New Online Tool Demonstrates Affordability of IWU Education
By spending three minutes answering six simple questions, prospective students and their families can easily discover that an Illinois Wesleyan Education is a realistic financial fit.
Illinois Wesleyan New-Student Enrollment Up 30 Percent
Illinois Wesleyan welcomed to campus its largest incoming class in five years and its most diverse class in University history for the 2018-19 academic year.
Ghadiri '10 Authors Law to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors
Chicago attorney and IWU alum Sara Ghadiri '10 expanded protections for survivors of domestic abuse and stalking by revising current laws surrounding legal name changes.
Acacia Fraternity Honored for Philanthropy and Service
Illinois Wesleyan's chapter of Acacia has received the fraternity's biennial Excellence in Human Service Planning award, in recognition of its many on-campus philanthropy events.
Poet and Activist Denice Frohman to Visit IWU
Award-winning viral poet Denice Frohman will perform at Illinois Wesleyan on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Young Main Lounge of the Memorial Center.
School of Theatre Arts Presents "Stop Kiss"
Illinois Wesleyan's School of Theatre Arts will present Diana Son's moving seriocomedy Stop Kiss Oct. 3-7 at the Jerome Mirza Theatre at McPherson Hall.
Stellaccio Lecture to Feature Renowned Sculptor and Ceramist
Sculptor and ceramist Del Harrow will visit Illinois Wesleyan University as a guest lecturer for the 2018 Anthony E. Stellaccio Visiting Artist and Lecture Series.
Art Exhibits Feature Works by Alum and School of Art Faculty
The Merwin and Wakeley Galleries are featuring the work of internationally celebrated painter and lithographer Dorothea Bilder '62 and art faculty Grace Sheese.