Knowledge Base: This link will open the Knowledge Base website. This site is designed to help you answer any “How do I…..” questions by accessing a document and video library. If you cannot find the answer to your question, you may submit a Help Ticket request directly from the website.
Campus Map: View our campus map.
Campus Safety: We 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.
Consumer Information: At Kentucky Wesleyan College, we want to provide easy access to information that will help you make the best decision about your child’s education.
Counseling Services: Learn more about all the counseling and mental health services Kentucky Wesleyan has to offer.
Directions to Campus: Click this link to get directions to our campus and a link to hotels in the area.
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.
Emergency Information: View contact information and procedures for an emergency situation.
One Call Now: Complete to receive a message when classes are cancelled or campus is closed due to extreme weather or campus emergency.
Parent Portal: Access to the Parent Portal.
P.A.W.S. (Parent’s Association of Wesleyan Students): A group designed to help current and future parents of Kentucky Wesleyan students to know what is happening on campus.
Pay Account Balance: Click here to pay your student’s account balance. For questions, contact the Cashier’s Office at 270-852-3108.
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.