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Thomas Edison State University Celebrates 50 Years

A year’s worth of events and activities will commemorate the past 50 while looking forward to the University’s future.

Annual Spirit of Edison Award Honorees

Prestigious Spirit of Edison Awards to be presented

Dr. Deborah Mican

Gala to Honor Healthcare Heroes and Celebrate The Year of The Nurse

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NJLN Funding Supports Advanced Nursing Degree Education and Healthcare Delivery to Underserved Populations

Student Emergency Relief Fund Launched to provide critical assistance to enrolled students with evolving financial needs during times of crisis.

University is temporarily lowering the tuition rate for visiting undergraduate students taking courses this summer in an effort to assist those whose education has been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ammon’s Recovery Scholars Program will provide up to $3,000, matched by the TESU Foundation, to support individuals in recovery who are pursuing education.

The grant will assist The John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy’s N.J. Cultural Competency and English Language Learners (ELL) Institute and Mentoring Program at the University. The funding will enable the ELL Program to dramatically expand its efforts to provide critical teacher development to 15 educators in the Trenton District’s Dual Language classrooms, including those in the newly opened Trenton Global Academy.

“An exciting future awaits for Thomas Edison State University,” said Dr. Merodie A. Hancock who assumed the presidency of Thomas Edison State University on March 5, 2018.

Student service member units have received hundreds of care packages thanks to staff donations.

The grant will help enhance the University by expanding the offerings and quality of nursing programs offered to students by the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing.

Thomas Edison State University has recently unveiled building signage designating Glen Cairn Hall as George A. Pruitt Hall.

NRC Supports Thomas Edison State University Students in Nuclear Energy-Related Programs

Played Critical Role Transforming Institution and Helping to Shape Public Policy

Focuses on Importance of Keeping Accreditation an Independent, Peer-Reviewed Process

Partnership Offers Athletes the Chance to Secure a Post-Retirement Future

What was Called a "Fad" Redefined Degree Completion in New Jersey and Around the World

Eight-Week Prep Courses Include Discussion with Subject Matter Experts

The University’s bachelor degree programs in Electronic Systems Engineering Technology and Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology – both accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET – were named among the top 20 institutions included in the 2017 affordability rankings by College Choice.

Margaret ‘Meg’ Frantz is responsible for the planning and implementation of the overall alumni program

Grant Will Support Further Enhancements and Programming Related to the University’s Military and Veteran Portal (MVP)

Thomas Edison's 44th Commencement is its First as a University

New Home of W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing Transforms Key Gateway to Downtown Trenton

Partnering with and Quality Matters to Expand Access and Quality Assurance