There's no better way to experience what makes Illinois Wesleyan University unique than to come for a visit, and there's a variety of ways to do it!
Our friendly open houses are phenomenal opportunities to visit, discover the array of all that's possible here, and taste how Illinois Wesleyan can facilitate your reaching further, pushing past, and exceeding your goals. Tour campus. Interact with faculty. Ask questions of current students. Learn more about what it's really like to live, study, play, and "breakthrough" here at IWU.
Register by clicking on the date below:
Join us for Admitted Student Day, during which you and your family will get a real sense of what it will feel like to be a Titan. You'll take a deeper dive into specific ways the IWU educational experience sets our students up for success. You will hear from current students, faculty and alumni about the distinctive characteristics of IWU. The programs include further opportunities to tour campus, breakout sessions focused on post-graduate planning, study abroad, research, student life, and much more.
If you've applied and been admitted to IWU, register by clicking on one of the dates below.
Even if one of our group preview days doesn't fit into your schedule, don't worry! We'd love to set up an individual visit for you. A typical visit to campus lasts approximately two hours and includes speaking with an admissions counselor and touring the campus. 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.
You can also call the Admissions Office at 800-332-2498 to schedule your visit over the phone.
¡Tu Universidad! is designed to help Latinx students and their parents learn more about the University community, the admissions process and all financial aid resources. Participants will meet current students, faculty and staff. Preference will be given to seniors who have applied for admissions, but juniors are also welcome to attend. Afterwards, you are invited to stay for Barrio Fiesta, one of the highlights of IWU's year from SALSA (IWU's Spanish and Latino Student Association). Travel Vouchers are available for out-of-state students. All sessions will be translated in Spanish.
¡Tú Universidad! Es un programa diseñado para ayudar a estudiantes Latinx y sus padres a aprender más acerca de la comunidad universitaria, el proceso de admisiones y todos los recursos de ayuda financiera. Todas las sesiones serán en español. Los participantes también se reunirán con estudiantes actuales y profesores. Se dará preferencia a los estudiantes del grado 12 que han entregado la solicitud de admisiones, pero estudiantes del grado 11 también son bienvenidos a asistir. También se invita a asistir a Barrio Fiesta, el evento más destacado del año de SALSA (La Asociación de Estudiantes Hispanos y Latinos). (Se proveerá asistencia financiera a estudiantes fuera del estado). TODAS LAS SESIONES SERÁN EN ESPAÑOL
We love sharing Illinois Wesleyan with groups of students. To ensure a positive experience for all, we ask that all small groups adhere to the following guidelines:
Although we will do our best, we may be unable to accommodate your group during peak visit times in October, March, or April.
If your group would like to eat lunch on campus in our cafeteria (for a discounted $7.00 per person), please be certain to note that as part of the group visit request form.
A typical visit will consist of an information session (approximately 30 minutes) and a campus tour (approximately one hour). To facilitate the scheduling of your tour, please provide as much detailed information as you can on this form so we can begin arranging your visit.
Should you have any questions regarding a group tour to campus, please contact Shannon Wisecup at (309) 556-3221.