Transfer Tuition & Financial Aid
Edgewood College is committed to helping each transfer student make a smooth transition to our institution as well as making our high quality education affordable. With merit-based scholarships available for excellence in academics, fine arts and need-based awards, we are often able to provide a financial aid package that is competitive with other similar institutions. Last year, the average financial aid package for transfer students at Edgewood College was $15,800.
Tuition & Costs for the 2023-2024 Academic Year:
Room & Board (Average): $12,590
(for students living in our Residence Halls)
*Please expect a nominal increase in charges for the 2024–2025 year (3–5% on average).
Applying for Financial Aid
- Be accepted for admission to Edgewood College. Applications are available online.
- Complete the optional Edgewood College Net Price Calculator to learn more about your financial aid options.
- Apply for Edgewood College specialty scholarships.
- Obtain a FSA AID at www.studentaid.gov/fsaid. The FSA ID serves as an electronic signature on the FAFSA.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa. The priority filing date is March 1. Edgewood College’s Title IV School Code is 003848.
Questions? Contact Edgewood Central at 608-663-4300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institutional, Federal & State Financial Aid
Students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa, will be considered for the following programs. (Priority Application Deadline: March 1)
Institutional Financial Aid
Edgewood College Grant – An institutional grant awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. This grant does not need to be repaid.
Edgewood Employment/Federal Work Study – Employment opportunities for students to work on campus. Students must be enrolled at least 1/2 time.
Federal Financial Aid
Federal Pell Grant - A federally funded need based grant awarded to undergraduate students who have not yet earned a bachelor’s degree and who have exceptional need.
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG) - A federally funded need based grant awarded to undergraduate students, with priority given to Pell Grant recipients.
Federal PLUS Loan – available to parents of dependent undergraduate students who are enrolled at least part-time. The PLUS Loan allows a parent to fund all or a portion of any remaining balance of their child’s educational expenses. A credit check is required and the loan must be repaid.
Federal Stafford Loan - A low interest student loan that must be repaid. Repayment begins six months after you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time status. There are two types:
- Subsidized – awarded based on financial need. Interest does not accrue while enrolled at least half-time.
- Unsubsidized – awarded to students regardless of financial need. Interest starts accruing at the time of disbursement.
State Financial Aid
For additional information on Wisconsin’s financial aid system, visit http://heab.state.wi.us/
Wisconsin Grant - Provides assistance to undergraduates enrolled at least 1/2 time. Awards based on financial need and eligibility cannot exceed 10 semesters.
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