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  • Are you in high school or a high school graduate; a transfer or returning student; an adult learner, veteran or senior citizen—or someone interested in a career change or a few classes just for fun? Then you have come to the right place. Take a virtual tour of our campus and check out what we have to offer. Use the buttons below to schedule a visit, request information or to view our academic programs.

    Schedule a Visit Request Information Academic Programs 

    In nearly all cases, the following five steps will transition you from a prospective student to an Edison State student.

    Number 1    Submit an application 

    If you are a returning ESCC student, check the "returning Edison State student" option on the Application to update your information.

    Number 2  Take the ACCUPLACER assessment  (if needed)
    Students who have taken the ACT or SAT within the past two (2) years, or who have successfully completed college-level math or English, may not need a placement assessment. Learn more about the ACCUPLACER assessment by clicking here.
    Number 3  Meet with a career pathways advisor. Find your career pathways advisor's contact info here.
    Create your student plan and register for classes.
    Number 4  Complete and submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    Visit and enter the Edison State code: 012750. This step is a requirement for scholarship applications and determines you eligibility for grants (free money).
    Number 5  New student orientation
    This will prepare you for a successful transition to Edison State. Learn more about our locations, resources and your student accounts.
  • Apply now

    We recommend that you apply online, but applications are available at the Piqua, Greenville, Eaton and Troy locations. You can access the online application from any Apply Now button. 

  • IMPORTANT  Admission to Edison State does not guarantee admission to every course or program. Some courses have prerequisites which must be met prior to course enrollment. Some degree and certificate programs including PhlebotomyRegistered NursingPhysical Therapist Assistant and Medical Laboratory Technician have additional admission requirements and follow a selective admission procedure with criteria used to select applicants most likely to succeed in these programs. Please contact a career pathways advisor or review the Academic Catalog to learn more.