Clark State Community College
The career you want. The degree you need.
Clark State has a full-service location at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center in Bellefontaine, Ohio. Logan County students can apply, take placement tests, meet with an advisor, request financial aid and register for classes. Many courses are available online, providing students with easy access without traveling to Springfield.
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- Apply for Admission
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Send Your Transcripts
- Take the College Placement Tests
- Attend New Student Orientation
If you have questions, please contact the Admissions Office at 937.328.6028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a student with a learning disability, medical condition, sensory impairment, psychological condition (including ADD/ADHD) or you had an IEP in high school, make an appointment with the Office of Accessibility in Springfield at 937.328.6019 or email@example.com or Beavercreek at 937.429.7155. You may be eligible for help with completion of your FAFSA and placement tests.
If you need help paying for college complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at fafsa.ed.gov.
Clark State’s FAFSA school code is 004852. If you have questions, contact the Financial Aid Office in Springfield at 937.328.6484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve attended regionally accredited colleges other than Clark State, request that your transcripts be sent to us. If your previous college credits allow you to bypass the placements tests (college level English and math), an unofficial copy of your transcript may be used for the first semester only. To register for subsequent semester and to have transfer credits evaluated, you must provide an official copy of your transcript. Transcript evaluation can take up to six weeks. Once it is complete, you will receive an email notification, and you can view your transferred credits via WebAdvisory.
Send all transcripts to: Clark State Admissions Office, P.O. Box 570, Springfield, OH 45501. Transcripts must be received in a sealed envelope in order to be considered official.
Unless you have previous college credits in English and math from a regionally accredited college, you’ll need to take the placement tests. To schedule your tests, contact the testing center in Springfield at 937.328.6049, Beavercreek at 937.429.8921 or Bellefontaine at 937.328.6484. Visit accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students for test information and sample questions: You must bring your acceptance letter and valid photo ID when you come in to take the tests.
Remote testing is available if you are an online student and you do not live near one of the Clark State campuses. You may be able to bypass the tests based on your high school transcript or adequate ACT/SAT scores. For assistance, contact the testing center in Springfield at 937.328.6049.
Learn about the campus resources and technology you will use as a Clark State student, meet with an advisory who will help you decide your first semester schedule, obtain your schedule, pay for or arrange payment for your classes, and get your student ID all during the New Student Orientation.
Online orientation is also available. To register for either type of orientation, go to the Admissions & Financial Aid section on clarkstate.edu, click on “Getting Started” and then “New Student Orientation.” You must bring your acceptance letter and a valid photo ID when you come to orientation on campus.
Clark State Community College Student Services Coordinator:
GED / ABLE: 937-599-3010 ext. 1432
Student Services: 937-328-6484