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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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 Current High School / Recent Grad International Student Online Student Transferring Student Veteran WPAFB Active Military GETTING STARTED
Areas of Study
We offer 125 degree and certificate programs in some of today's most in-demand fields.Majors & Programs
Project Jericho will host a free concert event called Project Jericho LIFT at 5 p.m. on May 28 at the Clark State Performing Arts Center. The concert will feature local youth participating in Project Jericho My SONG. Local youth auditioned for the opportunity to write, record and perform original songs in a songwriting intensive with guitar virtuoso and Project Jericho lead artist Michael Kelsey.View Story »
Clark State Community College’s Technical Services and Systems Librarian Sylvia Halladay was awarded the National Library Legislative Day Travel Award. Halladay traveled to Washington, D.C., this month for a two-day legislative event where she advocated for library issues of importance.View Story »
Clark State Community College students Leigha Ross and Robin Starner have been awarded the 2015 Kristen Yarger Memorial Scholarship from the Springfield Human Resources Management Association (SHRMA). They each will receive $1,000 towards furthering their education at Clark State.View Story »
Nine students will graduate from the Building Leaders to Build Community (BLBC) course May 20 at the Clark State Sara T. Landess Technology and Learning Center. The BLBC courses were held at Clark State in partnership with the Ohio Air National Guard, the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's office, Clark County Job & Family Services, the City of Springfield and the Springfield Promise Neighborhood.View Story »