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“Edison State has been working with J.C. Wallace and the Troy Economic Development Council to determine the best fit for courses and programs,” Francis said. “The goal is to partner in providing high demand workers for the region.”
Since plans for the Troy location were still in the early stages, Francis said she was not able to provide much further information.
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The creation of a third location for the college comes less than a year after Edison State officials said the school was planning to build a 5,200 square-foot student career center and entryway on the school’s main campus in Piqua.
More than 3,000 students are enrolled at Edison State, which first opened its doors in 1973. The community college also has a campus in Greenville in Darke County.
Dayton-based Sinclair Community College is also planning on opening a new location. Sinclair officials are hoping to complete a purchase of Far Hills Church in Centerville in March. The church, which is already equipped with some classrooms and office space, will become Sinclair’s new learning center.