Questions & Answers
Q: What is Quick Enroll? How can it help me?
A: Quick Enroll is Edgewood College’s online site where you can:
- shop for all of Edgewood College’s Professional and Continuing Education courses for adults;
- enroll for credit into courses for which you are already registered, or will register;
- register (get a seat) for courses in education, leadership development, sustainability, computer
science and business;
Q: How can I see the difference between an enrollment section and a registration section?
A: An enrollment (for academic credit) begins with “PD” for its course number, such as PDED-1001.
A registration (to get a seat in the course) has a course number that begins with any letters except “PD”, such as COACH-1 and CIS-7013.
Q: How do I know if my online enrollment or registration was successful?
A: Upon successful enrollment or registration, you will see an order confirmation message; you can also view your own Order History in your Quick Enroll account.
In addition, you will receive emails confirming enrollment/registration and payment.
Q: If I am currently an Edgewood College graduate student, how do I apply for a Professional and Continuing Education course?
A: You still have to enroll at the site mentioned above for each such course, even if you are a current Edgewood College student.
Q: What is the tuition cost for a graduate credit via Quick Enroll?
A: Tuition for the 2018-19 year (through June 30, 2019) is $185 per credit.
Q: What is the cost for course registrations?
A: The cost of registrations (to get a seat in the course) varies. Each section shows it under Cost Information.
Q: What forms of payment can I use?
A: You can make electronic payments from your checking or savings account (no service fee), or you can use a credit or debit card - American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa (2.75% service fee).
Q: How do I go about registering in a course offered by organizations that I’m not connected to?
A: On the Quick Enroll site, each course description states to whom the course is open. Some "open" courses have a link to their registration site. You have to first register with the course’s sponsoring organization BEFORE you can enroll for the credit/s.
If you have questions about registering to get a seat in a course, please use the Inquire button on the course description page, or contact Ken at email@example.com.
Q: When and how do I get my official transcript and grade?
A: Grades are available a day or two after the instructor provides the grades to Edgewood College.
Two types of transcripts are available to current and former students:
- official transcripts ($8); and,
- unofficial transcripts (no charge).
You can also see a list of your completed courses and grades at the Quick Enroll site where you enrolled in your courses that occurred after January, 2017.