Houghton University celebrates 100-year anniversary.
Wesleyan college students and faculty leading others to Christ across our campuses.
Award-winning scholar, military chaplain and entrepreneur Dr. William D. Barker takes SWU’s presidential leadership seat.
Innovative and strategic leader, Dr. Jon Kulaga, formally installed as IWU president.
The Wesleyan Church’s oldest established college becomes Houghton University.
Highly accomplished senior leader and lifelong advocate for Christian higher education to become the 10th president of IWU on August 8, 2022.
The 14th General Conference approves seminary’s inclusion in “The Discipline” and welcomes her leaders to Wesleyan Education Council and General Board.
Experienced administrator and academician with a pastor’s heart ready to serve as SWU’s 19th president.
Serving the church through equipping leaders in 2021.
WE5 schools resource Marketplace Multipliers.
Wesleyan schools receive $550K grant for innovative ministry education.
After faithfully serving the university for over 25 years in various roles
ECD reports spiritual, emotional, relational and financial renewal amid rapid and unrelenting change.
A Q&A with Southern Wesleyan University’s Interim President Dr. William C. Crothers on SWU’s unique culture, obstacles and opportunities.
First year goals focus on growth and relationship.
With 20 years of experience in education, higher education leadership is a calling for Lewis.
The new president, founder of Presidential Leadership Associates LLC, will begin serving July 1, 2021.
Significant changes, improvements and growth mark Voss’ 10 years as the university’s president.
Mullen’s lifetime passion for the transformational power of a Christian liberal arts education in the lives of students will no doubt continue to inform her choice of activities, though less formally than over the past 35 years.
For Pete and Ginnie Benson, making investments in students is one of importance in multiplying disciples to create a transforming presence in every ZIP code.
Following are new degrees, programs and special resources to help adults in Wesleyan churches as they minister in their communities and fulfill God’s calling on their lives.
The official colleges, universities and seminary of The Wesleyan Church have announced plans for students’ returns this fall amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wesleyan colleges and universities respond to COVID-19, as leaders and students find ways to encourage and serve.