• About Edison State at Greenville

    Edison State Campus at Greenville

    In 1979, Edison State at Greenville opened in response to the College's commitment to provide affordable, high-quality education opportunities to students in Darke County and the surrounding areas. During its first quarter of operation in a rented facility, the location in Greenville enrolled 78 students in seven courses.

    To accommodate increased enrollment, classes were expanded to several locations in the county, including Greenville High School and the Darke County Center. By 2000, the facilities’ capacity had been maximized, leading the College to move into its current location at 601 Wagner Avenue. The 2001 opening of the Wagner Avenue location provided the College with additional classrooms, computer labs and office space. This expanded floor space allows the campus to provide a wide range of student services and enrollment opportunities to residents in the area.

    Edison State at Greenville currently serves over 800 students from the Darke County community.

  • Greenville News

    Edison State Information Session Set for July 23 via Zoom

    July 8, 2020

    Edison State will host a FREE information session highlighting the career paths available at our regional locations in Greenville, Eaton and Troy. Read More

    Edison State Steps Up to Support Local Healthcare Facilities

    March 31, 2020

    As the COVID-19 health crisis continues to impact area communities, Edison State Community College is stepping up to help local healthcare providers in need through the donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Read More

    Edison State to Hold Screening of Agricultural Feature Film SILO

    February 20, 2020

    The Edison State Agriculture Department will be hosting a screening of the independent film, SILO on Monday, March 9, 6-8 p.m. in the Robinson Theater of the Piqua Campus. The event is being held free of charge, will include refreshments, and is open to the community. Read More

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