Clark College’s faculty union announced Tuesday night that it reached a tentative contract agreement with the Vancouver, Washington, community college.
The union, comprised of more than 400 faculty members, went on strike Monday and Tuesday.
Classes remain canceled Wednesday but the union will no longer be picketing.
The union will be reviewing the agreement at its meeting Wednesday. The agreement won’t be made public until that meeting.
The union has been asking for more competitive wages for all faculty, including part-time faculty members. Contract negotiations with the college began in October 2018.
The faculty union strike came the same week that some of the school’s presidential candidates were scheduled to visit the college.