The Division of Student Development is here to assist you as you pursue success as a student. With a focus on our core values - truth, justice, community, compassion, and partnership -we are a dedicated team of student affairs professionals here to stand beside you as you navigate the college experience.
We connect you to the resources you need, find the answers to your questions, and provide the people that will help you make memories! The educational journey is not just in the classroom, but outside in and among your peers here at Edgewood College and beyond. We want to make sure you have the connections you want and need. Whether through life in the residence halls, membership in clubs and organizations, participation in programs and events, getting all of your wellness needs taken care of, or commitments to community standards, we have what you may be looking for.
We encourage you to challenge yourself, explore new possibilities, and join us on this adventure in our community. The journey is what you make of it, and we in the Division of Student Development are here to help you craft it.
Choose from one of four residence hall types: single, double, triple or suite style.
Marshall Hall, built in 1864 and expanded in 1963, is the only remaining building on campus from the early history of Edgewood College. The property was owned by Samuel Marshall, one of the original founders of M&I bank, eventually sold to Wisconsin Governor Cadwallader C. Washburn, and then finally donated to the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters in 1881 who began the transition of the property into what it is today.
East Regina is the most recent addition to the residence halls at Edgewood College. It consists of mostly double rooms with community bathrooms and lounge spaces on each floor. Residents also enjoy easy access to the Phil's Cafeteria on the first floor of Regina, as well as the chapel and classrooms.
Regina was built in 1957 as part of an expansion plan for the college. This hall carries on the original name of the school the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters established in the late 1800s, the St. Regina Academy.
Stevie Hall was ready for residents in the fall of 1994. This hall was named after Sister Marie Stephen (Stevie) Reges and is located behind the Regina Chapel and Weber apartments.
50 campus organizations (& counting!)
20 leadership and inclusion programs
Over 20 campus events planned a semester!
Participating in campus activities will be an important part of your life at Edgewood College. The activities and events planned by the various clubs and organizations will supplement your academic life with valuable experience, fun and friendship.
We invite and welcome the rich diversity of the world’s cultures, perspectives and experiences to our lifelong, learning community.