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.
19-20 Residence Life Terms and Conditions
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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.
Freshman On-Campus Residency Requirement Exception Form
Living Learning Programs - New!
Edgewood College plans to offer two Living Learning
Programs (LLP) for the 2019-2020 academic year. LLPs 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
Housed in East Regina Hall, Rooted is Edgewood College’s multicultural
living learning program. It is designed to be a home away from
home for undergraduate students from all majors, backgrounds, and beliefs
who share a passion for exploring issues of diversity and social justice and
becoming agents of social change. Through group discussions on
multiculturalism, diversity, social justice, and exploration of your identity,
you’ll gain an expanded worldview, thus creating a safe, welcoming, and fun
living space for all.
Click here to begin your Rooted application!
Housed in Stevie Hall, the eSports Living Learning Program allows students
who share an interest in gaming to live in community with one another and on
the same floor as the eSports Arena. eSports is a form of competition using
video games and is increasing in popularity in high schools and colleges
world-wide. 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.
Click here to begin your eSports LLP application!
Living on Campus
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