PIQUA — To help students and parents through the college selection process, Edison State Community College will host its annual College Fair, Oct. 25, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the Charger Gymnasium at the Piqua campus.
Representatives of more than 65 colleges and universities from Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky will be at Edison State to speak with students, parents and guidance counselors about opportunities in higher education. Advisers and representatives will be able to address questions regarding courses, tuition, job placement rates for majors, accreditation, the transfer process and more.
Attending colleges include Albion College, Antioch University Midwest, Ashland University, Baldwin Wallace, Bluffton University, Bowling Green State University, Bradford School, Cedarville University, Columbus College of Art and Design, Defiance College, Eastern Kentucky University, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Franklin College, Franklin University, Gannon University, Heidelberg University, Hiram College, Hocking College, Holy Cross College, Indiana University East, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
Also IU School of Social Work, Johnson & Wales, Lake Erie College, Miami University, Malone University, Manchester University, Marietta College, Marshall University, Morehead State University, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, Mount Saint Joseph University, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Muskingum University, Northern Kentucky University, Ohio Northern University, Ohio State University, Ohio University, Otterbein University, Penn State, School of Advertising Art, Shawnee State University, St. Mary’s College, Tiffin University, Trine University, United States Military Academy at West Point.
Also University of Akron, University of Cincinnati, University of Cumberland, University of Dayton, University of Kentucky, University of Northwestern Ohio, University of Rio Grande, University of Toledo, Upper Valley Career Center Adult Division, Urbana University, Walsh University, Western Governors University, Wilmington College, Wittenberg University, Wright State University, Youngstown State University.