Edison continues to see enrollment increase
Monday, November 12, 2018
PIQUA — For the past three years, Edison State Community College has met or exceeded its increased enrollment goals, tracking over four thousand students annually. This fall is no exception as the college has continued to witness an upward trend in enrollment, experiencing a 12 percent increase in overall headcount and a 15 percent increase in credit hours.
“We are so pleased to see this increase in enrollment, which is a direct result of the talent and hard work of the staff and faculty at Edison State,” said Edison State Provost Chris Spradlin.
“They take great pride in delivering outstanding service and high-quality education to our students and community partners, and they move quickly to anticipate and respond to the changing needs of the businesses and secondary schools in our region.”
The increase in enrollment has been driven by a few significant factors including College Credit Plus (CCP) enrollment, online enrollment, and new and diverse academic offerings.