Thursday, April 24, 2014

Edison to host summer registration event

Edison Community College will host a summer registration event on April 24 from 1–7 p.m. at the Piqua campus. The event is designed to expedite the application and enrollment processes in time for classes that begin on June 2.

The event will feature a one-stop registration opportunity and refreshments. For this special occasion, the college is waiving the $20 application fee for all new students. The $25 set up fee for students utilizing the College’s payment plan will also be waived for those registering the day of the event.

Prospective students attending the event will meet with an advisor, design a personalized education plan, and register for summer semester classes. In addition, they will receive information about setting career and academic goals, learn about the financial aid process, and complete new student orientation.

“This is a great opportunity for those who are new to Edison,” said Stacey Bean, enrollment manager for Edison. “This event makes it so easy for busy people to prepare for college. Prospective students can come to campus, complete the entire admissions process and register for classes in just a few hours.”

Students new to Edison will also be able to complete the COMPASS assessment in reading, writing and math. Students who have previously completed college math and English, or who have qualifying ACT or SAT scores, may not need to take the COMPASS. It is recommended that prospective and returning students speak to an admissions specialist before committing to a testing time.

The COMPASS assessment takes about two hours to complete. Prospective students may schedule to take the test at another time more convenient for them by calling 937-778-7850.

For more information about the admissions process at Edison Community College, go online to

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