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

Wed 05

Iowa Private College Week

August 3 @ 8:00 am - August 7 @ 5:00 pm
Wed 12
Wed 12

New Student Orientation

August 12 @ 8:30 am - August 16 @ 5:00 pm

Hooray! We are now Iowa Wesleyan University!


Iowa Private College Week Set for August 3-7

High school students are deep into summer jobs and activities. Many are also taking important steps toward deciding which college to attend. Several hundred have already signed up for campus tours at Iowa’s private, non-profit colleges and universities during the first full week of August. The first full week of August is traditionally Iowa Private…

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Iowa Wesleyan, SCC to Launch Cooperative Enrollment Agreements in Criminal Justice, Nursing, Business Administration and Human Service Programs

Mt. Pleasant – Iowa Wesleyan College (IWC) of Mount Pleasant and Southeastern Community College (SCC) will meet May 20 to launch enrollment agreements for four academic programs. The agreements will offer students at both institutions seamless, shared access to educational programs and services. Four “Memorandum of Articulation Agreements” will be completed which will provide a…

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“Iowa Wesleyan College: Being Bold” a new exhibit at Chadwick Library

“Iowa Wesleyan College: Being Bold” is a new exhibit at Chadwick Library on the Iowa Wesleyan College campus.  The exhibit showcases alumni and students who reflect the bold spirit of Iowa Wesleyan both in their academic life and professional careers. The introductory exhibit features Eleanor Roosevelt’s “My Day” newspaper column from 1942 which discusses the…

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