Clark State Community College is located at 570 Leffel Lane, Springfield, OH. In 1962, the doors of this college were opened in order to fulfill the needs of Springfield and its surrounding areas. In 1996 their name changed to Clark County Technical Institute (CCTI). Ten years after their opening they got to have a student service of around 1,000. In 1970, it was determined that transferring courses had to be incorporated as a secondary focus. In 1985, Clark State had one of the most comprehensive general education programs of all the ones offered in the rest of the community colleges of Ohio. The degrees of Associate of Arts and Associate of Science were included to the list of almost 30 certificates and technical associate degrees that they had always offered.
There are three main academic divisions in which all their academic programs of study are encompassed. The Division of Health and Human Services, which is at the cutting-edge of technology, provides a long list of health related programs, for instance: Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medical Services Departmental Certificates, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nurse Aide Training, Nursing Transition LPN to RN, Physical Therapist Assistant, Practical Nursing Certificate, Registered Nursing and Registered Nursing ? Evening. However, Office Administration ? Medical is included in the Division of Business and Applied Technology. All health related programs are approved by the most recognized and well-known accrediting agencies.
With regards to Health Technology, it is imperative that students complete particular health requirements in order to be able to be with the clinical rotations. These requirements must be submitted to the Health Clinic, in Rhodes Hall. For this matter, all the rest of the students must get in contact with their instructor.