IWU to host Visit Day on Sept. 28

Indiana Wesleyan University will welcome more than 220 visitors for a unique three-track visit day on Friday, Sept. 28. Visitors will have the option to participate in the General Visit Day experience, the Spotlight on Theology and Ministry, or the Spotlight on Life Calling. Students will arrive at 9 a.m. and spend the entire day getting acquainted with the programs, faculty and community on the IWU residential campus in Marion, Indiana.

A General Visit Day is a visit option designed for students who simply want to get a general overview of all things IWU. Students attending this visit day will have the opportunity to tour campus, worship in Chapel, eat in Baldwin Dining Hall, interact with students and faculty, explore all IWU’s majors and more.

In addition to touring campus and worshiping in Chapel, students attending the Spotlight on Theology and Ministry will have the opportunity to sit in on a class and tour Noggle Hall, which is the main academic building for Theology and Ministry students.

For students who aren’t quite sure what they want to study, the Spotlight on Life Calling option allows them to explore the IWU campus while also experiencing IWU’s passion for helping students discover their strengths and life calling. Students are invited to arrive in the evening on Thursday, Sept. 27and stay overnight on campus. They will have the opportunity to discover their unique strengths and how to apply them in a future career, meet other students and learn about the support IWU offers to students who are unsure of their major.

To register for a visit at IWU, visit indwes.edu/undergraduate/visit-campus/.

Indiana Wesleyan University
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953