North Carolina Wesleyan College

3400 N Wesleyan Blvd, Rocky mount, NC 27804
Tel: (252)985-5100
Private not-for-profit | 1,463 students
  • North Carolina Wesleyan College, a private institution affiliated with the United Methodist Church, prepares students for professional advancement, life-long learning, and responsible participation in their communities.
  • School Overview:

    North Carolina Wesleyan College
    CountyNash County, NC
    Title IV EligibleParticipat
    Carnegie ClassificationBaccalaureate Colleges--General
    Institution LevelFour or more years
    Institution ControlPrivate not-for-profit
    Instructional Staff Total
    (research/public service staff included)
    94 staff115 staff
    Student Body
    Total Enrollment1,463 students1,633 students
    # Full-Time Students
    1,177 students1,434 students
    # Part-Time Students
    286 students137 students
     
    % American Indian/Alaskan
    1%1%
    % Asian
    -2%
    % Hawaiian
    1%1%
    % Hispanic
    -3%
    % Black
    56%6%
    % White
    41%84%
    % Two or more races
    1%2%
     
    Finances and Admission
    In-State Tuition Fees
    (2012-13)
    $25,760$24,462
     
    Out-State Tuition Fees
    (2012-13)
    $25,760$24,744
     
    Tuition$20,790.
    Tuition Notes12-18 semester hrs,
    Percent Admitted54%64%
    SAT Reading (25-75%)380-470450-570
    SAT Math (25-75%)390-490460-573
    ACT Composite (25-75%)15-2120-25

    School Notes:

    • The liberal arts are the foundation of Wesleyan’s curriculum for all undergraduate degree programs. Students choose from a variety of majors, all of which help prepare students for rewarding personal lives, good citizenship, and productive careers. The College provides an educational environment that encourages spiritual and ethical development, but serves students of many religious backgrounds. The College provides degree programs and other educational opportunities for residential, commuting, and adult students. Instruction emphasizes critical thinking, analytical reasoning, reading, writing, speaking, making informed ethical decisions, and using the new information technologies. It understands the increasing importance of a global perspective and of helping students learn to function in a complex society.The program in Rocky Mount for residential and commuting students emphasizes small classes and individual attention. It also provides strong student support services and encourages student development through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The Adult Degree program is designed for students who wish to strengthen their academic background, enhance their professional knowledge and skills, and advance their careers. It is tailored to the learning styles and schedules of working adults. While its curriculum and programs do not reflect a sectarian perspective, the College affirms the values of the Judeo-Christian tradition.The College has a special commitment to the Rocky Mount area and to eastern North Carolina. Through individual faculty, staff, and alumni activity, and through its educational and cultural programs, the College promotes the development of the region. The Wesleyan community includes students from diverse cultural and racial backgrounds. The College works to create an environment in which students, faculty, and staff come together in a dynamic learning community.
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