Clark College Reviews
Clark College is a decent and affordable community college. The professors there are pretty good, but not the best. Parking can be a pain around 8am to 11am the first few weeks of each quarter. Overall, this is a pretty average school. Their track program has gone through some adversity, but things should good now with the hiring of competent coaches.
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Good school. I was there for running start and got an AA. Good teachers. Interesting students. Interesting courses.
The school is great about getting their programs out there, however the professors are a mixed bag. Some are awesome! other are awful! Then there is the running start program, most of the students that attend Clark are High school students. Which isn't a bad thing... it has it's pro's and con's.
The one thing I really love about Clark College is how hands on teachers are with their students. They take time to listen to them, answer questions and make time to help them outside of school. Clark college sets students up for success and they truly try to help every student who goes there.
Clark college is a great place to either start or continue your education. The campus is safe and very nice. The offered degrees are plenty. The professors are knowledgeable. There are so many possibilities there. I'm a graduate of the DNET department and I absolutely recommend that route. You even have possibilities of employment while you go to school. The parking isn't that great at the main campus, but there are plenty of alternatives.
I really enjoy attending Clark College. It's a beautiful campus and all the professors and admin there have been excellent.
The Clark Campus is rapidly expanding. The professors are decent for the most part. Clark isn't all that great in sports. They strongly encourage diversity.
Clark college is an excellent place for people who want to further their education. This college is very inclusive of everyone and makes people feel welcome within the school. The faculty is very helpful and truly want you to succeed in what you are going for. I never once had a teacher turn me down for an opportunity to learn, even outside of class time.
Excellent community college. Many online and traditional courses to choose from at a reasonable cost.
Clark College is a college that celebrates diversity. Most of the professors are good. There is no on-campus dorms because it is a community college. It is a very safe college.
Clark College is so diverse and so helpful when it came to getting my associates degree. I was in running start which is hard but they were there to help me achieve my goals.
The campus is beutiful and (realitively) easy to navigate. I would discribe it as big enough to feel open yet small enough still to feel like a community college. Their online interface is a little confusing at first but you do use canvas for most of your acedemic stuff and honestly it isnt too bad once you get used to it.
There is a supportive atmosphere at Clark. Everyone wants to succeed. Your professors usually have too many students to get to know you individually, but if you have them again they recognize you. Parking is poor and students constantly hit other student's cars, without fail it will happen to you. Enrolling in classes can be challenging since there are so many students and not a lot of room or faculty. Great place to start your college experience though!
Instructors have mostly been very helpful. Campus is nice and new STEM building has great lab rooms. Staff is most often knowledgeable, library has many resources available. I would like to see more study rooms. This is a great college for completing general education requirements in order to save money with college.
Clark College is a great college. Where to even begin? One of my favorite things having access to really nice and helpful professors who will make sure you understand before moving on and will even take time to help you after class. Another favorite of mine is its beautiful campus. Clark has a really nice and well kept campus where you will find everything sparkly clean thanks to a dedicated staff of workers who will even take the time to say hello and ask you about your day. The campus features a restaurant with delicious and affordable food brought to you by culinary students attending the college, a fountain, beautiful Cherry Blossom trees donated from Japan, a huge open room in the main building where you can study or attend events to get to know your fellow students and experience things anywhere form watching a movie to having an African Drumming Band come in. Clark likes to keep things diverse you never have to worry about feeling out of place or not being treated equally.
Most professors will go out of their way to help and assist you with any class work you are struggling with. Student life is minimal. Outside of sports there's not really any groups to join or life outside of class and sports. Classmates were always superb. Also, you are pretty much guaranteed to see something everyday that you have never seen before.
The staff is always more than willing to help, the students who attend are respectful and willing to help others, and form study groups. I haven't had a bad experience. The only thing I recommend for Clark is to have better Wi-Fi. Other than that, Clark has always done a outstanding job on giving students opportunities to attend free work shops of any kind, making a stress free environment during finals week, work force opportunities, and so much more.
Clark is an amazing school that can help you with financial aid, work study program. They also have great professors that are available to you through email, in class and meeting outside of class times during their office hours. Clark College also allows students to take online classes so that way if they're working they can manage their time. The only thing that I would change would be placing more map directories at intersecting areas so that way other students can have an easier time finding their way around campus.
Clark college is overall a great school. They have a broad selection of programs and helpful staff to get people on the right path towards a degree. After 18 years I am back in school and I have to be honest, I was a little overwhelmed at first, but once I got there, it was easier then I thought to get set up and ready for school. They also have a lot of student events, an amazing library with great resources and lots of other things like a family movie night, and a discounted swim at Marshall Center.