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CLARK COLLEGE
Welcomes new Running
Start students
RUNNING START (RS) OFFICE
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Located in Gaiser Hall, main floor
Provides transfer & degree information
Explains policies & procedures
Suggests campus resources
Assists with advising & class information
Answers questions
WHO’S RESPONSIBLE?
THE STUDENT
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Meets deadlines & brings EV form to Clark each quarter
Reads and responds to emails sent by the college to student email
Seeks help from instructors and Running Start advisors
Pays any fees and tuition (if applicable) before deadline
THE HIGH SCHOOL
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Explains equivalencies to meet high school graduation requirements
Explains core requirements for university entrance
Signs “Enrollment Verification Form” for student EACH quarter
THE COLLEGE
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Processes online application; provides SID#
Provides assessment testing
Provides Clark College advising/registration assistance upon request
Sends grades to high school each quarter
PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
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Parents do NOT have access to student records
Colleges have different privacy rules than HS
This is a college and an adult environment
No special allowances are made because of the
student’s age
Instructors aren’t required to monitor attendance
Parents should not contact faculty or Running Start
staff
WEB PAGE www.clark.edu
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Bookstore info www.clarkbookstore.com
Available on the Academics tab
Course descriptions
 Class Schedule
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Use “Schedule Options” tab to filter your search
 Use “Annual Class Planner” to help with planning
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Available under the “Current Students” tab
Grades and transcripts
 Schedule Planner
 Registration date/time
 Web Registration
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SUMMER QUARTER
Not covered by RS; you pay full cost of tuition,
books & fees
п‚Ё You are responsible for sending summer grades
to your high school
п‚Ё Contact RS office before June 13
п‚Ё Registration for new students for summer & fall
begins May 27
п‚Ё Online orientation & online advising required
before you can register for classes
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STEP 1: FORECASTING = E.V. FORM
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Meet with high school counselor to complete an
Enrollment Verification (E.V.) Form each quarter
Counselor must:
 indicate high school/Skills Center course load
 indicate # of college credits allowed
 indicate high school equivalency for courses
 sign form
Parent must sign the Enrollment Verification Form
Student must bring signed form and photo ID to the RS
office in Gaiser Hall or Columbia Tech Center (CTC)
STEP 2: ORIENTATION & ADVISING
Two parts: online orientation and online advising
are mandatory before you can register
п‚Ё New fall students can complete online orientation
and online advising between May 5 and 22 by
5 p.m.
п‚Ё New RS students can register for fall and summer
starting May 27 if they have completed the online
orientation and advising before 5 p.m. on May 22
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STEP 3: ONLINE REGISTRATION
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Credit maximum funded by RS depends on high
school and Skills Center course load
You may not get your first choice of class or time
Have a back-up plan and enroll in open classes that
count toward high school graduation
You must complete online orientation & online
advising before you can register online
For subsequent quarters, your registration
date/time is assigned by number of credits earned
PIN and SID
Photo ID is required when requesting a PIN
number or a Student ID (SID) number
п‚Ё We cannot disclose PIN or SID numbers over
the phone or by email or to anyone other than
the student
п‚Ё SID # is usually 940-XX-XXXX
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STEP 4: FEES
RS pays for some or all of your tuition,
depending on HS/Skills Center course load
п‚Ё RS does NOT cover fees or textbooks
 Print your “Student Schedule” to determine
what you owe
п‚Ё $ amount you owe will not be correct until you
bring your E. V. Form to RS office or CTC
п‚Ё Pay fees and/or tuition online, or by phone, or
at Cashier Office before the deadline
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FEE WAIVER
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Waiver eligibility is based on receiving
state or federal assistance, such as free
or reduced-price lunch
Bring documentation to the RS Office
before paying fees and before first day
of class to receive the fee waiver for
that quarter
Documentation only needs to be
brought once
Not all fees can be waived
BOOK ASSISTANCE
Same criteria as fee waiver
п‚Ё Funding is limited and
subject to supply & demand
п‚Ё Watch for email to announce
the book funding dates
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CHOOSING CLASSES
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Choose classes you need for HS graduation
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Ask HS counselor for a list of approved classes
Read course description
Courses must be numbered 100 or higher
“&” sign indicates a course which has a common
course number at all WA community colleges
Note fees, labs, & conferences and prerequisites
Take foreign language test if needed
Note location of courses at WSUV (CCW), Columbia
Tech Center (CTC ), or online (ARR)
TRANSPORTATION
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KEEP IN MIND:
TRAVEL
TIME
 PARKING (Not free at CCW)
 CTC AND CCW LOCATIONS
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Mill Plain
пЃ® CCW = WSUV in Salmon Creek area
пЃ®WRC = Wind River Campus
ELIGIBLE FOR MATH ONLY?
Choose Math class based on your major
п‚Ё Refer to Math course descriptions online
п‚Ё Can only take Math and courses with Math
prerequisites including some (but not all):
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Chemistry, Engineering, Physics
Cannot take Art, History, English, PE, etc.
п‚Ё Can retest on Writing & Reading every 3 months
at $15 each part of test
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HOW MUCH TIME IS INVOLVED?
