Top 10 Tips for Applicants

  1. Wawa Tuition Benefits
    Learn about Wawa's Educational assistance benefits
  2. Prior College Credits
    Submit official transcripts from every college you have attended
  3. Funding the Investment
    Apply for Financial Aid
  4. Transcripts received? Evaluation Completed? Check!
    Log in to Online Student Services to see which transcripts we have received and to check on your academic evaluation. Your user ID is firstname.lastname. Students who have the same first name and last name as other current students will be assigned a number to provide them with a unique College ID (i.e. frank.smith2). A temporary password for Online Student Services will be generated and sent to you via e-mail. After your initial log in, you will be required to change your password.
  5. Chat with an Academic Advisor
    Log in to myEdison by using your seven-digit College ID and the last four digits of your social security number. Once you access myEdison, click on the “Make an Advising Appointment” link on the left side of the web page under “Tools” to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor. Or, call our Advisement Expressline at (888) 442-8372, (M-Th 10 am to 6 pm and
    Fri 10 am to 4 pm EST).
  6. The Time is Right!
    New undergraduate courses start at the beginning of every month, so you never have to wait too long to get started!
  7. One or Two? It's Up to You!
    Most students start by registering for one or two classes at a time. View the registration schedule.
  8. Tuition
    Payment is due at the point of course registration. Per-credit undergraduate course tuition for Wawa is $357 per credit in-state, $429 per credit out-of-state, and most courses are 3 credits each.
  9. Check in with The Thomas Edison State College “Wawa” site
    Regularly visit www.tesc.edu/wawa/ to learn more ways to enhance your Thomas Edison State College experience
  10. More Questions?
    Contact an admissions counselor at (888) 442-8372
    M-F 8 am to 6 pm EST or info@tesc.edu.