Illinois Wesleyan Grads are Tops in Job Placement
Ninety-six percent of Illinois Wesleyan’s Class of 2016 were employed or attending graduate school within six months of graduation.
Largest Group of Freeman Asia Interns Set for Work Abroad
Thirty-four students will intern at 14 sites in Asia, supported by a Freeman Foundation grant covering airfare, housing, a living allowance, and all internship placement and visa costs.
Biology Major Awarded Prestigious Research Fellowship
Brooke Koebele '19 has been awarded an undergraduate research fellowship from the American Society for Microbiology, with a stipend for full-time research mentored by an IWU faculty member, plus funds to travel and present her research next summer.
Simmons Awarded Luis Leal Scholarship
Hispanic Studies and sociology double major Connor Simmons '19 is receiving a scholarship to conduct research on human rights and social movements next spring in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Classes run May 10-June 2 for our month-long May Term, designed to stretch traditional boundaries between in-class and out-of-class learning.
A variety of camps hosted on the IWU campus during the summer offer a range of scholarly, artistic and athletic activities for youth.
Parents and guardians of incoming students are welcomed to the IWU family with a day to meet staff, faculty, and student orientation leaders, plus informational sessions and a chance to experience Illinois Wesleyan first hand.
Summer Preview Days
Our Summer Preview Days -- July 21 and Aug. 5 -- are an opportunity for prospective students to learn what makes IWU distinctive, see our beautiful campus, and chat with representatives from various campus departments in an informal setting.