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Career Center

The Hart Career Center is here to assist students with their future career goals. We support students while they are in school and after they graduate. Some of the Career Center services include:

  • Career guidance and exploration
  • Internship planning and search support
  • Graduate and professional school preparation
  • Job search and recruiting assistance
  • Resume development and practice interviews

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Counseling & Consultation Services

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Counseling & Consultation Services serves to support and promote the mental health of students at IWU.

Counseling is provided by licensed psychologists, counselors, and social workers for a variety of concerns, such as stress, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, disordered eating, trauma, loss, adjustment, time management and study skills. There is no charge for these services.

To make a counseling appointment, simply call (309) 556-3052.

Please know that, to protect confidentiality, only members of the Counseling and Consultation Services department staff answer the phone. We do not have student workers in this capacity.

 

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Titan Athletics

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Parent Fund

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Launched by a parent to help another Illinois Wesleyan family, the Parent Fund offers financial assistance to qualified students who lose their bread-winning parent while enrolled at the University. On average, three to four students per year are supported by the Parent Fund.

Travis Williams '10:

"My father always knew the value of a college education and sought to ensure that his children would receive what he did not. Of all places, Illinois Wesleyan is where he wanted me to receive my education. It is only with your contributions that I am able to honor and fulfill his wish. For that, I am truly thankful. You have brought peace when it was needed most. My family and I are truly grateful for your generosity and commitment."