Think you're too busy with job and family responsibilities to attend classes? ClarkOnline courses are designed for students with busy schedules. ClarkOnline students "attend" class anytime and anywhere they have Internet access...at home, work, Clark State computer labs, even the local coffee shop! Almost half of the students enrolled at Clark State take online courses as part of their education. And it is important to remember that even though these classes are popular and convenient, they are just as challenging as regular classes and cover the same material.
Are you ready for online learning? Find out by completing the Start the SmarterMeasure assessment. It will take you about 30 minutes, but you may log out and complete it later if necessary. It is a tool that will help you assess your strengths and weaknesses related to online learning.
Hybrid classes combine the elements of online and traditional courses together. These courses require attendance at scheduled on-campus or clinical locations for lectures, labs or clinical experiences. The amount of time spent in the face-to-face setting will be about 50 percent of what is required in a traditional course.
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 ClarkOnline Learning 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.
- Your Username is your Computer System Username/Login and your Password is your System ID. These are located on the schedule/invoice you received after registering for your course(s).
- You may need to change your password after you log on the first time.
- Your Username and Password are for your use only. Please keep them safe and don’t share them with others.
Clark State will discontinue use of the Angel learning management system this fall. Some courses are already offered in the new system--Blackboard. Go to https://bb.clarkstate.edu if you need to login to a course taught in Blackboard.
Clark State has received full approval from the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools to offer online degree and certificate programs.
- Learn about eLearning in Ohio at OhioLearns