Clark State Community College has several convenient campus locations in Springfield, Beavercreek and Bellefontaine.
Clark State provides a safe environment for students at all of its campuses. Learn more about Safety and Security on campus.
In the event of severe weather, Clark State will send an Eagle Alert if any of the campuses close. Students and employees can sign up to receive Eagle Alerts on the myClarkState portal.
Leffel Lane Campus - Springfield
The Leffel Lane Campus is home to the majority of our academic programs, student services, bookstore, cafeteria, gym, classrooms, as well as administrative offices. There are six buildings on the Leffel Lane campus: Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center, Applied Science Center, Disaster Recovery Learning Lab, Rhodes Hall, Shull Hall and the LRC.
Downtown Campus - Springfield
The Brinkman Educational Center houses our business and IT academic programs, the Clark State Foundation and Human Resources. The Performing Arts Center and the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center are located right across the street.
Clark State's Greene Center, conveniently located along I-675, opened in October 2007 to better serve our Greene County students. The Greene Center is a full-service location where students can apply, take placement tests, meet with an advisor, complete financial aid and register for classes. A wide variety of classes are scheduled at the Greene Center each semester, and the Center will offer unique programs and majors to meet the needs of the County’s employers.
Clark State Community College offers courses at several locations in Logan County, including Ohio Hi-Point Career Center and Bellefontaine High School. Many Clark State courses are available in an online format which provides students access to additional courses without traveling to Springfield.
Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center