The Merwin and Wakeley Galleries will feature the work of artist George Liebert and painter and printmaker Eric Cain, Jan. 19-Feb. 23.
Eligible prospective students have the opportunity to stay overnight with a current student in a residence hall, observe a class, tour the campus, and meet with faculty, staff and students.
Registration is open for the Winter Session, which runs on Saturdays from Jan. 14-March 4, promoting early second language acquisition and teaching about rich cultural traditions.
Following orientation and registration of new students on Tuesday, Jan. 10, classes begin on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.
Friday, Dec. 9 is the last day of classes. Finals exams are Dec. 13-16.
The Collegiate Choir, University Choir and the vocal jazz ensemble Fridays at Noon will perform at Holy Trinity Church in Bloomington.
Vocal jazz group Unlicensed Syncopation and the Jazz Combo will present a concert.
A Kwanzaa Dinner on Nov. 30, a multifaith Light the Night event on Dec. 1 and a Christmas Choral Concert on Dec. 4 will celebrate the holiday season.
¡Tu Universidad! is aimed at helping Latino/a students and their parents learn more about the University community, the admissions process and all financial aid resources.
The Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra (IWSO) and Opera Theatre will present Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro Nov. 18-19.
The Nursing Career Fair, co-sponsored by Illinois Wesleyan's Hart Career Center and School of Nursing, will feature information on graduate schools and healthcare career options.
The School of Theatre Arts will present The Boys From Syracuse, a musical farce based on William Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors, Nov. 15-20.