Congratulations! You've been accepted - this means that you're one step closer to joining the Indiana Wesleyan University family, a dynamic community of scholars, believers and friends. This page is designed to connect you to the offices on campus that will be your resources not only as a prospective student, but also as a full-time, in-the-flesh IWU student over the next four years.
As an accepted student, you need to schedule a New Student Registration date to sign up for classes and take care of some other important items; please click here
to view those next steps.
An important step as you narrow down your college choices is the follow-up visit. You wouldn't buy a house without seeing it in person at least once, so why would you choose a college home without investing time on campus? If you haven't visited yet, or just want to set up a second visit now that you've been accepted, check out our visit page.
Of course, if you have any problems finding information, please don't hesitate to contact your admissions counselor at email@example.com or 765-677-6507.
Wildcat Page Resources
What is the Wildcat page? It's the home page for many students, because it will link you to your student e-mail and information about what's going on at IWU. Chapel schedule, announcements, and news: make sure you bookmark the Wildcat page, because you'll be using it often.
Please make sure you file your FAFSA by March 10 to receive maximum aid! Your financial aid counselor would love to help you with any additional questions.
Visit the Registrar's Office page if you have questions about testing out of credits (AP or CLEP), transferring in credits from another institution, or changing a class if you've already registered.
As a primarily residential campus, a lot of our community develops within the resident hall structure. What does it mean to make IWU your home? Find out at "Res Life."
Visit the Health Center web page for information concerning required health records or if you have questions regarding services provided by the IWU Health Center.
Center For Life Calling and Leadership
The Center is a resource for students who are still figuring out what the vocational call is for their life. Through a series of assessments and one-on-one "life coaching," the CLCL exists to help students find clear, fulfilling academic and career goals. The Internship Coordinating Office is also located in the CLCL.
There are tremendous service opportunities available in the Marion area. Want to get hooked in to volunteer opportunities? Check what our students are doing here.
If you want to serve beyond our local community, World Impact organizes missions trips for hundreds of students to around 25 locations every year.
If you want even more international experience, feel free to explore our study abroad opportunities.
Looking for a part-time job? All of the on-campus job openings are posted to the Web, and a copy of the universal job application is available as well.
- Center for Student Success: Free counseling, tutoring, and disability services
- Writing Center: Receive feedback from qualified writers on your papers
- Jackson Library: Literally hundreds of thousands of resources available to you by means of books, journals, inter-library loan and online databases