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Clark College Admissions Stats

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Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

Address:
1933 Fort Vancouver Way Vancouver, WA 98663-3598
Phone: (360) 992-2000
General Site: www.clark.edu
Admissions: http://www.clark.edu/admissions_fin_aid/index.php
Application: http://www.clark.edu/admissions_fin_aid/admissions/quick_step.php

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Hannah from WA
  • Sep-08-2014 I am a current student here

    1. Don't talk religion or politics unless you are positive that the people around you are not listening or don't care; extremists on both sides will bash on you publicly. 2. Most of the college populous is made up of high schoolers who are a part of the running start program. This means that you have a lot of people who don't actually know what they want to do with their life but they think they're cool and grown up because they're at a college. This does not change the fact that they are still high schoolers and they definitely act like it. Drama, immaturity, the whole sha-bang. 3. The campus is beautiful and you're expected to help keep it that way by not littering or any of that business. 4. Get your FAFSA in early or right on time and then continually check with the department to make sure you have all other required material in along with your FAFSA. Otherwise you will be put on hold until the next term. 5. Don't sign up or pay for classes online if the website is under construction. I don't know why this happens but you'll think you're good then you'll get to class the first day and you won't be on the attendance sheet. 6. Security guys= good guys. They're very nice and will try to help you out if you have an issue like a dead car battery or a stalker. 7. If you don't have hard core evidence that you are being harassed by another student or a teacher (like video or a sound bite) then don't expect to get any real help. I was in a situation where it was my word against the harasser and because I didn't have any hard evidence (other than a journal of all the instances) the harasser was told to avoid me and I was told to go talk to a councilor for blowing things out of proportion. Obviously not the result I wanted. 8. The cafeteria is going through renovations until 2016 and so there are food carts on campus to make up for the lack of any real food (Mighty Bowl is delicious!) 9. There are always events and clubs to go hang around. Some are great and some are not. I mostly chose not to participate due to the fact that I don't enjoy a lot of the culture that is perpetuated among my peers. Overall, I don't like Clark. That doesn't mean you won't, I've just had some very bad experiences with the people there. Is it a smart decision to get started on your AA here? If you think you can thrive here, then yes. Otherwise I suggest biting the bullet and taking out a loan so you can go straight to university.

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  • Monique from Vancouver, WA
  • Jun-18-2014 I am a current student here

    Talk to an advisor, whether you know what you want to do or not. They can point you in the right direction to fulfill your educational requirements for your intended major. If you haven't planned your future yet, they can help you figure out what you need to be doing for course work and can help you decide on a career.

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  • Brooklyn from Vancouver, WA
  • Jun-18-2014 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    You should definitely take the Walking Tour they provide, before you actually attending classes at Clark. It's a pretty big campus, and hard to find your way around!

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  • Victoria from Vancouver, WA
  • May-08-2014 I am a current student here

    If you're a new student, learn to budget your study time and pick your class times carefully. Don't be afraid of the tutoring centers on campus either, they are full of helpful and kind people.

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  • Robbi from Vancouver, WA
  • Mar-15-2014 I am a current student here

    Spend as much time as you can with your adviser, and don't be afraid to ask questions. Get to know the campus before classes start, and track down your classes before the quarter starts. Keep in contact with your instructor, and don;t be afraid of parking, it will get easier. Know that you are doing the best thing you can do for your future, and today is a goal to achieve, not hours to waste.

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