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From the beginning of your college journey—until the end—our advisors are here for you. There are various types of advising but they all share a common goal—to provide assistance and help ensure your success. Our advisors play an active role in your entry to Edison State—through completion. They also actively participate in assisting you with your move forward upon completion at Edison State.
From the moment you choose to attend Edison State Community College—through the duration of your stay—our advisors are available and you are encouraged to utilize our advising services.
Edison State's career pathways advisors are your partners in success! A career pathways advisor is likely the first advisor that you will meet with once you have made the decision to further your education. Career pathways advisors meet with all new students to discuss and confirm your major, develop a student educational plan that fits your goals and lifestyle and navigate your first semester at Edison State. They will recommend classes that you should take early on, in order to be prepared down the road. Together, you and your career pathways advisor will
Now you are enrolled and on your way. This does not mean that you may not require additional assistance. Are you questioning your choice of major or just have a question about it? Are you unsure what courses to take and in what order? Do you want some advice on a course or other academic issue? We are still here for you!
Current students can turn to either the faculty advisor in their program of study or to a career pathways advisor in the Student Services office for assistance.
We recommend that you meet with your faculty advisor each semester to
Not sure who your faculty advisor is?Your faculty advisor's name appears on the top of your registration statement, just to the right of your name. It is also available in the "My Profile" section of WebAdvisor. If you do not have a designated faculty advisor, please submit a Declaration or Change of Major Form to Records and Registration.
Students may work with other advisors at different points in their academic career, depending upon their needs. In addition to career pathways and academic advising, Edison State provides
You chose Edison State Community College to begin your college career. If you decide that you want to continue your education—our advisors and the following advising services are available to assist you with the transition.
Start at Edison State and transfer your coursework for another degree. Edison State's small class sizes and affordable tuition make it easy to launch your bachelor's degree close to home.
Edison State's "2 + 2 University Transfer" degrees are your gateway to over 250 bachelor's degrees at Ohio's public and private universities, as well as to colleges across the United States.
If you plan to transfer we encourage you to
The Edison State staff works closely with four-year institutions to keep programs up-to-date and transferable. Edison State's articulation agreements with area colleges and universities list the courses that you can take at Edison State to prepare for popular majors at nearby schools.
Some of the universities that recent Edison State graduates have transferred to include Bluffton, Bowling Green, Capital, University of Cincinnati, University of Dayton, Franklin, Ohio Northern, Ohio State, University of Toledo, Urbana, Wittenberg, Wright State and Xavier.
Edison State's academic advisors utilize a variety of transferability tools including:
Ohio Higher EdInterested in going to college in Ohio? The University Systems of Ohio has created a
site especially for you. The goal is to help connect future college students with information on how to plan, apply, and pay for your education at Ohio's public universities, community colleges, and adult career centers.
By completing Edison State's Transfer Module, students can satisfy the general education requirements at other Ohio colleges and universities. The
Transfer Module contains 36-40 semester hours of courses in the fields of English, mathematics, arts/humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and natural and physical sciences.
Edison State has articulation agreements with area colleges and universities which list courses that you can take at Edison State to prepare for popular majors at nearby schools, including Wright State University, Sinclair Community College and many others. See the
articulation agreements list for information on transferring credits to and from Edison State. Contact an advisor for more detailed information.
Transferology details course equivalencies between colleges and universities in Ohio by school and by course. It enables you to find out what credits will transfer to where and how those credits apply to a program of study.
Transfer Assurance Guides (TAGS)Developed by the Ohio Board of Regents and created by The University Systems of Ohio, the
Transfer Assurance Guides provide information on general and specific education coursework that students can complete and transfer. See Edison State Transfer Assurance Guide approved courses here.
Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE)The
Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education provides several resources for new and transfer students including:
Edison State Community College has entered into partnerships with several universities to offer degree completion programs on the Edison State campuses and online. These partnerships are designed for adult students who have completed technical A.A.S., A.A.B., or A.T.S. degrees and wish to continue their education beyond the associate degree.
Often times, these programs are accelerated or online. These programs apply more of the technical credits to a bachelor's degree than a traditional transfer program. However, A.A./A.S. degree students are also eligible for admissions to these programs. In many cases, the student may take additional coursework at Edison State before or during the time they are enrolled in the university.
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IMPORTANT For more information on these programs, please contact the college representative listed. Costs are at the rate of the degree-granting school.
The Wright State University PASS Partnership Program formalizes the link between the Wright State University Dayton and Lake Campuses and the Edison State Community College Piqua and Darke County Campuses to provide seamless student movement between the two institutions. The objective is to facilitate student entry or reentry into a bachelor's degree program at Wright State University. Click the button below for more information.
WSU PASS Partnership