Indiana Wesleyan University, founded in 1920, is a private, coeducational institution affiliated with the Wesleyan Church. The 325-acre campus is located in a small town 70 miles northeast of Indianapolis. Total undergraduate and graduate enrollment is 13,917.
The College of Adult and Professional Studies was founded in 1985 and is located on the main campus. Courses also are offered at more than 90 locations in 54 cities in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio, with physical campus presence in 12 locations. The basic educational approach is to offer intensive study in the disciplines and skill areas required for managing today’s business organizations, including areas of social, technical, ethical, and economic concern. The college’s programs are designed to equip working professionals to function as lifelong learners in their areas of specialty.