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  • The top five majors at Clark State in Fall, 2019 were: Registered Nursing, General Transfer (AS), Licensed Practical Nursing, General Transfer (AA) and Social Services Technology.
  • 44% of enrolled students took at least one online course.
  • 10% of degree or certificate seeking students were enrolled in at least one developmental course.
  • Excluding high school students, 74.6% received some form of financial aid.
  • Clark State promotes diversity across campus through events and social interaction with faculty, staff and students.
  • 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's mascot is the Eagle and school colors are Navy Blue, Royal Blue and Gold.
Most Clark State students attend less than full-time (taking less than 12 credit hours) with 65% of all students being female.
Credit Students   5,669
Full-Time Status 1,215 21.43%
Less than Full-Time Status 4,454 78.57%
High School Students 1,864 32.88%
Faculty to student ratio is 1 to 14    
Cost
Clark State's tuition is one of the lowest in Ohio at $160.33 per credit hour.
1,616 Clark State students are under 18 years of age. Combined with those 18-24, this represents 64.64% of the student body. The average age of a Clark State student is 24.
Age    
Under 18 1,616 28.51%
18 - 24 2,048 36.13%
25 - 39 1,516 26.74%
40 - 59 462 8.15%
60+ 27 .48%
Gender    
Male 1,917 33.82%
Female 3,751 66.17%
Student populations from Greene County and Montgomery County have increased due to Clark State’s Beavercreek Campus.
County of Residence    
Clark County 2,183 38.51%
Champaign County 403 7.11%
Greene County 903 15.93%
Logan County 323 5.7%
Montgomery County 850 14.99%
Other Counties 1,007 17.76%
CREDIT HOURS BY LOCATION Student populations from Greene County and Montgomery County have increased due to Clark State’s Beavercreek and Xenia Campuses.
Credit Hours by Location  
Beavercreek 5,737.6
Bellefontaine 1,011.5
Online 12,920
Springfield 17,665.2
Xenia 463
Clark State promotes diversity across campus through events and social interaction with faculty, staff and students.
Student Ethnicity    
Native American 7 0.12%
Asian 64 1.13%
African American 900 15.88%
Hispanic 37 0.65%
Caucasian 4,248 74.93%
Other 413 7.29%
Full-Time Staff and Faculty  
Faculty 80
Staff 157
Full-Time Staff and Faculty Ethnicity  
Asian 2
African American 46
Hispanic 1
Caucasian 184
Unknown 3

Based on Fall Semester 2019 Enrollment Data