While more than 80 percent of America’s new job openings require post-secondary education, only 16 percent of adults in Clark County, Ohio have a college degree. With the completion of the Sara T. Landess Center, Clark State Community College is bridging that gap.
With its dramatic glass, steel and metal façade, the design accomplished the college’s goal to create a new campus centerpiece. Inside, students benefit from the technology-rich learning environment, including a comprehensive health and sciences complex with specialized features such as simulated patients and a cadaver work area that opens into a presentation classroom.
- Library Resource Center
- Computer and Distance Learning Labs
- Studio Classrooms
- Teaming, Tutoring and Testing Spaces
- Cyber Café
- High-Tech Presentation Rooms
- Administrative Offices
- 2008 Merit Award from the Association of Licensed Architects