Library in the spring

Office of Academic Affairs

We believe that students choose Edgewood College because they are seeking truth, and that truth-seeking is often guided by what we call—after our school motto, cor ad cor loquitur, Latin for “heart speaks to heart”—our COR questions: Who am I and what can I become? What are the needs and opportunities of the world? And what is my responsibility in creating a just and compassionate world? We believe these are questions all of our students ask in one way or another, regardless of their age. And we believe that an Edgewood College education provides the best opportunities to explore these questions within a community that challenges and supports our students to learn and grow.

Our promise will be to engage with you as you seek answers to these vital questions; to help you connect learning, beliefs, and action; and to do so within a community of teaching and learning anchored in our Dominican values. Here you engage with excellent faculty and staff, you will have meaningful experiences both in and out of the classroom, you will develop lasting relationships, and you will grow as students, as professionals, and as human beings. 

Your education will prepare you to become a meaning-maker, truth seeker, change agent, ethical leader, a builder of a just and compassionate world. Our world—our communities, our workplaces, our governments—needs graduates educated in this spirit, people who can see things whole. Indeed, a liberal arts education will give you the grounding to know and develop yourself and become a force for good in the world.

Margaret Noreuil
Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs/Academic Dean
Henry Predolin School of Nursing
mnoreuil@edgewood.edu

Writing Center

Writing Center

The Edgewood College Writing Center provides free, drop-in tutoring and feedback for Edgewood students in all classes, at all levels, including graduate. Faculty, staff, and alumni are also welcome. Bring your project at any stage of completion.

Student Research

Student Research

The Student Research and Creative Inquiry Program invites students to think creatively about research. Student Research and Creative Inquiry offers students opportunities to examine an issue, problem, or question in order to generate new knowledge or enrich understanding for theoretical or practical applications.

Bonner Leaders Program

Bonner Leaders Program

The mission of the Bonner Leaders Program is to transform the lives of students, the life of their campuses, their local communities, and the world through service and leadership. The Bonner Leaders Program provides a scholarship to students who are committed to community service and learning about social issues and social change.