Illinois Wesleyan University: The Most Selective Small College in Illinois

Illinois Wesleyan University (IWU) in Bloomington, Illinois prides itself on being the most selective small college in the state.  IWU has no graduate students; it’s called a university because it is divided into two colleges: the College of Liberal Arts (which includes business programs) and the College of Fine Arts (which includes Schools of Music, Art, and Theatre).  IWU’s most popular majors are business, biology, and music.  In this video, Assistant Director of Admissions Brandon Christol talks about what makes Illinois Wesleyan unique and the type of students who are a good fit for the university.

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