Student Life

At Edgewood College, you will be encouraged to get involved in activities that will help you explore your identity, passions, talents and strengths. Our Office of Student Inclusion and Involvement offers tons of opportunities for you to get involved on and off-campus. Being active in the Edgewood College community is a great way to meet new friends and have lots of fun!

A Community of Learners

Explore a variety of Activities:

  • Take a day trip to the Kalahari Water Park, the Trampoline Park, or a Milwaukee Brewers Game
  • Enjoy laser tag, movie, video game and trivia nights, self-defense classes and shopping excursions
  • Attend special lectures and events like Spirituality by the Slice or the Human Book Event

Become a Leader in Class and On Campus

  • Participate in student government
  • Do an internship at a local business or agency
  • Conduct research on Lake Wingra

 

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student led social, educational, professional and service organizations to choose from. Or start your own!
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NCAA sports teams – all events are free for students. Go Eagles!
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students are encouraged to study abroad! Recent Eagles have studied in Argentina, Australia, China, Ireland, Spain, and more!

Favorite Place On Campus

Located on the wooded shores of Lake Wingra, Edgewood College is nestled in a friendly residential community, on a safe and scenic 55 acre campus.

Student Organizations

Participating in campus activities will be an important part of your life at college. The activities and events planned by the various clubs and organizations will supplement your academic life with valuable experience, fun and friendship.

Living On Campus

Past Edgewood College Eagles have lots of stories to share about what they like most about living on campus. What will be your story?

Did you know?

At some point in their college career, most students need a little assistance. At Edgewood College, we’ve got you covered. We are committed to your academic success. We offer a variety of support services and want to work with you to help you on the road to successfully completing your academic program.

Support Services

Academic advising, career and personal counseling, learning support services, tutoring, writing center, chapel and mass, Office of Inclusion and Involvement, Center for Global Education, disability services and more.

 

Career Services

Personalized career counseling, career exploration, resume assistance, mock interviews, job search support, graduate school application advising and opportunities to network with alumni and employers.

"The campus atmosphere is one of exploration. It's something that I really enjoy most about this campus."
Kareem Massie
Hometown: Madison, WI // Major: Computer and Information Systems