The College provides an orientation for all new students and their parents prior to the opening of the fall semester. The program, involving administration, faculty, and student leaders, is designed to acquaint both students and parents with the traditions, expectations, and resources of the Roberts Wesleyan College community.
The Career Services office aims to help students understand how their interests, abilities, experiences, and values influence their career choices. The staff is available to assist students with their career planning. The office has a structured program designed to help the students identify career goals and objectives. Students may utilize resources such as our online career assessments, workshops, class seminars, and books located in the Career Resource Center. In addition, they may seek individual career advisement to discuss potential options and internship opportunities.
Also, the office provides opportunities for placement into employment or graduate school. Recruiters from area businesses and organizations, school districts, and colleges nationwide come to campus each year to meet with students about employment or career opportunities. Several career programs are scheduled throughout the year to encourage career exploration and placement.
Chapel/Spiritual Life Program
The Roberts Wesleyan College chapel is a community event which plays an important and meaningful role in the spiritual life of our campus. Chapel meets most Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:00 - 11:50 a.m. Students must attend a majority of the chapels offered each semester. In addition, our school offers multiple opportunities for spiritual growth through small groups, mission trips, campus ministries, and other personal or corporate programs. These offerings are provided by students, faculty, staff, and through the Chaplain's office.
The RWC Counseling Center at Roberts Wesleyan College is one place students utilize to address personal and growth issues. The mission of the Counseling Center is to provide counseling and psychological services that facilitate students' personal development. Undergraduate students are eligible to receive counseling from either professional or graduate staff members.
Services for Students with Disabilities
Various support services are available to assist students with disabilities. The Learning Center coordinates these services which include facility access, learning assistance, academic modifications, support, and career guidance.