Current Students

Academic Bulletin: The online version of Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Academic Bulletin (also called a catalog). The Bulletin includes academic policies and procedures, courses of instruction and other information pertinent to students of the College.

Academic Calendar 2015-2016: View the 2015-2016 Academic Calendar.

Academic Calendar 2016-2017: View the 2016-2017 Academic Calendar.

Academic Suspension Appeal Form: Download the Academic Suspension Appeal form.

Accept your Awards: Accept your awards package online. Accepting your award will ensure that your money is ready to be disbursed at the start of the semester.

Application to Live Off Campus: Complete and return to Student Life by July 1.

Athletics: Visit the Kentucky Wesleyan Athletics website.

Athletic Student Handbook: View the student handbook for our scholar-athletes.

Bookstore: Buy your books online!

Brightspace: Kentucky Wesleyan College’s online access to all course management. Both Moodle and the Learning House have been replaced by Brightspace effective Aug. 1, 2016.

Campus Directory: A comprehensive listing of campus contacts.

Campus Map: View our campus map.

Campus SafetyWe take Campus Safety and Security seriously at Kentucky Wesleyan College. The protection of every member of our campus community is of highest importance. Here is our campus safety and security plan — please contact us if you have any questions.

E-Mail: Access to your email account. Please note, you will need to access this from Internet Explorer.
*If you are not able to log onto your email account, please click here. If this does not work, please submit a Help Desk request here

Emergency Information: View contact information and procedures for an emergency situation.

Events Calendar: View the Events Calendar.

Facilities Request: Submit work order requests to Facilities online. If an organization number is required, please use #1434112.

Financial Aid: We are extremely happy to serve the students of Kentucky Wesleyan College and help you realize your dreams. We know the financial aid process can be confusing, so please feel free to ask us about any of your questions or concerns — we’ve been able to help many, many students find a way to attend Kentucky Wesleyan College.

Financial Account Complaint – Appeal form: Access to the Financial Account Complaint form.

Hocker Dining Hall Menu: View the weekly menu for the Hocker Dining Hall.

Housing Policy: Review the Housing Policy.

Howard Greenwell Library: The Howard Greenwell Library provides information and library services to meet the educational needs of the KWC community and to prepare students for the process of life-long learning.

IT Services Help Desk: Submit requests for computer and technology-related assistance.

KHEAA Verify: For students selected to provide documentation that supports the information reported on the FAFSA.

PantherNet: Access to the College’s intranet.

Panther’s Den Spirit Store: Visit our online apparel store!

Student Accounts: Access to Student Accounts on PantherNet.

Student Handbook Policies (PDF): Our student handbook is meant to serve as a guide to Kentucky Wesleyan College. We encourage our new students to familiarize themselves with the rules and regulations of the college, including our judicial system. This handbook serves as a means of communicating to our students their rights, responsibilities, and obligations of being a member of the college community.

Student Organizations: Check out the list of student organizations — you’ll find something that’s perfect for you!

Student Portal: Access to the Student Portal.

Website Changes: Have you noticed an error or change needed to www.kwc.edu? Please complete this form to let us know so we can address it.

The Wesleyan Way: At Kentucky Wesleyan, we believe in an education that goes far beyond the textbook, the computer screen or the written exam. Leaders of the next generation are those who have been educated with a broad view of how relationships matter in the overall success of our world. Consequently, we believe in “The Wesleyan Way” of learning and living.