In her role as University Chaplain and head of the Student Volunteer and Resource Center, also based at Evelyn Chapel, the Rev. Elyse Nelson Winger fosters the University's commitment to diversity and social justice.
Shining Gems of IWU: Assets and Assistance Within Reach
Information Technology Services staff members are on hand to help the campus community not only overcome the occasional crisis, but also to embrace all the possibilities technology has to offer.
For nearly 10 years, Illinois Wesleyan’s Action Research Center (ARC) has taken hands-on learning to a whole new level by connecting students with not-for-profit service, citizen groups and private-sector firms in the Bloomington-Normal area.
Illinois Wesleyan's Academic Advising Center provides an added resource for faculty advisers and for students who have questions or challenges in their academic career – especially for students who are unsure of their path.
The Language Resource Center offers tutors and technology to help students develop their reading, writing or conversation skills in a foreign language.
The Wellness Program offers life-enhancing opportunities for the Illinois Wesleyan community, where its activities and services have been promoting all aspects of wellness for 20 years.
From desk aides to multicultural educators, students working for the Office of Residential Life help make residence halls a home away from home.
Tutors at Illinois Wesleyan's Writing Center are available to coach students on every step of their writing assignments, from narrowing a topic to polishing a rough draft.
From choosing the right career to taping practice job interviews, staff at the Hart Career Center provide a variety of support to prepare students for the path ahead.
Beyond its wealth of information and technology, The Ames Library's valuable resources include the people on hand to assist students with their research.