Located in Vancouver, Washington and accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, Clark College is a public college. The college has a main campus and three satellite locations. Approximately 10,900 students were enrolled in the college during the year 2018-2019.
Any student who is over 18 years of age or who has graduated from high school is admitted to the college after completing the application. The placement process for coursework in English and Mathematics uses multiple measures which include high school transcripts or GED scores as well as ACT or SAT test scores. Students who have taken the Smarter Balanced Tests can submit their scores as well. The college also uses an English Readiness Assessment and the ALEKS math placement instrument. Students who are not native English speakers should submit scores from either the TOEFL or IELTS exam.
The college provides associate degree programs in a variety of transfer study disciplines which prepare students to continue their education after graduating. Also offered are programs in health care fields such as dental hygiene and nursing and industrial arts such as auto maintenance and welding. Adult education courses are also available. The nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). Two different associate degree programs are offered. One is an AA degree in Nursing designed for students who want to become licensed registered nurses after completing their degree. The other is the AA DTA/MRP which is a transfer degree program for students who wish to study a range of general education courses and complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Entry into the ADN degree program requires a GPA no lower than 3.0 and no grade lower than C in any program course. For students whose goal is teaching, the college offers two Associate of Arts degrees. Both require transfer to a four-year school. The Associate of Arts degree in Elementary Education transfers to the elementary education program at Washington State University, Vancouver. The Associate of Arts Major Related Program (AA-MRP) in Math Education prepares students to enter programs at universities in the state for secondary math education. Students interested in either of these programs should consult an advisor to learn of the transfer requirements. Students must pass the WEST-B exam in order to enter a teacher preparation program.
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