All Edison State locations are closed out of an abundance of caution and per the guidance of Governor DeWine's order. We WILL continue to offer courses and provide student services via DISTANCE-LEARNING technology beginning March 23. STUDENTS: Monitor your email or click HERE for updates. For students who have a balance due during this STAY AT HOME order, you may pay online or by mail. Edison State will NOT BE CHARGING LATE FEES during this critical time. For the most accurate information about the coronavirus, visit odh.ohio.gov or cdc.gov.
Edison State at Piqua is located across I-75 from the historic city of Piqua, Ohio, in Miami County. The campus sits on a 131-acre rural plain among agricultural fields and neighboring educational institutions.
The buildings on this Edison State site have evolved over its relatively short history to respond to the needs of students and the community. West Hall, the original main building was constructed after moving from leased structures in downtown Piqua. Increasing enrollment pushed construction east to include classrooms in East Hall. The northern expansion added dining facilities, a gymnasium, theater, classrooms and laboratories to accommodate the growing nursing and healthcare programs. The most recent development points westward and includes technologically advanced meeting spaces designed to bring the world to Edison State through the Emerson Center, an architecturally unique LEED-certified building.
As Edison State adapts its planning to incorporate sustainable building practices, we are committed to laying a foundation for the future in many ways. Increasing enrollment and advancing technology have Edison State prepared to be a trusted resource for its community. As it has been since its inception.
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