An affordable quality education is attainable. Edison State Community College offers one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio, which translates into an excellent value, whether you are pricing an associate degree or the first two years of a bachelor's degree.
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We understand that you want the best possible education for your son or daughter—which is why we are committed to their success—from enrollment to graduation. Whether participating in College Credit Plus or working towards a degree, we understand that there are basic questions that you may have. The answers can be found below.
College Credit Plus (CCP) offers a unique opportunity for students to enhance and further their educational and career objectives while still in high school.
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS
Edison State offers one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio and more than 61% of our students receive some form of financial aid including grants, scholarships, educational loans and/or part-time work study. An affordable quality education is attainable. We provide an excellent value whether pursuing an associate degree or completing the first two years of a bachelor's degree.
Yes, it is. We call it the "2 + 2 University Transfer" program. Students can start at Edison State and transfer coursework for another degree. Our small class sizes and affordable tuition make it easy to launch a bachelor's degree close to home. Edison State's "2 + 2 University Transfer" degrees are the gateway to over 250 bachelor's degrees at Ohio's public and private universities, as well as to colleges across the United States.
Edison State maintains a safe learning environment for students. Our security officers are available around the clock to provide assistance to students and the campus community as a whole. View the complete security report and learn about additional measures you can take to keep you child safe as a student.
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