File your FAFSA early!
The FAFSA is available to all students beginning on October 1 of each year.
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Our financial aid staff is equipped to help make financing your education as simple as possible.
There are various types of aid available to help you finance your education.
Focus on learning
With one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio, you can focus on what's really important.
Payments can be made in multiple ways at both of our campuses.
Please contact a Resource Specialist at
937.778.8600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An affordable quality education is attainable. We offer one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio. More than 61% of students attending Edison State Community College receive some form of financial aid including grants, scholarships, educational loans and/or part–time work-study employment. Edison State provides an excellent value whether you want to pursue an associate degree or complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree.
NOTE To ensure security and timeliness, all financial aid information will be communicated to students via their Edison State email accounts. Postal addresses will be used for students who do not have an email address on file.
How Much Does It Cost? We encourage all individuals to further their education and make every effort to maintain tuition and fees at the lowest possible level. Review our tuition tables for details. Financial Aid We realize that the expense of a college education may feel overwhelming. You, as a student, are primarily responsible for financing your education, but the Financial Aid Office is here to help you explore various sources of funding. Payment Options We work with you to provide payment options that meet your needs. Pay now with cash, check or credit card. Pay later by using the deferred payment plan. Financial Aid is also available to those who qualify. TAA and WIA Funding Funding may be available to students through the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) or the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). TAA is a federally-funded program that assists workers whose jobs have been impacted by foreign imports and job outsourcing. WIA provides federal job-training funds for adults and dislocated workers.