Good overall school great learning environment
Iowa Wesleyan gave me the opportunity to play in the women's soccer team and also to get my education. This school offers plenty of financial aid . I am involved in a sorority name Alpha Theta Ro. the mission is to help leukemia patients. It has a great diversity and it challenges you to become a all rounded student. If you like interacting with others ,being involved and is excited for life this college is for you .
My overall opinion of Iowa Wesleyan is that it is a slightly below average school with really good academics and strong teaching environment. Life here can get boring and sicking kind of quickly if you're more suited to luxury or city life.
It is an okay school. Even though they have good programs, they don't have many clubs. They also have good work study programs as well.
Overall, friendly school. Has lots of events to get the community and students together. It's a small university in the middle of nowhere, but all the activities they do really makes you feel apart of the community they have. You get close to many people, students, and faculty.
Iowa Wesleyan is a small campus. The staff and students are all friendly. We all work together to help each other succeed. The only real problem with the university falls in the fact that the tuition is very high and many people are not able to afford it for all four years.
It's a clean campus. Everyone is super nice and always positive. The professors would do anything to see you and talk to you about your courses. The events are really well organized and it's always fun meeting new people and having fun. The class size is pretty good, I usually like small classes because everyone gets to listen to your opinions/answers.
It’s a great atmosphere but there are some people that come just to leave their parents and don’t take college seriously and make it harder for others to learn. The food isn’t the best, but there are a few food places up the road so convenience is nice and the overall mobility of the classes are awesome.
I transferred in and was only in the teacher education program. The professors in the Program don’t really care about teaching. They pick their favorites and if you are not one of them then you struggle. You don’t get feed back on assignments and the do not prepare you for teaching. The professors in the teacher education program talk badly about students who o each other.
Over all, they do not care. The push you through the program.
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