High School Students


Indiana Wesleyan University offers several exciting opportunities for high school students to experience college before they’ve graduated. This programming is designed to expose students to college-level coursework and, in some cases, granting course credit that can be applied to a college transcript after acceptance to a respective institution. In many cases, these credits count not only toward future college completion but also to completing requirements needed to graduate high school. We encourage exploring these options and inquiring to the Admissions Office (765-677-6507) with any additional questions.

ECE

The Early College Enrollment program allows juniors and seniors to earn college credit before their high school graduation. These credits satisfy IWU requirements and can be transferred. The program provides a great experience and exposure to college-level coursework at a significantly reduced cost.

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Summer Scholars

The John Wesley Honors College (JWHC) invites rising high school juniors and seniors who aspire to Christ-centered academic excellence to join us on campus for a three-week immersion in a Christian liberal learning community. The 2017 Summer Scholars Program in Liberal Arts & Leadership gives students a glimpse into the special kind of academic experience the JWHC offers.

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Summer Academy

Make this your summer of opportunity! Indiana Wesleyan University is hosting The Wildcat Summer Academy. Students that attend have a variety of camps from which to choose. Each camp provides unique enrichment, inspiration and the opportunity to develop skills to be used for a lifetime. In addition to learning, students from multiple camps will gather together and enjoy meals, activities and fellowship.

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New Testament Survey

For the first time, IWU is offering a 14-week, online New Testament Survey course to high school Juniors and Seniors. This course will satisfy general education requirements at many colleges and universities. Get a head start now!

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