- Location Madison, WI
- Web Site http://www.edgewood.edu
- Nearest ELS Center Milwaukee,WI
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|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Available for Undergraduate and Graduate||Suburban||Yes||2190 (Total)||Yes|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Bachelor||Private||Baccalaureate College||Co-educational||125 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
Edgewood College is located on a beautiful 55-acre campus in the heart of Madison, Wisconsin. The campus is situated on the shores of Lake Wingra just about 1km from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and 2km from the Wisconsin State Capitol. The safe, tree-lined campus is close to local shops, restaurants and activities. Students receive a free Madison Metro Bus Pass and can easily and conveniently travel throughout the city of Madison. Madison is home to about 200,000 residents and is located about 3 hours by car from Chicago, Illinois and about 90 minutes by car from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Sister Stevie Hall is a co-ed hall with share lounge areas. The resident rooms are arranged as suites, with two very large bedrooms connected by a shared bathroom with two sinks on each side, two showers and one toilet. In each floor lounge there is a cable TV access and a kitchenette for resident use. There is a computer lounge on the third floor with computers for accessing email. The building is centrally air conditioned.Marshall Hall is a co-ed hall. Males live in Old Marshall and the females live in New Marshall. Between the two living areas are the Pine Room Lounge, a kitchen and laundry facilities which are shared by all Marshall residents. There is cable TV access in the Pine Room Lounge. Also available are a pool table and computers for accessing your email. There are two common study areas, and an indoor bike storage area. Regina Hall is a co-ed hall. Phil's Dining Hall, the Chapel, and several classrooms and faculty/staff offices are housed in Regina Hall. The majority of the rooms are single rooms. Dominican Hall is a co-ed hall housing 198 students. The resident rooms are arranged as suites, with 7 different suite styles within the building. Rooms in the suites are a mix of double bedrooms, single bedrooms and living rooms. All suites have a private bath. Most suites house 4 students, with a few housing 3 students (first floor).
Edgewood College is home to about 50 student-led clubs and organizations. A number of activities take place on campus throughout the semester - popular events include: lectures, movie nights, concerts, dances and intramural athletic events. The Office of Student Inclusion and Involvement (OSII) oversees five main areas which include: student equity and diversity, campus programming, leadership programs, off-campus and commuter student services, and new student orientation programs. OSII serves as the primary source from social, leadership, co-curricular and multicultural campus opportunities for all Edgewood students. We cultivate a variety of opportunities for campus engagement that create a well-rounded student experience and works to enhance the academic mission of Edgewood College. Edgewood College is also home to 15 NCAA Division III Edgewood College Eagle varsity athletic teams.