Becoming a new student at Edison State College is easy! Simply follow the steps below.
Step 1 - COMPLETE AND SUBMIT YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION
- New students seeking a two year degree or certificate (programs) may begin the application process by applying online. After completing your online application, please submit required fees, high school transcripts, and residency documents (see below).
- New or continuing students seeking a four year baccalaureate degree (programs) please view specific information here regarding admission procedures.
- International F-1 Students DO NOT apply online. F-1 Students must complete a paper application and submit it with proof of finances and high school diploma. International Students
- Returning students if you have been away from Edison for three or more semesters, you may begin the application process by applying online.
In addition, if you have attended any other college or university since your last attendance you must submit official transcripts from each institution.
- Dual Enrollment for current high school students may complete the application process on-line. The application fee is waived for students applying to the Dual Enrollment program. Please contact your high school guidance counselor for more information.
- Early Admissions students must complete a Paper Application (PDF) and bring it, mail it, or fax it to the Admissions Office. High school students have the application fee waived. Please see your high school counselor for more information.
- Transient Students should apply online as Non Degree seeking students.
|In addition, if you are a Florida resident, you MUST complete the residency documentation (PDF). These forms must be submitted in person to the Admissions Office on your campus.
Official copies of high school, AP, IB, CLEP, GED and college transcripts must be submitted to the office of the Registrar. All transcripts become the property of Edison State College.
Step 2 - ASSESSMENT / PLACEMENT TESTING
|Make an appointment to determine your math, English, and reading placement by calling the Assessment and Testing Services on your campus.
If you have taken the ACT or SAT within the last two years, bring a copy of your test scores. If you have taken college-level math and English, bring a copy of your transcripts (must clearly indicate your name and the institution).
Students needing to schedule testing for English for Academic Purposes (EAP) should call 239-489-9310 on the Lee Campus or 239-732-3789 on the Collier Campus.
Step 3 - ORIENTATION
FOR FIRST TIME IN COLLEGE STUDENTS - After placement testing or submission of ACT or SAT scores the SOAR Program staff will schedule an orientation/advising/registration appointment for all first time in college students. Students will register for classes at scheduled orientation session.
FOR TRANSFER & READMIT STUDENTS ONLY- Online Orientation is available at http://www.edison.edu/orientation
Step 4 - ADVISING
Step 5 - REGISTRATION
You can now log into the myEdisonState Portal and register for your classes. Click on the 'Student Academics' tab, then 'Add / Drop Classes'.
Step 6 - PAYMENT
Step 7 - STUDENT ID CARD
In S-101 (Lee Campus), present a photo ID and copy of your schedule to get your Student ID card. Charlotte, Collier, and Hendry Glades Center visit your student services office.
Step 8 - FINANCIAL AID (OPTIONAL)
Although this step is optional, Edison encourages all students to apply.
More information is available at www.edison.edu/financialaid or visit a campus Financial Aid office
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Edison’s School Code: 001477.
- Official transcripts must be received and evaluated prior to the first day of class. Please allow 30 days processing time for your transcript evaluation to be completed.
- Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid.
More information regarding application steps for Transfer Students, International Students, and Transient Students.
Admission applications, official high school and/or college transcripts (with graduation date) residency affidavits, change of major forms, readmission applications, and all financial aid documents must be received prior to the start of late registration to ensure sufficient time to complete the enrollment process. If you submit your admission application, transcript or financial aid information after this date, you may register as a non-degree seeking student. however, non-degree seeking students are not eligible to receive financial aid.