Madison, Wis. (August 29, 2016) – Thanks to the generosity of Madison accounting firm Smith & Gesteland, five more students in the School of Business at Edgewood College are enjoying some extra support in their education.
Madison, Wis. (August 22, 2016) – Edgewood College is honored to be awarded a $16,000 grant from Attic Angel Association. The grant will support a new partnership between the College’s Early Childhood Regular and Special Education Program, the Dane County Parent Council and the Red Arrow Head Start to develop a multicultural literacy program.
Madison, Wis. (July 21, 2016) – Edgewood College is pleased to announce that with the final Tee Up for Nursing event concluded this week, the charitable golf outing has passed the one million dollar mark for fundraising.
Madison, Wis. (June 8, 2016) - The Home Depot Foundation and Student Veterans of America (SVA) have awarded the SVA chapter at Edgewood College a grant of $4,500 to enhance the Military & Veterans Services Office on campus, as part of their Vet Center Initiative.
Edgewood College is pleased to announce a deepening partnership with Madison College. New articulation agreements signed late last week guarantee admission to Edgewood College for Madison College associate degree holders and allow honors students at Madison College admission to the Honors Program at Edgewood College after transferring.
Edgewood College is pleased to announce the Center for Healthcare Education and Simulation (CHES), a unique partnership between Edgewood College, Dean & St. Mary’s Hospital and UnityPoint Health-Meriter, has received an Esther Letven Campus-Community Partnership Award. The award was presented by the Wisconsin Campus Compact on April 18 at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.
Madison, Wis. (March 22, 2016) – Dr. Scott Flanagan has been invited by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in “Championing Completion: Improving College Outcomes for Pell Students.” Only a select number of college and university presidents nationwide have been invited to attend this day-long meeting at the Department of Education in Washington, D.C. on March 24, 2016.
Madison, Wis. (January 12, 2016) – Edgewood College is pleased to announce that the Henry Predolin School of Nursing has been awarded a $42,000 grant from Bader Philanthropies, Inc. to develop a statewide collaborative among Wisconsin schools of nursing to address aging and dementia.
Alex Haunty, a student at Edgewood College, has been named the ‘Young Philanthropist of the Year’ by the Madison chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Haunty was honored at today’s National Philanthropy Day luncheon at the Overture Center in Madison.
The Edgewood College men’s golf team has placed themselves among the nation’s academically elite golf programs. The Eagles were one of just 24 teams nationwide, and one of only eight NCAA Division III programs to receive the 2015 President’s Special Recognition from the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Edgewood College is one of the best colleges in the Midwest according to The Princeton Review. The well-known education services company lists the college among its “Best in the Midwest” recommended schools in its “2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region” website feature that posted on August 3, 2015. Only 159 colleges in twelve Midwestern states made The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Midwest” list for 2016.
Madison, Wis. (March 17, 2015) – Edgewood College today announced that Gary Klein has been named Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Mr. Klein brings nearly twenty years of experience in fundraising and development in higher education. During that time he has demonstrated the ability to build a culture and system of philanthropy and the ability to build rapport with faculty, staff and donors.
Students, alumni, and benefactors of the Community Scholars Program gathered to celebrate student achievements and recognize those who make the program possible at the annual Community Scholars Reception. President Scott Flanagan introduced the scholars and thanked supporters for their involvement in the program
A gift of $500,000 to honor a student from the Cutting Edge program at Edgewood College, eligible for a dollar-for-dollar match from a second, anonymous donor, results in a $1 million gift for a new residence hall on campus.