Community colleges are built for the ease, convenience and support of students, said Jim Doyle, chairman of the OACC and a member of the Clark State Board of Trustees.
“We know how to work around students’ needs and the biggest need they have right now is certainty, and that’s something we can supply,” he said. “We’re glad to have a chance to support students and their families right now with Year 1 at Home and we anticipate it will be a welcome resource - and source of relief.”
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The Clark State Foundation is also still accepting student scholarship applications for the 2020-21 year through July 15.
“The Clark State Foundation works to remove financial barriers and increase college success,” said Director Toni Overholser. “Our scholarships are awarded for a wide variety of factors including financial need, academic merit and program of study.”
Registration is open for the fall, and the college has implemented strict safety guidelines to welcome students back to campus on Aug. 24 with classes being held in person, online and in hybrid format.