Skills Needed for Online Learning
Word processing skills
ClarkOnline Learning Requirements
Clark State uses the learning management system called Angel to deliver online courses. The following information explains how and when to access your course(s), technical information and who to contact with questions or if you need assistance.
You will have access to your online or hybrid course(s) on the first day of each term. To access your course(s), go to the Angel link located at the bottom of this web page or go directly to https://angel.clarkstate.edu. Students can also access Angel from a link on the myClarkState portal.
There is no guarantee that every computer will be compatible with Angel, however, the following are the recommended minimum computer hardware and software configurations for online coursework.
* A camera may be required for some courses – please refer to the syllabus for information.
Note: Certain antivirus programs interfere with the viewing of videos and you may need to temporarily turn off your antivirus program to view the videos.
You can also access your course(s) by using any of Clark State's open computer labs, the College Library, the Success Center and the Self-Paced Lab in the Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center (Leffel Lane Campus). During the first week of classes, the Self-Paced Lab located in TLC Room 114 offers basic instruction on how to access and use Angel, WebAdvisor, Gmail student e-mail and the College network.
Where to get help:
Online Learning Complaint Process
Clark State Community College is currently authorized to offer distance education programs in: California, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Washington with further sites pending approval.
ClarkOnline students from out of state should attempt to resolve any issues or complaints with Clark State first. To do this, you may request the amendment of your education records if you believe it is inaccurate or misleading. You should write the College official responsible for the record, clearly identify the part of the record you want changed and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the problem is not resolved to your satisfaction, you may take the matter to the Dean of Student Affairs and (in absence of resolution satisfactory to you) to a formal hearing in accordance with the College's established grievance procedures.
However, if an issue cannot be resolved internally, you may file a complaint about Clark State with your state by referring to the following list of State Agencies in compliance with Federal Department of Education regulations. You may also contact our accrediting agency, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Higher Learning Commission.