Knowledge, skills, experience and passion. You'll find those in abundance at Clark State.Learn More »
In the classroom and out, you'll have the support you need to succeed.Learn More »
Knowledge, skills, experience and passion. You'll find those in abundance at Clark State.
In the classroom and out, you'll have the support you need to succeed.
A lower price tag on higher education. One of the lowest in Ohio.
Close to home, close to success: Beavercreek, Bellefontaine, Springfield and online.
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We offer 125 degree and certificate programs in some of today's most in-demand fields.Majors & Programs
Assistant coach for the Clark State Community College women’s basketball team, Stefan Stansbury, has been appointed interim head coach for the Lady Eagles team for the 2015-16 season. Stansbury will fill the shoes of former head coach Markell Cox who has accepted the position of assistant coach for the women’s basketball team and head coach of the women’s golf team at Urbana University.View Story »
Johns Hopkins University presented two youth programs in partnership with Clark State Community College. The summer programs: Engineering Innovation for high school students and Phone & Games for middle school students, have both been extremely successful.View Story »
Clark State Community College and Wittenberg University have joined forces to make a college education more affordable for students by establishing a new three-plus-one option for students. The three-plus-one option allows students to complete three years of college courses at Clark State and one year at Wittenberg in order to obtain a bachelor’s degree.View Story »
Former Clark State Community College student Ryan Knox says the most challenging part of being in the entertainment industry is “waiting your turn.” On June 30 of this year, it was Knox’s turn to land his dream job. Knox, a graduate of Springfield High School, is now a follow-spot operator and technician with the Cirque du Soleil show KÁ in Las Vegas, Nevada.View Story »
The Clark State Performing Arts Center will feature more than a dozen performances during the 2015-16 season, which kicks off with The Illusionists on September 11.View Story »