Doreen Larson, Edison State president, stated “this cooperative agreement between Edison State and Franklin University works to the benefit of students by providing high quality, convenient options and maximizes the resources of both institutions. I am grateful for the hard work of the academic leaders from both Edison State and Franklin.”
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The Dayton Daily News reported in January 2018 that Edison State, based in Piqua, was planning to open a new location in Troy, on West Market Street in the former home of Miami-Jacobs Career College. The community college also has a Greenville campus and this fall will have its first classes at its new Eaton campus.