Kentucky Wesleyan College

Kentucky Wesleyan College

Kentucky Wesleyan College was founded by the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1858 in Millersburg, Kentucky. In 1890, the institute was moved to Winchester, and it became coeducational soon after. It was relocated to its current 55-acre campus in Owensboro, Kentucky in 1951. KWC offers enrollment to more than 900 students every year.

Kentucky Wesleyan College offers bachelor's degrees in arts and science. Students can choose from over 25 majors. A number of pre-professional programs are also available. The academic divisions of the college are:

  • Division of Humanities and Fine Arts
  • Division of Natural Sciences
  • Division of Social Sciences

The athletics department of Kentucky Wesleyan College sponsors teams in baseball, basketball, softball, tennis, golf, soccer, volleyball, and football. The teams are nicknamed the Panthers, and compete in the Great Lakes Valley Conference in the NCAA's Division II.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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