Colleges and Schools

The academic organization of the University is structured to provide a diverse set of programs for every type of post-secondary student.

Primary Academic Units

  • The College of Arts and Sciences is our traditional residential campus located in Marion, Indiana, home to just over 3,000 students and to the Graduate Counseling program.
  • The College of Adult and Professional Studies includes academic programs designed for working adults and offered in multiple locations across three states as well as fully online.
  • The School of Nursing is home to our highly acclaimed nursing programs that include a BSN, an RNBSN, an MSN, a Doctor of Nursing Practice, a Parish Nursing Certificate and a Transition to Nursing program.
  • The School of Health Sciences includes academic programs for professionals seeking careers in Public Health, Athletic Training, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and related health professions.
  • The Graduate School functions to provide policies, standards and strategic guidance for graduate education, graduate faculty and scholarly research.
  • Wesley Seminary features an innovative approach to seminary education, offering graduate work built around local church ministry in action.

If you are looking for a more intensive liberal learning community in your undergraduate experience, you will want to explore the possibility of joining the John Wesley Honors College. The JWHC provides unique inquiry-based learning experiences and facilitates engaging faculty-student mentoring relationships that will help you fulfill your highest intellectual and spiritual potential.