Student News

  • Meet the Class of 2020

    Meet the Class of 2020

    The newest class of Titans are a diverse group of students with myriad aspirations, skills and talents. Let us introduce you to a few of them.

  • Family Weekend Set for Sept. 16-18

    Family Weekend Set for Sept. 16-18

    Illinois Wesleyan will welcome Titan families Sept. 16-18 for activities including games, karaoke, football, and entertainment by stunt comedian Wacky Chad.

  • August at Illinois Wesleyan

    August at Illinois Wesleyan

    August brings the newest members of the Titan family to Illinois Wesleyan, and it’s impossible for the rest of the campus community not to be inspired by their enthusiasm.

  • Award-Winning Author to Speak at President’s Convocation

    Award-Winning Author to Speak at President’s Convocation

    Journalist Jenny Nordberg, author of this year's Summer Reading selection, The Underground Girls of Kabul, will speak about her research on girls growing up disguised as boys in gender-segregated Afghanistan.

  • New Titans Welcomed at Convocation

    New Titans Welcomed at Convocation

    Members of the Class of 2020 were urged to seek out experiences that seem foreign and perhaps a little strange - experiences that "rock our world."

  • Titan Volunteer Rubs Shoulders with Olympians

    Titan Volunteer Rubs Shoulders with Olympians

    At the world's biggest sports stage, Illinois Wesleyan student Juntian Wei '19 has taken selfies with Olympic gold medalists and witnessed the performance of a trailblazer from his home country. 

  • Popular Summer Program Develops Student Leaders

    Popular Summer Program Develops Student Leaders

    The diverse students in Illinois Wesleyan's Summer Enrichment Program complete a paid internship, learn from formal training workshops and work together on a service project.

  • Summer Eckley Scholars Develop Research Skills

    Summer Eckley Scholars Develop Research Skills

    Five Illinois Wesleyan students who were selected as Eckley Scholars are tackling issues ranging from stroke rehabilitation to public education to sexual violence on college campuses.