Located in Owensboro, Ky. — a city in Northwest Kentucky on the Ohio River — the 150-year-old institution offers 29 majors and 13 pre-professional curriculums. It has an ideal student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1 with almost 90 percent of its faculty members having a Ph.D. or terminal degree.
A United Methodist-related academic institution, Kentucky Wesleyan “fosters a liberal arts education that nourishes and prepares students intellectually, spiritually and physically to achieve success in life,” according to the college’s mission. This means teaching students to think critically, communicate effectively and live ethically.
Kentucky Wesleyan’s athletics teams compete in NCAA Division II and are members of the Great Midwestern Athletic Conference. True to the state in which it resides, the school has a tremendous men’s basketball tradition with seven national championships — more than any school in Division II.
The college prides itself on a personalized education facilitated by a close-knit campus community committed to the long-term success of its students while offering exciting social, service and leadership opportunities. It’s all part of the “Wesleyan Way” of learning and living, which is based on four principles: 1) Do everything with honor; 2) Support each other; 3) Compete with integrity; 4) Love each other in Christ.
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By Kevin Hyde, Content Writer, Capture Higher Ed