Our friendly open houses are opportunities for prospective students and families to visit, tour the campus, interact with faculty and current students, and learn more about what it's like to live, study and play here.
Expert on the history of sexuality Valerie Traub will visit classrooms, speak with students and present a talk using visual sources.
As part of its New Music Series, IWU's School of Music will present a New Music Café, featuring the work of music faculty member Kyle Shaw and guest composers Stacy Garrop and Marcos Lucas.
The Merwin and Wakeley Galleries will host a reception for the Faculty Biennial Exhibit, and faculty members and students from the School of Art will host demonstrations in glass and ceramics during Homecoming festivities.
Illinois Wesleyan vocal jazz ensembles will celebrate the international diversity of jazz in their joint concert, "Universal Language: Vocal Jazz Evolved."
Illinois Wesleyan will celebrate Homecoming on Oct. 13-15 with the theme Titans Around the World, celebrating alumni living and working abroad, international studies majors, study abroad experiences, and Titans' impact internationally.
Illinois Wesleyan University's Wind Ensemble will present their first concert of the year on Friday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in Westbrook Auditorium, Presser Hall.
Named this year's Distinguished Alumnus, Wayne Messmer '72 will perform and speak on the "The Business of Music" on Friday, and sing the national anthem at Saturday's football game during Homecoming festivities.
American baritone Thomas Meglioranza will be featured as a guest performer at a concert in Presser Hall's Westbrook Auditorium.
The School of Theatre Arts will present Brian Friel's haunting masterpiece Dancing at Lughnasa Oct. 3-8 at the Jerome Mirza Theatre at McPherson Hall.
The Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra will present a matinee performance and an evening concert at Second Presbyterian Church in Bloomington.
A weekend of fun activities are planned as parents, brothers, sisters, and other family members are invited to visit campus.