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Thomas Edison State University is designed exclusively for adult learners. We offer courses in convenient formats that fit into your life, no matter where you live or work. And we offer innovative ways for you to earn academic credit, so you can complete your degree without sacrificing your personal and professional responsibilities.
Yes. Thomas Edison State University has developed courses in a wide range of formats for adult learners to fit several types of learning styles. The University offers online courses; guided independent study programs; online e-Pack® courses; examination programs such as TECEP®; and Prior Learning Assessment courses that enable students to demonstrate they possess college-level knowledge that has been acquired outside a classroom.
myEdison® is the online student portal through which current students access their accounts, log on for courses, check on their assignments and grades, and so on, utilizing the University's online learning management system. It’s part of what makes it possible to study anytime, anywhere.
For undergraduates, new terms start every month. For graduate students, our programs begin on one of four start dates. Learn more.
Undergraduates may enroll any month of the year. Graduate programs begin quarterly.
Several student services are available online. These include advising, financial aid, enrolling and registering for classes, and purchasing books. More about student services.
Students typically register for courses and pay tuition via Online Student Services.
Thomas Edison State University GPA are based solely on graded credits earned through Thomas Edison State University coursework; regardless of when these credits were earned and regardless of whether the course is used to fulfill a degree requirement. As of July 1, 2011, only grades which reflect earned credits (A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D, F, IF, and W) will be used to calculate the official Thomas Edison State University GPA. Please note that NC (no credit) grades associated with Thomas Edison State University Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), e-Pack® or TECEP® will continue to be excluded from the transcript, even if the course start date is after July 1, 2011. Should a student not earn credit, the PLA, e-Pack® or TECEP® will not appear on the transcript. Learn more about our new GPA policy.
How can students raise their GPA under the new policies? You may improve the Thomas Edison State University GPA in two ways:
Students must have a 2.0 or above GPA to graduate or any additional standard required by their school. If you have any questions about raising your GPA, please contact the Thomas Edison State University Academic Advisement Center at (609) 777-5680.