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Welcome to KWU Everywhere
If you are looking for an online experience from an institution that lives by the credo, "Fueled by Knowledge, Founded on Faith" you have found your home. Kansas Wesleyan University is a fully accredited institution of higher learning dedicated to providing access to quality education in fields that are critical to the communities in which we live. Take courses in a number of undergraduate fields, including Criminal Justice, Emergency Management and the graduate program in Business Administration, as well as numerous Liberal Studies and General Education offerings. Expand your education through KWU Everywhere. Move at your own pace, and take courses in the accelerated or traditional formats. How you choose to proceed with your studies at this outstanding university, with a proud 129-year heritage and its campus in Salina, KS, should be tailored to your life and lifestyle.
KWU Everywhere is an award-winning and nationally recognized unit of the university that is devoted to your growth as a person and a professional, while enriching the communities in which our students live. Our online coursework is affordable and makes use of the latest in learning technologies through a dedicated group of faculty members and staff, making a Kansas Wesleyan University education a set apart from other online and non-traditional programs in the Midwest. Learn more about KWU Everywhere and unlock the limitless potential of your professional future and your personal growth.
For more information on KWU Everywhere, contact Dr. Bill Backlin, Assistant Provost, at 785.833.4369 or email KWUEverywhere@kwu.edu.
Student Complaint Process for Online and Hybrid Course Participants
For students who have a complaint or concern regarding an online course or hybrid instruction issue, the student should follow the institutional protocol of contacting the instructor, the academic unit head, and the university, in that order. For broader online and hybrid course complaints that are not directly tied to a specific problem in a specific course, the student should contact Dr. Bill Backlin, assistant provost, for resolution at the email listed above.
After you have followed the “Student Complaint Process for Online and Hybrid Course Participants” process provided above and the online course or hybrid instruction issue remains unresolved, contact the Kansas Board of Regents at: http://kansasregents.org/resources/PDF/Academic_Affairs/3257-ComplaintForm_SARAinstitutions.pdf.
Online Courses & Hybrid Degree Programs
Are you looking for a challenging, faith-based education but don't have the time or flexibility to attend all of your courses on a set schedule? Kansas Wesleyan University offers students the opportunity to get the same quality education through online and hybrid course offerings. Students completing online courses at KWU have the ability to interact with faculty and other students, complete assignments and tests, and study when and wherever it's convenient for them.
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The Center for Global Service Learning
Kansas Wesleyan University offers exciting service-learning courses that combine academics with service and travel within the U.S. and to such countries as Costa Rica and Germany. These Wesleyan Journey courses take place during fall, spring and summer breaks. The Center for Global Service Learning coordinates the Wesleyan Journeys as well as international internship opportunities. LEARN MORE!