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Clark State is close to home with several locations in the area. Attend any of our locations and graduate with the same outstanding education and exceptional prospects.

*In the event of severe weather, Clark State will send an Eagle Alert if any of the locations close. Students and employees can sign up to receive Eagle Alerts on the myClarkState portal.

Springfield

Leffel Lane
570 East Leffel Lane  |  Springfield, OH 45505  |  937.328.6028
Home to the majority of our academic programs, student services, bookstore, dining, gym, classrooms and administrative offices, you’ll have everything you need right here. 

Brinkman Educational Center
100 South Limestone Street  |  Springfield, Ohio 45502  |  937.328.6028
The Brinkman Educational Center is located on the corner of High and Limestone streets. Visitor parking is located behind the building. Student parking is located south of the building just across the railroad tracks. The Brinkman Educational Center houses our Fire, EMS and Criminal Justice programs as well as the Police Academy. 

Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center
275 South Limestone Street  |  Springfield, Ohio 45505
Reservations: 937.328.6066
The first floor of Clark State's Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center is dedicated to hosting meetings, conferences, trade shows and special events such as weddings, annual meetings and recognition dinners. The conference center's grand hall is the perfect location for large events with seating for up to 500.

Performing Arts Center
300 South Fountain Avenue  |  Springfield, OH 45506
Ticket Office: 937.328.3874

The Clark State Performing Arts Center is the performance home for area arts organizations and is helping to revitalize downtown Springfield by acting as the hub of entertainment, arts and culture. It is only through your generous support and the support of your community that enables the Center to thrive and grow.

Leffel Lane Campus Map | Downtown Campus Map

Beavercreek

Greene Center
3775 Pentagon Boulevard  |  Beavercreek, OH 45431  |  937.429.8819
The Greene Center in Beavercreek is a full service location for Clark State Community College. Less than a mile from Wright State University and down the road from The Mall at Fairfield Commons, the Greene Center is located near where you work and live.

Students can select from over 70 majors and programs that can be completed right at the Greene Center. Classes are offered during the day, evening and online to accommodate busy schedules.

Admissions and financial aid specialists are available to help you through the enrollment process. You will also receive student support services like tutoring and advising while taking classes at the Greene Center.

Beavercreek Campus Map

Bellefontaine

At Ohio Hi-Point Career Center
2280 State Route 540  |  Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311  |  937.599.7602
The Bellefontaine location at Ohio Hi-Point offers the community of Logan County a convenient option to attend Clark State Community College.

Clark State offers general education courses such as English and math, plus program specific courses for programs in nursing, fire and emergency medical services.

The on-site student services coordinator will help students through the admissions and financial aid process and be available for assistance throughout the day.

Xenia

At the YMCA
334 Progress Drive, Suite 200  |  Xenia, Ohio 45385  |  937.431.7171
Close to home with affordable childcare available and flexible day and evening classes. This campus offers a variety of classes each semester which are part of unique programs and majors designed to meet the needs of the county’s employers. A variety of programs to choose from:

  • General Transfer Degree
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography Degree
  • Medical Assisting Degree
  • Phlebotomy Short-Term Technical Certificate
  • Nurse Aide Short-Term Technical Certificate

Affordable childcare is available to students taking classes at this location. The first two hours of childcare are free with up to an additional two hours at a cost of $1.00 per child per hour, ages 6 weeks to 9 years old.

If you are an Ohio resident and 60 years of age or older, you may enroll in classes through the Mature Citizens program. Instructional and general fees are waived. In addition to course enrollment, you'll have the opportunity to use the College facilities and educational services.