Edison State continues to serve our students and offer summer courses via DISTANCE-LEARNING technology. Course schedules, student emergency grants and workforce opportunities are updated often.
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For the most accurate information about COVID-19, visit odh.ohio.gov or cdc.gov.
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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—and they are here for you through completion. We encourage you to utilize our advising services.
Edison State's career pathways advisors are your partners in success! A career pathways advisor is the first advisor that you will meet with once you have made the decision to further your education. 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?
Current students can turn to the faculty advisor of their program 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 faculty advising, Edison State provides