Indiana Wesleyan University Cuts Ribbon on First Illinois CenterFriday, October 11, 2013
Indiana Wesleyan University is proud to announce the opening of its new service center in Naperville, IL. The storefront location on NEC Route 59 and McDowell Road, just south of I-88, marks IWU's first physical location in the state of Illinois.
The ribbon cutting for the facility was held on Friday, September 6 and was attended by several community members, politicians, and IWU staff and alumni. Naperville Mayor Pradel gleefully cut the ribbon with his official ceremonial scissors as others looked on. Remarks were given by IWU President Dr. Wright.
The Naperville service center is designed to primarily serve online students and it is seen as a new model for interacting with those who are interested in going back to school. Through this facility, prospective students will be able to get assistance.
In addition to the Naperville service center, IWU has 17 regional campuses located throughout Indiana, in Kentucky and Ohio. The campuses hold classes and student resources for the Adult and Graduate Programs.