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  • Why ESCC


    Enrollment Management is here to guide you through the application process and make it as simple as possible. Your Edison State Admissions Portal is a convenient self-service platform to manage and track your application status, upload required documents, view your decision history, connect with staff and register for campus events.

    Follow the steps below to get started as an Edison State student.

    Number 1    Submit an Application 
    Number 2  Provide Your High School Transcript
    The academic records submitted with your application will be evaluated to determine course placement. Click here to upload your transcript to the admissions portal.
    Number 3  Register for Classes
    Set up an advising appointment to discuss academic planning, including any placement testing that may be required prior to course registration. Find your Career Pathways Advisor or Enrollment Manager's contact information here.

    After applying to Edison State, continue to check your email to learn more about your next steps to becoming an Edison State student and any additional documents that may be required based upon your student type.

    Interested in Financial Aid? 
    We encourage you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for financial assistance. Submit the FAFSA at Edison State's school code is 012750. Learn more about financing your education here.

    Having trouble? We are here to help. If you have questions about how to get started or about the admissions portal, please contact Enrollment Management by email or by calling 937.778.8600.

  • IMPORTANT  Admission to Edison State does not guarantee admission to every course or program. Some courses have prerequisites which must be met prior to course enrollment. Some degree and certificate programs including PhlebotomyRegistered NursingPhysical Therapist Assistant, Medical Laboratory Technician and Veterinary Technology have additional admission requirements and follow a selective admission procedure with criteria used to select applicants most likely to succeed in these programs. Please contact a career pathways advisor or review the Academic Catalog to learn more.