Admissions – Evening Accelerated
The Evening Accelerated programs offered by Edgewood College are designed for working adults who aspire to complete a bachelor’s degree in an accelerated format. Classes meet just one night per week, new courses begin every 8 weeks. Our counselors and advisors are dedicated to your success and will act as your personal advocate from admissions to graduation.
Take the first step and contact Ken Syke at email@example.com or (608) 663-4237 to arrange a personal appointment to discuss your goals and options.
- A minimum age of 22 prior to the start of classes in term of enrollment. Waivers for students less than 22 years of age considered on an individual basis.
- Two years full-time work experience or equivalent.
- GPA: First time students must have earned a high school diploma with a GPA of 2.5 or a GED score of 278. Transfer students must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) in at least 12 academic credits from an accredited college. Please request that official transcripts for all high school and undergraduate academic credits earned be sent to: Edgewood College, Attn: GPS Admissions, 1000 Edgewood College Dr, Madison, WI 53711
- A completed application. ($30 application fee).
International students may have additional admission requirements. Learn more.
Application and Deadlines
Session 1 – August 19 – October 11
Session 2 – October 14 – December 6
Session 1 – January 21 – March 13
Session 2 – March 23 – May 15
Session 1 – May 18 – July 10
Admissions Materials: Due 2 weeks prior to the session in which you begin to attend classes. For example, admissions materials for Session 1, 2019 are due August 5.
Evening Accelerated tuition for the 2019-20 year (beginning Summer 2019) is $536 per credit.
The total cost to complete your degree depends on the program you select and the number of credits you may have from other institutions that could transfer to Edgewood College. Before you begin your studies, we’ll work with you to create a custom degree completion program that will list all the courses you need to take and provide an estimate of your total cost.