Look around our campus and you'll see amazing diversity: traditional students working on projects with older returning students; all colors of skin; people with children and without; some preparing for a high-powered business career, others planning to become the teacher of the year.
The common denominator?
All of our students know the value of a college education.
We take teaching and learning personally Individualized instruction from faculty who truly care about your success is at the heart of a Wesleyan education. Whether you're a first-time, transfer, or returning student, you'll find a challenging academic experience. But thanks to intentionally small class sizes, professors not only know you by name, they know when you need help staying on track. You'll gain new confidence in your abilities – and yourself. More...
For more of a challenge If your goal is a graduate degree or if you are in the academic fast track, consider our Pre-Professional or Wesleyan Scholars Honors program. More...
The M. D. Anderson Pre-Professional Program is specifically designed for students seeking to attend professional or graduate school
The Wesleyan Scholars Honors Program challenges qualifying students with the opportunity to participate in cross-discipline learning and an enriched university experience. You'll have the opportunity to graduate with honors, including recognition proudly displayed on your diploma. And you will receive an honors medallion during commencement.
Key resources with no fee … ever Wesleyan combines its traditional high-quality teaching and academics with innovative and high-tech services, instructional tools, techniques, programs and facilities to enhance your learning and your overall educational experience. And unlike many schools, there's no charge for these services. More...
With a 14-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, you’ll learn on a first name basis with gifted professors who will challenge you to achieve your best. Just as important, they have the time and resources to make sure you’re up to the challenge. The bottom line? You’ll gain a new degree of confidence at Texas Wesleyan.
The graduate programs at Texas Wesleyan focus on deepening and broadening critical thinking, analytical reasoning and creative problem solving skills in the context of professional content. You’ll learn from professors holding the highest degrees in their field. They know that balancing a quality education with work and family isn’t easy. But they’ll work hard to help you take your career to a new degree.
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