NEW! As COVID cases rapidly increase, Governor DeWine has strengthened his edict regarding masks. We ask that you recommit to wearing a mask, washing your hands and adhering to social distancing guidelines with those outside of your immediate family. We have been successful in providing safe environments on our campuses and intend to continue with a majority online course format AND in-person student services available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY through the Spring 2021 semester. Students should check with faculty members for course changes and scheduling for the Spring semester. We are operating at the highest level of service and success in the state and are disrupting the path of COVID-19 at our sites. Thank you for helping us to continue to be a model for a safe learning environment. Edison State continues to serve our students via DISTANCE- and HYBRID-LEARNING technology in Fall 2020. For current Edison State COVID-19 info click
COVID-19 Notice | 2020–2021 Academic Year
As we prepare for the upcoming academic year, the challenges and uncertainty for delivering course content remain in this COVID-19 environment. Edison State Community College intends to provide academic courses through a variety of formats, including hybrid, remote and online. Since unanticipated circumstances at any time could affect the ability to deliver course content in a particular manner, Edison State reserves the right to modify the delivery method for course content for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff. Irrespective of the delivery format Edison State’s competitive tuition and course fee structure shall remain the same for academic courses, consistent with published Edison State tuition and fee schedules. There will be no refund or reduction on tuition or course fees, since Edison State will be providing a full semester of instruction and awarding full academic credit to those who satisfactorily fulfill course requirements.
STUDENTS—Click here for INFO about Fall Semester! Please monitor your ESCC email frequently. PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS—Monitor your email for replies from Edison State. If you do not receive an anticipated response, please check your spam folder.
NEW! There are now TWO convenient dropboxes at the Piqua Campus—one is located outside the Robinson Student Career Center—the other is located outside the North Hall entrance. We encourage you to use letter-size envelopes. SEAL the envelope and place name of recipient on the front.
Via Zoom (Unless otherwise noted)
November 12, 2020 | 2:30–3:30 p.m.
December 9, 2020 | 2:30–3:30 p.m.
Diversity describes the coexistence of many cultures in society. By making the broadest range of human differences acceptable to the largest number of people, multiculturalism, as a function of cultural diversity, seeks to overcome racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination. Historically, marginalized
groups within society include but are not limited to, Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Appalachian Americans, physically/mentally challenged, women and people with alternative life-styles.
The mission of the diversity committee is to raise awareness and provide educational opportunities to the Edison State community, stakeholders, employees and students on the concepts of multi-culturalism, marginalization and inclusive environments.
Representation Research has shown that organizations with more diverse personnel achieve greater success, enjoy higher levels of creativity and ingenuity and maintain higher levels of job satisfaction. In educational institutions, research suggests that student engagement and learning is enhanced when students are
exposed to more diverse perspectives, ideas, beliefs and world views. Increasing the diversity of our students, faculty and staff, and supporting their success, are elements of this theme.
Campus Climate Elements of this theme include the development of a welcoming and respectful campus environment, appropriate response to unwelcomed biases and mistreatment and the intentional inclusion of diverse backgrounds and cultures in all
aspects of the campus, including curriculum, campus activities, art, architecture, personnel and campus life.
Training Essential to this theme is ensuring that students enrolled in degree and certificate programs gain the skills necessary for them to effectively interact and work in a multicultural community. In and out of classroom experiences contribute to this goal and it is critical that faculty and staff
have the skills needed to effectively interact with and educate a diverse student population.
Evaluation and Recognition In every long-term planning effort, it is beneficial to ensure that individuals and groups are recognized for their efforts in promoting its goals and outcomes.