Freshman Housing Application
Research shows that the first two years of college are a critical time for students to develop academic and social networks in order to facilitate academic success, persistence, and satisfaction. Therefore, we are committed to providing a supportive and positive campus environment conducive to student engagement and learning for all students, particularly for our freshman and sophomores. In addition, we aim to enrich the college experience and strengthen the sense of community for all of our residents on campus.
A link to the 20-21 Freshman Housing Application will be provided after you've been admitted and signed up for an Eagle Enrollment Day
While we greatly value the enrichment that on-campus living provides all students, we understand that there may be compelling individual circumstances that would warrant an exception to the Edgewood College Residency Requirement. For further information, and/or if you believe your circumstance requires you to live off-campus, please refer to and fill out the following form.
Living Learning Programs - New!
Living Learning Programs are small communities created within the residence halls that have a focused theme, purpose, and programming. Students will engage in both social and educational activities centered around their LLP's theme. Living in an LLP is a great way for students to meet friends with common interests and engage in the campus community quickly!
Housed in East Regina Hall, Rooted is Edgewood College’s multicultural living-learning program. This program is for students with the desire to live amongst a community dedicated to creating an inclusive, diverse, and welcoming living environment. Rooted is designed to be a home away from home for undergraduate students who identify as a person with a marginalized identity, including but not limited to a marginalized racial identity, an LGBTQ+ identity, or a religious minority. Rooted is also open to students without marginalized identities who share a passion for supporting others and becoming agents of social change. Rooted promotes social justice through programming with emphasis on multicultural education, identity exploration, cross-cultural communication, and commitment to community activism. Specific events include: artistic expression activities, educational campaigns, community games, trivia, movies, discussions, and more. We hope that as part of the Rooted community, you will gain an expanded worldview enabling you to foster a more just and compassionate Edgewood College community.
Got a passion for gaming? Friendly competition? Collaborative play? Join the eSports Living Learning Program! eSports is a form of competition using video games and is increasing in popularity at colleges worldwide. Through competitive and casual gaming with others in the community, you can gain effective communication, collaboration, and leadership skills while meeting others who share your interest and passion for gaming. Some Edgewood favorites include: Mario Kart, Overwatch, Fortnite and League of Legends. Our eSports LLP is housed in Stevie Hall and features our dedicated community space, the eSports Arena! You don’t have to be a pro gamer, or even know how to play; we can teach you. The sky is the limit when it comes to gaming. GLHF!