FAQ | Residence Life | Life At IWU | Indiana Wesleyan University
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How are room assignments made?
Q: Can I live off campus?
Q: What should I bring with me?
A: Here are some things you will want to bring with you:
- Bed linens (extra-long twin)
- Desk supplies
- Alarm clock
- Laundry supplies
- Desk lamps
Q: When can I have guests?
Q: What kind of facilities will my residence hall offer?
A: Each residence hall has a variety of facilities for the use of the residents. They include:
- Computer lab
- Study room
- Hall chapel
- Large public lounge
- Front desk that offers items for sale such as IWU apparel, food, recreational equipment and IT equipment
- Ironing boards
- Conference rooms
- Kitchenette and/or microwave
- TV lounge
- Coin-operated laundry
- Exercise/wellness room
- Outside bicycle racks
No common storage is available in any of our residence halls.
Q: What kind of furniture will be in my room?
A: Each residence hall room and apartment is furnished and carpeted. IWU has suite-style residence halls that share a common bathroom. The furniture provided in each room includes:
- 2 bunkable beds (36" x 80")
- Telephone on request
- 2 mattress pads
- Desks with bookshelf and light
- 1 dresser (4 or 5 drawers shared)
- Closet with organizer and shelf
- Antique-white mini-blinds
Indiana Wesleyan University does not allow students to construct loft units in their rooms. However, students may rent a loft from the University on the housing homepage. There are limited quantities available, so reserve one early.
Q: Where do I eat?
A: The resident dining room is located in the Barnes Student Center. All resident students have a meal plan which is accessed by their student ID. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served Monday through Friday; brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday. Commuters may also dine in the resident dining room by paying at the door or by using a commuter meal plan through Pioneer Dining Services.
The Wildcat Express, which is also located in the Barnes Student Center, is our mini food court and features the 42nd St. Deli, Firehouse Grill, Casa del Gato, Wild Wok, Mario's Pizza and Grinders, Chick-fil-A, Freshën's Smoothies, lots of snack items, beverages, and fresh-baked cookies and pastries. Residents may use their meal card or purchase items; commuters may purchase items or use a commuter meal plan.
Q: What is there to do?
Q: Who can help me?
Q: What about my spiritual growth?
Last updated: 07/27/2015