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 online.
Individual Visit (Individual Students and Families)
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.
Group Visit (Organizations Bringing Multiple Students)
Thank you very much for expressing an interest in bringing a student group to Illinois Wesleyan University for a campus visit. Group visit requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the visit date. A typical visit will consist of an information session (approximately 45 minutes) and a campus tour (approximately one hour). Please provide us with as much detailed information as you can on this form and we will begin working on arranging your visit.
Faculty Open Houses
Another great visit opportunity is an Illinois Wesleyan University faculty open house. An open house provides students and families the opportunity to meet with members of the IWU faculty and admissions staff, tour the facilities, and learn about financial aid and student life. To register for an open house, call the Admissions Office at 1-800-332-2498, or click on a program below.
Titan Weekend (Applicants only)
Titan Weekend is a fun and exciting way for students to experience campus life. During this program, students will have an extended opportunity to actively learn more about the academic and social life at Illinois Wesleyan. Participants will enjoy lunch and dinner on campus, attend a class, meet with faculty, interact with current students, and spend the night on campus with a student host.