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  • Veterans

    Thank you for your service!

    Considering school?

    We'd be honored to assist you! We recognize the tremendous contribution that veterans and reservists have made. We are committed to providing you with academic, referral and personal support services to help ease access to higher education, foster success and build community.

    Ready to get started?  Complete the four simple steps below to become an Edison State student!

    Number 1    Submit one of the following—
    Are your a new student?  Submit an application.
    Are you a returning student?  Complete an information update.
    Number 2  Take the ACCUPLACER assessment  (if needed)
    Students who have taken the ACT or SAT within the past two (2) years, or who have successfully completed college-level math or English, may not need a placement assessment. Learn more about the ACCUPLACER assessment by clicking here.
    Number 3  Meet with a career pathways advisor—
    Create your personalized education plan.
    Number 4  Attend orientation to receive—
    Class schedule, student ID and information about campus resources

    Be sure to

    Checkmark    Review the Edison State checklist that applies to your benefit program or designation.
    Post-9/11 GI Bill Program
    Montgomery GI Bill—Active Duty and Selected Reserve Programs
    Reserve Educational Assistance Program 
    Survivors and Dependents Assistance Program
    Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program 

    Also be sure to

    Checkmark    Apply for Financial Aid and check out Edison State scholarship opportunities. For help along the way, call to speak with a Resource Specialist at 937.778.8600.
    Checkmark    Have your official college (if other than Edison State) and high school or GED transcripts sent to Edison State Community College. Transcripts should be sent to Registration and Records | Edison State Community College | 1973 Edison Drive | Piqua, OH 45356.
    Checkmark    Please read and retain your official admissions letter. Make note of your Student Identification number. This number uniquely identifies you as an Edison State student and serves as your gateway to most Edison State services, including Registration and Financial Aid.
    Checkmark    Students who wish to enroll in online courses must successfully complete the Online Readiness Workshop. You may register for the workshop at the same time that you register for your online class.
    Checkmark    Visit the Bookstore.
    Obtain your books and Charger apparel.
    Checkmark    Pay for your classes.
    Get your FREE parking permit.