Welcome Future Battling Bishops
Welcome from the Counselors and staff of NCWC Admissions and thank you for your interest in our College. NCWC is an undergraduate and graduate degree offering institution with dedicated complement of Admissions Counselors and staff. Our staff is committed to providing you with the information and processes necessary to become the next member of the Battling Bishop family.
NC Wesleyan has a lot to offer, from academic degrees, NCAA sports, student clubs to career development. Much of this information can be found from this webpage; however, we encourage you to contact one of our counselors for a personal introduction and tour for all that NCWC has to offer.
NC Wesleyan’s Repayment Initiative for Student Education Program (R.I.S.E.) is our innovative promise to students: if your income after graduation is less than $50,000, we can help you repay your federal student, parent PLUS and private alternative loans after graduation.
North Carolina Wesleyan College, founded in 1956, is a private co-educational liberal arts college, affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Wesleyan offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and prepares students for professional advancement, lifelong learning and responsible participation in their communities. NCWC invites applications for admissions from students whose personal and academic record reveals intellectual ability and educational achievement.
The College considers applications under the rolling admissions system; therefore, applications are reviewed when all information has been received. Admission is granted to qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or national or ethnic origin. To promote the exchange of ideas and values, the College seeks a diverse student body, admitting students of different backgrounds, interests and talents.
Becoming a Bishop.
NC Wesleyan seeks students with a commitment to learning, creativity, strong academic potential, intellectual curiosity, and a desire to contribute to a community based on our main Core Values. Admission to Wesleyan is based on academic record, including courses taken, grades earned, and class standing, followed by SAT or ACT test scores. Achievement in extracurricular activities, community participation, and a motivation to get involved and contribute to the Wesleyan campus community are also taken into consideration.
Explore NC Wesleyan.
Discover what it’s like to study and live here. Schedule a student-led tour of our main Rocky Mount campus and experience for yourself the family atmosphere at NC Wesleyan.
In case you can’t make it! Check out our Interactive Campus Map, Housing Tours and more.