Phone 608.663.4300 Fax 608.663.3495 email@example.com 1000 Edgewood College Dr. Madison, WI 53711
We're here to assist you by outlining the various financial resources available. We can guide you through the application process and are available throughout the year to assist you each step of the way. Please don't hesitate to contact Edgewood Central with any questions you might have.
Federal School Code: 003848 Please visit www.fafsa.gov to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
My Dropbox (submit and track documents)
Supplemental Financial Aid Information- 2016-2017
View Outside Scholarship Opportunities
FERPA Financial Release
Students should complete the FERPA Financial Release Form online to specify individuals (parents, spouse, other(s)) who Edgewood College can share financial information with (financial aid, account balance, charges, refunds, payment information, etc.)
- Student logs onto Edgewood Express
- Go to FERPA Financial Release (bottom of left menu)
- Complete the form including the name, birthdate, and relationship
Complete the Direct Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling and Stafford Master Promissory Note. To view this site effectively please use either Internet Explorer or Firefox. Safari and Google Chrome users will not be able to log-in.
Parent Plus Loan (optional loan for parents of dependent students)
- If applying for the 2016-2017 school year, it is recommended to apply after June 10 to ensure the credit check does not expire prior to fall semester.
- Parent borrower signs into www.studentloans.gov > Request a plus loan > Parent Plus > complete the requested information to get pre-approval.
- If the parent is approved and wants to take out the loan, continue and complete the Parent Plus Master Promissory Note on www.studentloans.gov.
- If the parent is denied, the student will be eligible for an additional Unsubsidized Stafford Loan. Edgewood will email your student a revised award letter with the additional loan.
Alternative Education Loans
Alternative Educational Loans (also known as Private Loans) are loans through a lending institution and are not part of the federal government programs. Alternative educational loans are typically more expensive than federal government guaranteed loans and should only be used when all other options have been exhausted. Research all possibilities for scholarships, grants, work-study, and federal loan programs before borrowing from a alternative educational loan program. Choose the loan that best suits your needs and remember to borrow only what you need!
For your convenience, some lender information is provided. The lenders and loan options shown are in no way meant to be a comprehensive or exclusive listing of all existing options. We will honor other alternative educational loans that do not appear on this list.