From honoring alumni during Homecoming, to celebrating ancient customs and new facilities, to traveling for Fall Break, this October made us glad to be a part of the Illinois Wesleyan community.
Students are invited to apply for the University's Career Immersion Excursion, this time heading to Washington, D.C. for Spring Break 2017, where they'll connect with elected officials and alumni experienced in a variety of fields.
Art major Lucy Sanchez designed and painted a mural entitled "La Lucha de Colores" ("The Struggle of Colors") for the Multicultural Center on campus.
Recent renovations in Magill Hall have enhanced services in both Counseling and Consultation Services and Arnold Health Services.
For the seventh consecutive year, Illinois Wesleyan University has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in recognition of our commitment to community partnerships, service-learning, and civic engagement.
Senior Emily Diehl is a marketing account executive intern at Progressive Impressions International, where she puts her coursework into action.
Tuba performance major Jacob Taitel '18 was the only undergraduate student among 10 semi-finalists in the Tuba Artist Division of the recent 2016 Leonard Falcone International Tuba and Euphonium Competition.
A first-generation college student, senior Lucy Sanchez found Illinois Wesleyan through the Chicago Scholars Foundation. (Or rather, we found her. Lucky us!)
Thanks to a special scholarship fund at Illinois Wesleyan, students can fulfill their dreams of studying abroad.