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For every hour
spent in class, you
should spend two
hours outside of
class studying,
reading, writing
papers, etc.
For Example:
A student taking 12
credits will usually
spend 12 hours in
class per week and
should allocate an
additional 24 hours
for homework each
week.
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CREDIT RATIO
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5 COLLEGE CREDITS = 1 H.S. CREDIT
4
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2 “
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1 “
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You can substitute approved Clark classes in place
of classes at your high school
Content requirements may vary
TYPES OF DEGREES
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See “AA Degree” link on RS website
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known as Direct Transfer Agreement or DTA
 Intended to meet general education requirements
for most local universities
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Applied Science or professional/
technical degrees
 Prepares
you for a specific job
 Not considered a transfer degree
CLARK
COLLEGE
AA DEGREE
Also known as “general transfer degree” or
DTA (Direct Transfer Agreement)
п‚Ё Total of 90 college-level credits
п‚Ё Average 15 credits per quarter x 6 quarters
п‚Ё Tuition for 15 credits will be paid by RS if
you are taking no more than 1 class at HS
п‚Ё Group Running Start Advising 101
Workshops will be available in the fall
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A.A. DEGREE STUDENTS
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Should choose first quarter classes based on HS
graduation requirements
These classes will apply toward the degree
requirements
Should attend a RS Advising 101 workshop in the fall
Should prepare for their specific major
Should take the ACT or SAT test
Generally will have to declare a major within one
quarter at the university
DEGREES & MAJORS
WHAT IF I’M NOT SURE?
Register for a Career Exploration class
HDEV 100 or 101
Visit the Career Center for the latest
information about careers
Talk with faculty & advisors about programs
you might be interested in
Talk with employers about what kind of
skills & education they want you to have
PARKING IN F/S SPOTS
Reserved for
FACULTY/STAFF
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STUDENTS
 FRESHMEN/SOPH
 FULL SIZED CARS
You will get a ticket if you
park in F/S spot before
5:30 p.m.
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C-TRAN BUS PASS OPTION
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Purchase Clark Student ID card at Bookstore
about one week before your classes begin
Optional: Pay additional amount for
quarterly bus pass
Have photo taken at Security
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Provide accommodations to students with
disabilities
п‚Ё Documentation required; start the process
NOW
п‚Ё www.clark.edu/DSS
п‚Ё Call (360) 992-2314 A.S.A.P.
п‚Ё (360) 991-0901 Videophone
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STRUGGLING?
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Talk to instructor first
Seek free tutoring
See Running Start Advisor
Drop class(es) by using a “Change of Registration”
form and taking it to Registration Office
If you don’t withdraw from the course, your GPA will
suffer (both high school & Clark)
Withdraw by end of 8th week of quarter
Probation/Suspension policy on college website
VACATIONS & BREAKS
Note: Most school vacations don’t match up
with Clark’s Winter and Spring breaks
 Go to college “Academic Calendar” on the
web before planning vacations
 Click on “Academics” then “Academic
Calendar”
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DO’S AND DON’TS
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DO:
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Bring your E.V. form to Clark
before the payment deadline
each quarter
Read and keep the syllabus
Check your student email
regularly
Contact us if you move or
change high schools
Complete a “change form” to
withdraw if you stop
attending a class or you will
get an F on both your HS
transcript and college
transcript
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DON’T:
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Have your parent call to ask a
question
Miss the payment deadline
Plagiarize (see course
syllabus)
Overload yourself with too
many credits
Over commit
WSU VANCOUVER LOCATION (CCW)
RS students can take CLARK courses located on
the WSUV campus in Salmon Creek area
п‚Ё Location abbreviation is CCW
п‚Ё Parking is not free at CCW
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COLUMBIA TECH CENTER
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RS students can take courses located at Columbia
Tech Center at 187th & Mill Plain
CTC Offers courses that meet nearby high school
graduation requirements
Location abbreviation is CTC
Parking is free
You can turn in your forms at the Student Services
window Monday through Friday
CAMPUS TOURS
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Campus tours are available
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To schedule a time to visit Clark College, call
(360) 992-2078
FALL QUARTER 2014
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Classes begin on Monday, Sept. 22
Plan class times at Clark around your high school
classes and allow enough time to get to Clark
Afternoon and evening classes are more likely to be
open at Clark
Columbia Tech Center (CTC) and Clark Center at
WSUV (CCW) locations are more likely to have open
classes
FORECASTING
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Fall & summer schedule will be online April 18 at
www.clark.edu, “Academics” then “Class Schedule”
Print Enrollment Verification Form from:
www.clark.edu/runningstart
Complete form and have high school counselor and
parent sign it
Turn in E.V. form to RS office or CTC by May 23
REVIEW
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STEP ONE: Forecast (Enrollment Verification Form)
with high school counselor in late April or May;
bring form to RS office or CTC before online
registration
STEP TWO: Complete online orientation and online
advising by 5 p.m. May 22
STEP THREE: Register online May 27 or later
STEP FOUR: Pay any fees and/or tuition before due
date to be announced late August
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