Admission and Registration - Wesley Seminary
Indiana Wesleyan University welcomes applications for admission from any academically qualified person whose motivation is in keeping with the university's purposes. Admission is based on the careful review of all credentials presented by an applicant, but in no case is admission denied due to race, color, national origin, disability, religion, or sex. Students are admitted in one of the following categories:
International/Non-English Speaking Students - A student who is living in the United States but is not a United States citizen must submit a copy of a visa or permanent resident status during the process of application. Except for those in the Spanish M.Div. program, students who do not speak English as their first and primary language must submit satisfactory scores from one of the following prior to admission to the university:
Student visas (I-20's) are not issued for students wanting to enter the United States to enroll in programs offered for adult and graduate students.
Registration - Registration occurs at the beginning of the student's core program. At this point, students are registered for all courses within the major. Therefore, if a student needs to miss an individual course, official withdrawal must be made through the Office of Student Services. Staff will work with the student to make arrangements to retake this class with another core group at a time that will minimize the impact on the student's financial aid. Students need to be aware that temporary withdrawals could impact their eligibility to receive financial aid based on the standards outlined in IWU's Satisfactory Academic Progress.
Students in programs that require additional credits outside the major are responsible to meet with their advisor to facilitate registration in these courses.
A student who has failed to make arrangements for the payment of tuition for a course will have registration in that course cancelled.