Students admitted to Edgewood College are automatically considered for the following renewable academic scholarships. No additional application is required. Scholarship level is based on a combination of high school grade point average and test scores.
This is Edgewood College’s most prestigious academic scholarship. The average GPA for recipients is a 3.7 with an average ACT score of 26. Presidential Scholars also qualify for inTuition ($15,000 per year).
The average GPA for recipients is a 3.3 with an average ACT score of 22. Founders Scholars may also qualify for inTuition ($13,000 per year).
The average GPA for recipients is a 3.0 with an average ACT score of 20 ($8,000 per year).
The average GPA for recipients is less than a 3.0 with an average ACT score of less than 20 ($4,000 per year).
If you’re graduating high school with a 3.5 cumulative unweighted GPA or better, and have a composite ACT score of 24 or better, you qualify for the new Edgewood College inTuition Grant. This grant significantly lowers your tuition from $31,700 to $11,400 your first year. That’s comparable to the current annual undergraduate tuition and fee rate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.Read More
Students admitted to Edgewood College are invited to apply for these renewable awards. The Edgewood College Freshman Scholarship Application will be available October 1 to May 1. Priority Deadline: December 1/Final Deadline: May 1.
Alumni Award ($500-$3,000)
Automatically awarded to students whose parents or grandparents are Edgewood College alumni. No application needed.
Bonner Leaders Award ($1,000-$2,000)
Awarded to students who have demonstrated significant commitment to community service and who will continue that commitment at Edgewood College. Participation in the Bonner Leaders Program is required. Deadline: March 1
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 Award ($500–$3,000)
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)
Awarded to students who are academically motivated Dane County residents who demonstrate financial need. Students with a strong interest in serving the civic needs of Dane County during college and after graduation are encouraged to apply. Deadline: March 1
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.
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.