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Helpful Services and Programs

Kansas Wesleyan University offers services and programs to help you get the most out of your studies and help you grow personally, professionally and spiritually. 

MyKWU

Start by taking care of business at MyKWU. Here you can email professors, view your schedule, and find things to do on campus. Browse the resources on MyKWU to see how you can get the most out of your Kansas Wesleyan experience.

The Center for Global Service Learning and Wesleyan Journey

Kansas Wesleyan University launched The Center for Global Service Learning (Pioneer Hall 320) in preparation for the official first wave of the Wesleyan Journey courses to be offered during fall break 2015, spring break 2015 and May term 2016 The Wesleyan Journey is an opportunity for students at Kansas Wesleyan to take a course which includes an intentional and meaningful service experience with travel, domestic or abroad. The university will fund one of these amazing courses for qualified students. Students may, however, register for a Wesleyan Journey as early as their freshman year at their own cost. Fall 2015 courses are now closed, but registration is available for spring 2016. Check out the available spring break and May courses here.

Academic resources

Find academic assistance that includes free writing and math tutoring at the Albert Nelson Student Success Center.

Financial aid

Get your questions answered about KWU financial aid and scholarships.

Career planning

Visit KWU Career Services early and often for internships, graduate school prep, mock interviews and more!

Campus life

Get involved. Get moving with intramurals and campus recreation! Get the keys to residence life!  Get more out of your faith. And get healthy!

Campus Alerts

Kansas Wesleyan University has launched a new emergency alert system called CampusAlerts. This system will notify students by email and text when there is a crisis on campus for which immediate action is required. All registered students will automatically receive an email; however, in order to receive a text, students must follow the CAMPUSALERTS button above to register your cell phone on our secure site. We are asking all students to update this information in order to be made aware of any immediate threats to your safety. You may enter several emails and cell numbers. You will receive a text and email from kwu@campusalerts.com (please add this to your email address book) only if there is an immediate crisis on campus. Students will be notified of campus closings due to inclement weather through an all-student email, and clsoing information will also be listed on a red banner across the front page of the website. Questions? Contact Dr. Lonnie Booker