Clark College


Location: Vancouver, Washington
Closest major city: Portland, Oregon
Most popular majors: General Studies, Industrial Technology, Welding, Nursing, Business


Clark College

Clark College

Clark College is a community college providing two-year transfer degree studies, technical training and basic skills classes for as many as 16,000 full-time and part-time students each quarter. It is the second largest college in the Washington State system of 34 community and technical colleges.

A majority of the Washington students attending Clark reside in the college’s service district which include Clark, Skamania and west Klickitat counties.

Scholarship: $200 one-time scholarship available to international students after completion of first quarter of enrollment.

Institution type: 2-year, Private
Founded: 1933

Student population: 16,000
# international students: 64
Student/faculty ratio: 17:1

Standardized tests: TOEFL iBT 32/IELTS 4.0

Ranking & Accreditation: Accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

Tuition & Living cost:
– Undergraduate: $8,980
– Living cost: $6,300

Housing options: Off campus (Home stay or Apartment)

Enrollment deadline: Rolling admission

Clark College



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