phone.

Clark College Foundation is following the lead of Clark College and local and national public health agencies to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Thank you for understanding as we adjust to new ways of doing business during this dynamically changing period. We are committed to ensuring your safety and protecting our employees. We will update this page as we have new information.

What Clark College Foundation is doing
  • CCF is closed to the general public, but is available to answer all questions via phone and email, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Contact us at or 360-992-2301.
  • You can donate anytime online at www.clarkcollegefoundation/give
  • Our May events – Savoring Excellence and the Outstanding and Rising Star Alumni luncheon¬† – will be rescheduled for the fall. The dates are not yet determined.
  • The foundation will honor all purchased tickets to Savoring Excellence for the reschedule date. Contact Joel B. Munson at with your questions.
  • The foundation is part of the Incident Management Team at Clark College, which is consulting with Clark County Public Health department and Washington’s State Department of Health during this virus outbreak.
  • We are disinfecting high-touch surfaces in our offices such as doorknobs, handles, light switches and cabinets.
  • We are providing timely and accurate information for you.
Get up-to-date information

Follow us on Twitter @CCF_Foundation and @alumniclark and Facebook @clarkcollegealumni for regular updates.

The local situation

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued an Executive Order mandating that, starting Tuesday, March 17, Clark College and all state community colleges move to remote instructional operations. Visit Clark College’s website for Clark’s closures and other details.

On March 13, 2020, he restricted large gatherings statewide, as well as closed K-12 schools to reduce possible exposure to the virus. Inslee continues to update restrictions to daily including prohibiting gatherings of 50 or more and strongly discouraging gatherings with fewer than 50 as of March 17, 2020.

Clark County Public Health recommended canceling large gatherings of more than 50 people to minimize the health impacts, though there is no evidence the virus is spreading widely in our community.

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some of which cause the common cold. Others have evolved into more severe illnesses, such as SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome) and COVID-19.

Where to get information about the public health outbreak

For questions specifically about Clark’s response to COVID-19, please email ¬†

For general and accurate information, review the websites of the Washington State Department of Health and Clark County Public Health.

The state hotline is 800-525-0127.

For Clark College’s response to the COVID-19, visit their website, which is updated regularly.

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  • ZoeAnne Walker

    Hi there,

    Because of the virus I may have been to hasty in dropping my spring class. I figured that the bookstore was not being open for students to pick up needed books and purchase the online cards to launch the class was unavailable. I need assistance in launching the online class. I have the book but do not have the card to launch class. Not having the guidance I may have made a drastic mistake. I am receiving workforce funding.

    Thank you
    ZoeAnne Walker

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