601 Wagner AvenueGreenville, Ohio 45331937.548.5546937.778.7890
Monday–Thursday: 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.Closed Saturday–Sunday
Vice President of Regional Campuses
Darke County Enrollment Manager
College Resource Specialist
Director | Agriculture Program
College Resource Specialist
Coordinator | ESCC Darke County Campus
The Edison State Darke County Campus partners with multiple agencies to ensure well-rounded educational opportunities for the communities we serve. Through these partnerships we are able to foster excellent community relationships and build lasting connections to the residents of Darke County. For additional information about partnering with the Darke County Campus, please contact Chad Beanblossom | Dean of Darke County Campus. Contact information is listed on this page.
Edison State Community College and the
Greenville Career Technology Education Center (C-TEC) have partnered in a joint Use Agreement for the use of the Career Tech Education Center and Advanced Manufacturing Lab located at Greenville High School. This partnership allows Edison State to offer courses not previously available, creates additional training opportunities for companies in our region and provides training opportunities for unemployed/underemployed individuals.
As the educational partner for Darke County Economic Development, the Edison State Darke County Campus is committed to providing the necessary training and coursework to create a qualified workforce. A collaborative effort between business and industry, education, local government and the economic development office ensures the county is an attractive location for companies to build and grow.
The Edison State Darke County Campus is a host site for the
Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) program of Upper Valley Career Center’s Adult Division. Students can work toward earning their GED or attend classes to improve their skills. Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with sessions in the morning, afternoon or evening. For detailed information, please contact the ABLE program at 937.778.1078.
The Edison State Darke County Campus collaborates with the
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services to provide a site for workshops and individual consultations. Karen Brooks, Customer Service Representative, holds regular office hours at our facility, and can be reached at 937.564.9575 or
The Edison State Darke County Campus is partnering with the
Darke County Board of Developmental Disabilities to create the Post-Secondary Transition Collaborative (PSTC) in effort to expand educational opportunities to individuals with disabilities in our communities. This collaborative will help to bridge the gap between a high school education and the employment needs of the region by providing support and appropriate workforce training to individuals pursuing their educational goals.
The Edison State Darke County Campus and the
Darke County Chamber of Commerce work closely on expanding educational opportunities in our region. The Chamber's Agricultural Committee is a critical piece of our exploration into an Agribusiness program, and is working closely with us on our feasibility study. Edison State is a proud supporter of our area chambers of commerce and is currently a "Vision Builder" sponsor of this organization.