Students have the opportunity for Alternative Fall Break experiences in Chicago -- for three days of interfaith exploration -- or a community service blitz in Bloomington.
Prospective students and their families are invited to visit Illinois Wesleyan, learn about our exceptional academic programs and faculty, get a taste of our vibrant campus life, and see our beautiful campus.
The New Music Café will feature bassoon player and alumna Emily Stich '15 along with guest clarinetist Blake McGee.
The Merwin and Wakeley galleries will feature the works of artists Luke Ahern and Erin Taylor through Nov. 3.
Dead Man's Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl, being staged at the Jerome Mirza Theatre Oct. 4-9, explores the paradox of modern technology's ability to both unite and isolate people in the digital age.
Former CIA intelligence officer David Priess '93 will speak about his book The President's Book of Secrets, a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the President's Daily Brief.
Prizewinning pianist Steven Spooner will perform in Westbrook Auditorium.
The Illinois Wesleyan University Wind Ensemble will present a concert in Westbrook Auditorium, conducted by Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Lev Ivanov.
Join us for a Homecoming of Heroes, Sept. 29-Oct. 2.
A collaborative creation between Obie Award-winning alumnus Andrew Schneider '03 and student performers and designers will be staged Sept. 19-21.
"And There's the Humor of It: Shakespeare and the Four Humors" -- exploring the theory of bodily humors and their resulting passions of anger, grief, hope and fear -- will be displayed Sept. 19-Oct. 29.
Illinois Wesleyan will welcome Titan families Sept. 16-18 for activities including games, karaoke, football, and entertainment by stunt comedian Wacky Chad.