The best way to learn about any school is through a campus visit. To set up your campus visit, call the Admissions Office at 1-800-332-2498 or sign up on-line.
A typical visit to campus lasts approximately two hours and includes speaking individually with an admissions counselor and touring the facilities. At Illinois Wesleyan University, great emphasis is placed on individual attention. Our counselors personalize conversations with prospective students based on their unique interests and questions, much in the same way our faculty and staff actively engage with our current students.
During the school year, seniors and transfer candidates may also sit in on classes and meet with faculty, and student-athletes may meet with coaches.
This program is designed to assist Latino/a students and families who would like to learn more about the University campus community, receive admissions assistance, attend a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion workshop, and meet current students, faculty and staff. Preference will be given to seniors who have applied, but juniors are welcome to attend.
This weekend event is a program for prospective students to experience life as an Illinois Wesleyan student! Attendees will have the opportunity to visit classes, meet with professors, sample campus food options, attend an on-campus student activity (activity options last year included an IWU Titans football game and basketball game, School of Theatre Arts' musical, Undercover student music competition, performance by comedian Kira Soltanovich and student choreographed dance concert) and stay overnight with a current student host.
There is no cost to attend. Students interested must have already submitted an application for admission to the University. Eligibility is determined by academic qualifications and available space in the program.
Multicultural Weekend is an excellent opportunity for students who have a sincere interest in IWU to explore the diverse community, learn more about the institution and experience campus life. Participants will have the opportunity to sit in a class, meet with professors, interview with an admissions counselor, participate in IWU clubs and activities, stay the night in a residence hall with current students, eat the food on campus, and meet potential classmates and/or your roommates!