Clark is a two year community college, but the quality of education is high. The instructors all seem to be very good at what they do, and would not be out of place at a larger four year college from what I have seen. It has been a fantastic, budget-friendly, alternative for the first two years of my undergraduate education.
I think that it still has a high school atmoshpere to it. It might be an easier transition for high school graduates to the college way of things.
Well Clark was my first choise since i am still in highschool, about to graduate, i took the oppurtunity and sacrificed alot of free time into college so i could get ahead in my career. But choosing to go to Clark College was a great benefit and blessing.
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