Rachel Hymes ’17

“IWC is the full college experience. There are lots of events for the students to meet and get to know each other. And with all the student groups and activities, there’s always something to do.” View Video


Becca Kokjohn ’16

“I went to a very small high school, so I didn’t want a large university. I didn’t want to sit in a classroom and just blend in.” View Video


Andrew Terrell ’17

“At IWC, you have the full attention of your professors – versus a larger school where you might have 100 students in your class.” View Video

Upcoming Events


Tiger Spirit Night, Thursday Jan 29th

The community is invited to a night of fun and entertainment on Thursday, January 29 at Iowa Wesleyan College, Ruble Arena.  Come out to celebrate Tiger Athletics as the men’s and women’s basketball teams take on Spalding University. The women’s game starts at 6:00 p.m. and the men’s game tips off at 8:00 p.m. Doors will…

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Wayland State Bank donates to Wesleyan Fund

Executive Vice President, Chad Hudson (left) presents Wayland State Bank’s donation to The Wesleyan Fund to Jim Pedrick, Iowa Wesleyan College Development Director. In presenting the check, Hudson said, “On behalf of our directors, officers and employees in Wayland and Mount Pleasant, we are proud to support the bold educational mission of Iowa Wesleyan College…

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Iowa Wesleyan College receives Enhance Henry County Foundation award

Iowa Wesleyan College was recently awarded $10,000 by the Enhance Henry County Community Foundation. The Foundation awarded $109,950 to 25 county organizations. An estimated 20,000 people will benefit from the tenth round of grants to be made by the Foundation. The 25 grants were announced at a special celebration and media advisory event held at…

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