Sonderegger Science Center in spring.

Freshman Scholarships

Academic Scholarships

Students admitted to Edgewood College are automatically considered for the following renewable academic scholarships. No additional application is required. Scholarship level is based on cumulative high school GPA.

inTuition Grant

This grant is based on a combination of cumulative high school GPA and test scores. Awarded to students with an average high school cumulative GPA of 3.5 and a 24 ACT ($20,835 per year).

Presidential Scholarship

This is one of Edgewood College’s most prestigious academic scholarships. The high school cumulative GPA for recipients is a 3.95-4.0+ ($15,000 per year).

Dominican Scholarship

The GPA for recipients is a high school cumulative GPA of 3.65-3.94 ($13,000 per year).

Washburn Scholarship

The GPA for recipients is a high school cumulative GPA of 3.30-3.64 ($11,000 per year).

Heritage Scholarship

The GPA for recipients is a high school cumulative GPA of 2.85-3.29 ($9,000 per year).

Access Scholarship

The GPA for recipients is a high school cumulative GPA of 2.5-2.84 ($5,000 per year).

ACT/SAT Award

Simply submit your test scores to receive this award. inTuition Grant recipients are not eligible for this award ($1,000 per year).

Specialty Awards

Students admitted to Edgewood College are invited to apply for these renewable awards. The Scholarship Application for Fall 2021 is now closed.

Alumni Award ($500-$3,000)

Automatically awarded to students whose parents or grandparents are Edgewood College alumni. No application needed.

Cor Ad Cor Award ($500–$3,000)

Awarded to students who can make distinctive contributions to Edgewood College either through sharing their demonstrated leadership skills or their unique backgrounds and diverse life experiences. ACT scores and high school GPA are not considered for this award.

College Access Housing Award ($5,000–$7,000)

Awarded to students who are currently involved in or have successfully completed a comprehensive pre-college program. Examples include but are not limited to: AVID/TOPS, College Possible, Gear Up and Upward Bound.

Community Scholars Award (full tuition)

This program seeks to prepare a community of leaders from Dane County compelled to promote the common good and advocate for justice. Historically underrepresented students graduating from a Dane County high school are encouraged to apply for this exciting opportunity! Deadline: May 21

Predolin Scholarship ($6,000-$8,000)

Awarded to high achieving students with financial need who plan to major in the areas of science, engineering, medicine, nursing or business.

Voyager Scholarship ($500-$3,000)

Awarded to students who live outside Wisconsin.

Social Justice Award ($500–$3,000)

Awarded to students who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to social justice, immigration rights, civil rights, and anti-harassment.

Talent Scholarships ($1,000–$3,000)

Awarded to talented students who plan to continue their participation in the areas of Art, Music, Theatre, Writing, and Foreign Languages at Edgewood College. Please visit the talent scholarship page for more information.