Students and families will have the opportunity to meet with members of the IWU faculty and admissions staff, tour the facilities, and learn about financial aid and student life.
A recital entitled Logogenesis will feature works composed by Provost Jonathan Green, including the premiere of a piece inspired by a Walt Whitman poem.
Works by Illinois natives Asia Ward and Jane Ryder will be on display in the Merwin and Wakeley Galleries through Feb. 4.
Orientation and registration of new students is Tuesday, Jan. 5, and classes for spring 2016 begin Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Poet and Associate Professor of English Joanne Diaz will speak about "Making Poetry Matter: Poetry and the Archive in the 21st Century."
There are no classes on Monday, Dec. 7 for Reading Day. Final exams are scheduled Dec. 8-11.
The Collegiate Choir, University Choir and Chamber Singers will perform at Holy Trinity Church in Bloomington.
Works composed by students at Illinois Wesleyan University will be performed as part of the New Music Series.
Students Joseph Bakke '16, Matthew Capone '18, Robert Kuntz '18, and Bryan McChuen '16 comprise the ensemble.
Holiday events through Dec. 6 will include the annual Christmas Choral Concert, a "Light the Night" celebration, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa dinners, holiday caroling and a gift wrapping party.
Monteverdi's opera L'incoronazione de Poppea, about the journey of Poppea from Nero's mistress to empress, will be performed through Nov. 22.
In the first production of GIANT after the musical's New York City premiere, Illinois Wesleyan's School of Theatre Arts will feature choreography by alumnus and professional dancer Evan Kasprzak '10.