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The career you want. The degree you need.
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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Men and women. Full-time and part-time. Young, and well, less young. No matter who you are or how you identify yourself, that's our student body. So you'll meet others who are just like you. And, just as important, those who aren't.Adult / Returning Student College Credit Plus / High School International Student Online Student Transferring Student Veteran Active Duty Military Air Force GEM GETTING STARTED
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Clark State Community College faculty Jan Didich literally stumbled onto an idea for her students last fall semester. Didich, associate professor of practical nursing at Clark State, fell and broke her wrist the day before classes began in August of 2017. Didich, along with Kathi Stute, nursing skills and simulation lab coordinator for Clark State, developed the obstetrics simulation lab for Practical Nursing (LPN) students at the Clark State Ohio Hi-Point location in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Didich said the simulation included what students would experience in a hospital setting, but with a simulation maniken.View Story »
Robyn Hennigan, Clark State Community College assistant professor and program coordinator for the Realtime Court Reporting program has been awarded the Council on Approved Student Education (CASE) Award of Excellence. The CASE award is conferred upon an outstanding educator who exemplifies dedication to students and extraordinary contributions to reporter education. Hennigan has worked in the field of court reporting since 1989 as a freelance reporter, both for a firm and freelance business; official court reporter in the Clark County Juvenile Court; providing captioning services; and owned and operated a scoping and proofreading business.View Story »
Clark State Community College will honor more than 30 adjunct faculty members for their years of service at the Adjunct Faculty Appreciation dinner August 15 at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center in downtown Springfield. Shashi Chadha has been an adjunct instructor at Clark State for 40 years; she also served on the Clark State Foundation Board of Directors. Terry Black, a lifetime resident of Springfield, will be recognized for his 20 years as a Clark State adjunct instructor. Black teaches business and accounting courses.View Story »
Clark State Community College President Dr. Jo Alice Blondin will host her sixth Convocation on Monday, August 13. Blondin entered her sixth year of service with the College in July of this year. Clark State student-athletes will be present at Convocation to introduce the Higher Learning Commission’s Criteria for Accreditation, and Blondin will speak briefly about the upcoming HLC visit in December. Dr. Linnea Stenson, the Clark State staff liaison at the Higher Learning Commission, will also elaborate on the details of the HLC visit. Clark State Convocation will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center. Clark State campus will open at 11:30 a.m. following Convocation.View Story »
Clark State Community College will receive $25,000 from the Community College Alliance for Agriculture Advancement (C2A3) grant for the development of soil health curriculum, supplementary materials and workshops for current students and producers. The grant will support the field days and demonstration efforts for the Soil Health Partnership Initiative with the National Corn Growers Association. There were approximately 160 initial proposals with 28 invited for a full submission. Of those submissions, 16 were selected for funding, including Clark State. Clark State received $4,812,895 from the Higher Education Improvement Fund of the Ohio State Capital Bill as passed by the House and Senate last spring; $200,000 was slated for the Precision Agriculture land laboratory.View Story »