All Edison State locations are closed out of an abundance of caution and per the guidance of Governor DeWine's order. We WILL continue to offer courses and provide student services via DISTANCE-LEARNING technology beginning March 23. STUDENTS: Monitor your email or click HERE for updates. For students who have a balance due during this STAY AT HOME order, you may pay online or by mail. Edison State will NOT BE CHARGING LATE FEES during this critical time. For the most accurate information about the coronavirus, visit odh.ohio.gov or cdc.gov.
We are thrilled that you have decided to continue your education and just as thrilled that you are interested in coming back to Edison State Community College. We look forward to working with you again!
Please contact a Resource Specialist at 937.778.8600.
Click below to review your admissions checklist.
Welcome back to Edison State! You may notice some changes since you were here, but one thing remains the same—our commitment to your success is as strong as ever. We look forward to working with you again!
The college credits that you earned before, are still here. We have taken good care of them and they may still relate or apply to your current academic goal.
If it has been more that five years since you have been an Edison State student, you will have to resubmit your official high school, GED and/or prior college transcripts.
Your first, best step to take—to get started again—is to speak with a career pathways advisor about your current plans. Together, you and your advisor will
Please review the admissions checklist and take a look at ALL of our program offerings. Then schedule your advising appointment by calling 937.778.8600, and let's get started!
If you are planning to take just a class or two, you will not need to submit official transcripts or attend student orientation. You just need to REGISTER! Our Resource Specialists will be happy to assist you with registration. Once registered, they will review and assist you with your Edison email, WebAdvisor and Blackboard accounts.
If you are planning to enroll in online courses, you must demonstrate college-level proficiency in reading and writing AND successfully complete the Online Readiness Workshop. You may register for the workshop at the same time that you register for your online class. If you have taken online classes previously, you may petition to waive the Online Readiness Workshop requirement.