Admissions counselors are there to help you with every step of the Nebraska Wesleyan admissions process. Give them a call if you have questions at any time.
This coursework is designed to introduce college-level research, writing and critical thinking centered around an interdisciplinary topic. Students will sharpen their writing and speaking skills, while working collaboratively with classmates and professors. Although the topics vary widely, all of the seminars emphasize the development of skills and habits of mind that will help you succeed at Nebraska Wesleyan.
As an approved undergraduate and graduate institution for federal education benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Nebraska Wesleyan University welcomes veterans and their eligible dependents. For more information, click here.
Services for Students with Disabilities
The University is committed to providing accessibility and reasonable accommodations to all who take part in campus events, so all have access to equal educational opportunities and to full participation in the campus community life. For more information, click here.
Resource Persons and Peer Assistants
Resource persons across campus and Peer Assistants in housing are eager to help you grow your personal or spiritual identity. Plus, they can support you through times of crisis, too, whether it’s harassment, racial, pregnancy, spiritual, or accessibility and accommodation issues.
Contact or visit us
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Admissions Office, Smith-Curtis 207
5000 Saint Paul Avenue
Lincoln NE 68504
402.465.2218 FAX 402.465.2177
Admissions [at] nebrwesleyan.edu