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Student Services and Information
Make yourself at home at Kansas Wesleyan.
Academic resources. Campus life. Career planning. Development of the whole person. We strive to help you get the most out of your experience in the classroom and in the community.
MyKWU is your portal to life at KWU. Take care of business. Email professors, view your schedule and explore campus life.
The Center for Global Service Learning and Wesleyan Journey
Learn about the Wesleyan Journey and other service opportunities.
Success starts here. Find out about free tutoring.
Get your questions answered about KWU financial aid and scholarships in the KDub-Hub, located on the west side of Pioneer Hall on the second floor.
Stop by Career Services in Student Development for information on internships, graduate school prep, mock interviews and more!
Every student is automatically registered to receive an email from CampusAlerts when there is an emergency situation in which you need to take IMMEDIATE ACTION (tornado is approaching, fire in the building, suspicious or armed person on or near campus). We recommend that in order to also receive a text message in an emergency situation, you go to the CampusAlerts KWU secure page and enter your cell phone number. You may also enter the phone number or email of a parent or family member. Events such as campus closings due to inclement weather will be communicated via the front page of the KWU website in a RED banner as well as through a campus email.
Campus Security: (785) 829-6017; After-hours maintenance: (785) 829-6016
Sporting events, intramurals, clubs and residential life. Discover how you fit it. Getting involved is easy!
Meals on campus
Get the details about KWU Dining Services, such as Hours of Operation, meal plan, account balance and more.
Kansas Wesleyan is home. Discover the Power of AND by following your passion AND taking advantage of all that our campus has to offer.
Plan your future.
We strive to help you make a difference in your life. Visit our Student Development Office to discover what you can do to grow academically, personally, spiritually and emotionally.
Stay active and healthy.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni have access to The Everett Morgan Strength Training Center, a state-of-the-art facility that includes numerous types of exercise equipment and fitness programs.
Explore your new hometown, a thriving community of 50,000 that offers many unique partnership opportunities. Students participate in Salina Community Theater, the Salina Symphony and Chorale and other local businesses.
Don’t just take our word for it. Hear how students are discovering the Power of AND.