Fast Facts About the College
- Clark State began in 1962 as the Springfield and Clark County Technical Education Program.
- In 1966 the name was changed to Clark County Technical Institute and was chartered by the Ohio Board of Regents as Ohio's first technical college.
- In 1972 the College's name was changed to Clark Technical College.
- In 1988 the Ohio Board of Regents approved the status change of Clark Technical College to Clark State Community College.
- Clark State Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
- 5592 credit students
- 3577 are female
- 2009 are male
- 6 are undeclared
- 1823 are full-time students
- 3769 are less than full-time students
- Faculty to student ratio is 1 to 19.
- Average age is 28
- 654 are under 18
- 2239 are 18 - 24
- 1883 are 25 - 39
- 776 are 40 - 59
- 35 are 60+
- 5 are undeclared
- Asian - 51
- African-American - 820
- Native Hawaiian or Other - 14
- Hispanic - 61
- American Indian or Alaska - 22
- Caucasian - 4223
- Two or more races/ethnicities - 166
- Other/Not Reported/Unknown - 235
- Clark County - 2428
- Champaign County - 366
- Greene County - 883
- Logan County - 242
- Madison County - 182
- Montgomery County - 932
- Other counties - 559
- Clark State's tuition is one of the lowest in Ohio at $136 per credit hour.
- 69% of Clark State students receive some form of financial aid.
- The Early Childhood Education Center, located at 1001 East John Street, provides childcare for employees and students of Clark State and Springfield-Clark County JVS.
- Blue and white
Source - Spring 2013 Enrollment
Tuition effective Fall 2013
Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center