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The campus I attend is smaller. I go to Beavercreek and it's no athletic teams, big library, nor dorms or housing. I put very good because I don't live on campus.
I love how the classes are going! The teachers are amazing and very understanding. The campus is little and you're able to get to classes very easily. The academics are amazing and they have lots of choices for classes. The campus is in a local area, and where people can easily find it.
Excellent school. Low tuition rates, making it easy to get through college, or get started on a bachelor's degree, without breaking the bank or needing a ton of loans. If you want to continue and get a bachelor's degree, Clark State has associate's degrees designed specifically for transferring to a four-year college that will knock out virtually all of your "core" classes so you can focus on those relevant to your major after transferring. Clark State also has a relationship with Wright State University called the Gateway Program, along with dozens of articulation agreements, that makes it easy to transfer and gives you access to additional scholarships automatically if you complete the associate's degree. Clark State's advisers and professors are very friendly and approachable and are willing to work with you to ensure you get the most out of your education. I have no regrets for choosing to start my education at Clark State.
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I have attended this School on two occasions, all of my experiences from the application, placement, fianancial aid, and advising have all been and excellent experience.
I am currently enrolled at Clark State in the Police Academy, and so far this has been an excellent experience.
I took courses here as a high school student and had a great experience. I know Clark State is much cheaper then other schools, and it has a wide variety of college students.
I am currently in my last semester at Clark State for the Practical Nursing program. They have been super helpful throughout my time at Clark State. I have learned so much from my instructors and have overall enjoyed my time at Clark State.
Overall it is a nice college. Going through the financial aid process with the college was pretty easy for me. It is easy to register for classes. There is also nice areas to sit and wait for classes and/ or get work done for your classes.
Good school teachers care. They help when you need it. If you need extra help they have it. They have a area for disabilities.
One of the best things I love about Clark State Community College is that the school will work with you when it comes to any aspect of your life. If there is a time you cant pay your rent there is a emergency fund that you can apply for. If you need parts for your car to get it started and running again they will assist you with that to make life easy. Also what I love about the school is that they are there for you more than most schools are, when it comes to academics, help, tutoring, anything they always and will always find a way. Clark State does a great job with there students, if I had to pick any community college to attend it would very much be Clark state community college.
Small Community College very cheap and nice staff. The drive is a lil far but its the cheapest college around my area.
I like the price of the credit hour. However i had a hard time getting the financial aid to submit my fafsa. This put me back an entire semester. I also had a professor that didn't answer any emails throughout the semester.
I have had a pretty good experience! I am recently just restarting my education here. I went for a while but I was not in a good place in life, I was a teenage mom things were hard.
this is one of the best schools i have gone to. the only thing i would change would be to add more higher level classes.
I liked how an advisor was always there to help whenever I needed it. However, when it came to scheduling for classes, I was better off scheduling them myself than going to an advisor due to the fact that I felt I knew just as much as they did. I did like the size of the classes which made it easier to gain a relationship with the professor and also make new friends.
Clark State is a very tightly-knit and encouraging community. What I enjoy most is walking in and always feeling like any question or concern I may have is greeted with professionalism and a sense of urgency of someone who truly cares about my well being. It is easy to succeed in this community because students are constantly offered resources and information for their education.
Clark State is overall a great college. It is in a smaller location for those who don't like big cities. It's not only for the younger crowd. This is a great school for those who have families as well. It's a great way to complete a class here or there. It is clean and organized. Campus is centrally located around a variety of shops and restaurants. Clark State guarantees a fast way to complete half a 4 year or complete an associate's degree. If you aren't great at school, the classes have a smaller ratio of students to instructor, allowing for more one on one explanation/teaching. It is a good way to complete your schooling without being sucked into the party scene as well. You don't waste money on dorms and extra trivial expenses. You can live at home, work, and save money while in school. I would recommend Clark State Community College to anyone looking to stay focused, complete their goal, and continue a family or job in the mix.
I am apart of the college credit plus program that clark state has and it's a great way to get credit while still in high school. The techers I've had from clark state are great when you need help and are generally very engaging.
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Excellent school. Great academics. Low tuition. Flexible classes. Great support services. Many different majors and programs to choose from.
Clark State is great because--and I know how corny this sounds, but it's true--they want you to succeed. College involves a number of complicated processes that you probably aren't familiar with because you've not yet gone to college. Faculty and Staff here genuinely want to help you solve any problems with financial aid, registration, oral reports, or anything of the kind. It's small and the course options can be restrictive, but it's just right for getting your general education requirements done.
What I like most is the environment provided by the campus and the culture of the staff. I've never had any trouble receiving help.
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