Leading the Way

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Enjoying new steps at Clark's Continuing Education class
Learning new steps are a joy with Clark’s Continuing Education program.
Clark College students have seen some terrific advances on campus this year.
  • International student enrollment is up 350 percent, adding a global perspective to learning at Clark.
  • Water-bottle refill stations have been installed on campus, cutting down on the use of disposable bottles.
  • The college had a successful accreditation review.
  • Clark offers the most online courses in the state that are certified by Quality Matters, the leading national organization for quality assurance in online education.
  • Clark’s Honors Program is increasingly popular. It offers high-achieving students challenging coursework. Students earn transfer opportunities and—thanks to generous donors—can access more than $20,000 in honor’s scholarship funds.
  • Phoenix, Clark’s arts and literary journal, received First Place and Best Story in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual competition, as well as third place in the Community College Humanities Association’s literary magazine competition.
  • The college held its first Veterans Day celebration. A new Veterans Resource Center opened in the Penguin Union Building thanks to the generosity of donors.
  • The college is partnering with Dick Hannah Automotive to create an exciting new apprentice program.
  • Clark has strengthened its partnerships with local school districts. We support new magnet high schools like Vancouver iTech Preparatory and HELA High, by streamlining the transition from high school to college.
  • Clark College’s Corporate & Continuing Education program keeps the region’s workforce trained in up-to-date skills and technologies to keep the region’s workforce trained in up-to-date skills and technologies to keep Southwest Washington’s economy competitive.
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