UPDATE YOUR ADDRESS!
Please follow these important reminders for updating your contact information when you change your address or phone number!
1. Submit an online Personal Information Update Form to the Center for Global Education within 10 days of moving to a new address or changing your phone number.
Remember this a requirement of your F-1 and J-1visas!
2. Update your phone number and email address with the Edgewood Eagle Alert System.
Eagle Alerts are notifications to students in the event of an emergency on campus, including severe weather that results in cancellation of classes. The Eagle Alert system sends text messages to cell phones, voicemail to cellphones, and voicemail to home phones to provide critical safety information to the Edgewood College community.
Login to Edgewood Express to sign up for Eagle Alerts,
or to confirm your contact information is correct. Note: If you change your phone number or email address in Eagle Alerts, it will NOT
change any other contact information you have listed with the College. Use the online Personal Information Updates Form above to change your contact information for SEVIS, college communication regarding classes, billing, or other Edgewood College business.
3. Update your address with your health insurance company
. If you are enrolled in Edgewood's health insurance policy for international students (WPS), your health insurance card will arrive to the Edgewood College Mail Center. You should create an online account with WPS to update your address. When you update your address with WPS, they will mail important insurance documents and bills directly to your apartment or residence. www.wpsic.com
(click “Members” then click “Register Today”)
4. Other Resources
: If you have recently moved, remember to update your new address with any person or organization that sends you mail. Here is a list to help get you started: Center for Global Education, health insurance company, doctors and dentists, utilities such as gas and electricity, cell phone company, bank, credit card companies, Department of Motor Vehicles (your driver's license), magazines, clubs and associations, U.S. Postal Service, and of course, friends and family. Also, check out this website for more information on moving to a new address in the U.S. https://www.usa.gov/moving#item-37197