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Welcome Future Coyotes!
The Power of "AND"
With more than 50 majors and an abundance of sports and activities at Kansas Wesleyan, you can experience the power of “and” by exploring your major AND enjoying extra curricular activities. From our award-winning debate team to music ensembles and unique clubs, there are plenty of opportunities for you to follow your interests and have fun when you aren’t in class.
Small Campus. Big Thinking.
At KWU, you will learn to think critically, act globally and engage actively on campus, throughout Salina and in the world. Our free Wesleyan Journey course gives students the opportunity to learn, serve and explore new communities in the U.S and abroad.
The Best Learning Tools
We have state-of-the-art equipment to help you learn. A fully stocked MAC lab, 3-D printers, television and radio studios, an observatory, and some of the finest athletics facilities in the region allow students access to essential tools that will develop skills for success in the marketplace.
Imagine the Possibilities
We’ve got a strong 130-year history, and this year, we have reimagined the entire student experience to meet you right where you are. That’s right – an entirely new Liberal Studies curriculum, new and innovative majors, online courses and hybrid programs. Our learning takes place in classrooms, over the Internet, in the rainforests of Costa Rica and in our nation’s capital. It’s an all new KWU, and we hope you will be a part of it.
Look at All Your Options
With the introduction of 13 new majors and 17 new programs and pre-professional tracks, Kansas Wesleyan now offers more than 60 degrees and programs from which to choose. Check them out and pick the one that fits you!
Don't Just Take Our Word For It!
Hear what our students have to say in these short videos!
We use Merit to celebrate your accomplishments and activities while at KWU! Take a look at the great things our students have done, as posted to the Kansas Wesleyan Merit page: http://kwu.meritpages.com/. At Kansas Wesleyan, you get your own Merit page, customizable by you, to list your accomplishments and off-campus activities during your KWU career that potential employers and graduate schools can check out. You can share your Merit achievements stories with friends and family via your personal social media. LEARN MORE.
Already registered for Fall 2015?
Congratulations! You are a Coyote! Now, all you need to do is register for S.O.A.R. (Summer Orientation Advising and Registration) so you can register for class and get the last-minute paperwork out the way before coming to campus in the fall. S.O.A.R. dates are: May 22, June 19, July 17 and August 7. REGISTER HERE.
KWU Students Are Seizing Their Summer!
Ryan Theis ('17)
Kansas Wesleyan University student Ryan Theis, ’17, of Phoenix, AZ, found an internship opportunity in Palm Springs, CA, broadcasting most of the 2015 summer baseball games for the Palm Springs Power, a collegiate summer baseball team that plays in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League (SCCBL). READ MORE.
Apryl Saunders ('16)
Chemistry, Biomedical Chemistry
Kansas Wesleyan University student Apryl Saunders, ’16, a Chemistry and Biomedical Chemistry double major from Harrah, OK, was accepted to a summer REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates, a program funded by the National Science Foundation) at the University of Oklahoma, where she will be doing research in the field of Structural Biology focusing on proteins. She is one of 10 students accepted to this OU program from schools across the country. READ MORE
Laura Nivens ('17)
Computer Information Systems
Kansas Wesleyan University student Laura Nivens, ’17, a Computer Information Systems major from Junction City, KS, was accepted to a summer REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, AR. She will be working on research in the field of CyberSecurity, specifically dealing with the Android security model. READ MORE.
Our Grads Are Going Places!
Marci Forristal ('15)
B.S. Biomedical Chemistry
Marci Forristal of Salina, KS, has been accepted to the four-year Pharm.D. Program in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Kansas. She will begin her graduate studies at the Lawrence campus this fall. READ MORE.
Matt Broeckelman ('14, MBA '15)
B.A. Exercise Science: Pre-Physical Therapy
Master of Business Administration
Matthew Broeckelman, of Mankato, KS, has been accepted into the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program at Wichita State University in Wichita, KS. READ MORE.
Kelly Hopkins ('15)
Kelly Hopkins, of Salina, KS, a non-traditional student, wife and mother of four, has been accepted into the Master of Social Work degree program at Newman University in Wichita, KS. Hopkins became interested in the field of social work while volunteering as a CASA (court-appointed special advocate) for Saline County starting in 2012. READ MORE.