As a student, you have the right to know:
As a student, you are responsible to:
Here is a copy of our Student Loan Code of Conduct.
Financial aid recipients are required to attend the necessary class sessions as per the Academic Attendance and Tardy Policy. Please see the University Catalog for more information.
In the event that the student withdraws or drops from the course of study, a refund/repayment calculation will be performed by the Financial Aid Department to determine if a required federal refund/repayment is due. Indiana Wesleyan University is required to refund to the student’s federal source in order to reduce the amount of student liability. In the event that a currently attending student has overpaid, the refund will be made to the student. The refund processing time is approximately two to three weeks from the time the University becomes aware of the student’s withdrawal. Please notify us of your withdrawal by contacting Student Services at 765-621-8667.
The Higher Education Amendments of 1992 require a school to compile an annual report of campus crime statistics. This report is available upon request from Indiana Wesleyan University’s Student Development office at 800-332-6901.
Title IV Financial Aid Regulations require that Indiana Wesleyan University offer a Drug Abuse Prevention Program to its employees and students as a part of the eligibility criteria for financial aid.
Drug abuse in the United States has become a major problem, and students at Indiana Wesleyan University are not immune. If you need assistance with a drug abuse problem, we encourage you to seek help at your local community drug abuse prevention center. To talk to someone in a strictly confidential atmosphere, feel free to contact the Center for Student Success at our Marion campus. All conversations are private and will not affect your attendance at the University.
If you would like to talk to someone outside Indiana Wesleyan University, you can call one of the following numbers, or a hospital or treatment center in your area:
The National Cocaine Hot Line 800-COCAINE (800-262-2463)
National Institute on Drug Abuse 56000 Fishers Lane, Room 10A-30 Rockville, MD 20857 800-662-HELP (800-662-4357)