- Location Marion, IN
- Web Site http://www.indwes.edu
- Nearest ELS Center Indianapolis,IN
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|Key majors offered|
|International And Community Development|
|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Available for Undergraduate||Urban||Yes||15872 (Total)||Yes|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Associate, Career/Undergraduate Certificate, Bachelor||Private||Baccalaureate College||Co-educational||172 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
The IWU Main Campus is located in Marion, Indiana. Marion is a small city of about 30,000 people, and is within driving distance of Indianapolis, Chicago, Cincinnati and Fort Wayne. Indiana Wesleyan University is noted for its award-winning 345-acre (1.40 km2) main campus in Marion, Indiana. During the past two decades, nearly $250 million has been spent on new construction and renovation, and the campus is valued in excess of $360 million. Since 1990, over 50 construction projects have been completed, including 20 residence halls and 16 academic/administrative buildings, along with 11 adult and professional studies structures around the Midwest.
IWU has residence facilities avaible to undergraduates at the Main Campus in Marion, Indiana. These facilites include residence halls, and apartments and townhouses available to upper classmen and married couples.
A day in the life of a student attending college on Indiana Wesleyan University's traditional campus typically includes classes at various times of the day, setting aside time to attend chapel, laboratory work in the afternoon, part-time employment on campus and time for meals, studying and relaxation in the evening. Sometimes there are special events, speakers or programs during the day, but most activities, movies, social gatherings, concerts and athletic events are held in the evenings and on Saturdays. Students living on campus spend time interacting with their floormates and a world-class Residence Life staff, hanging out in the hall with friends, doing hall activities and floor-to-floor intramural competitions and, of course, doing laundry every once in a while. Living on campus often affords more free time due to less travel or home responsibilities and allows for greater connections with a wider range of students. International Students enjoy being a part of The International Student Association or ISA. ISA is an organization on campus designed to help international students connect with one another and provide fun opportunities to explore Indiana a little more in-depth.