Indiana Wesleyan University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (10)
The Christian lifestyle is advertised here, but not practiced. A lot of racism & bigotry, everyone is NOT treated the same, if you're not white, be ready to defend & forgive a lot of people. The staff is nice, but not very bright. Students are very self centered.
This school was somewhat academically challenging. There was a strong traditional Christian influence there. The diversity was lacking. There weren't many people on campus who supported students of color.
Great education, learned a lot about business and how to apply it to the work I do
I have nothing but great things to say about the IWU RN-BSN cohort program for adult learners! The same 12 nurses went through the entire program together. We learned a lot. The faculty members were outstanding. I would recommend this program to everybody! We had plenty of support. We worked hard and grew as nurses and as people!
This university is a wonderful school for anyone who is interested in living in a Christian community. Minority and international students should be aware, however, that they will not necessarily be well-integrated into campus life without a great deal of effort and endurance on their part.
I like the small intimate feel and culture of the school. It was a safe environment where I was able to learn, grow and develop into an adult. Athletics were a great experience and a huge part of my college life at this university.
My college allows you to make your own path. You have several staff resources to draw on for whatever career you are interested in, meaning you can truly prepare as much as you like.
A warm and welcoming campus offering a well-rounded liberal arts education. This University has begun to broaden itself past its strictly conservative roots to become a more enlightened environment.
IWU was awesome. Their online program helped me greatly through enabling me to get my Bachelors and not have to worry about driving to campus multiple times a week.
I enjoyed learning and feel it was a good experience. I would have liked something that included video instruction, though.
I should have chosen a degree that included more computer science and less business.
Figure out how much someone with that degree will make without any work experience. Weigh that against your cost and time.