Chartered in 1857 as a small, private liberal arts college, Tennessee Wesleyan College continues its tradition today as an important center of learning in southeast Tennessee.
We welcome you to learn about us - the programs, the spirit and the fit you'll find at Tennessee Wesleyan.
Tennessee Wesleyan offers a unique academic experience by teaching fundamental liberal arts courses during your first few semesters, allowing you to begin college with an open mind and ready to explore new ideas.
A student with 15 or more semester hours of college credit is considered a transfer student. Anyone can transfer and there are no prerequisite courses.
Tennessee Wesleyan welcomes students from all over the world and offers specific admissions information for international students to ensure an easy transition.
The Tennessee Wesleyan Fort Sanders Nursing Department offers a baccalaureate degree (BSN) to pre-licensure and registered nurse students.
The Evening Program at Tennessee Wesleyan College is an accelerated format designed specifically for the non-traditional student, comprising mostly working adults.
Tennessee Wesleyan provides opportunities for many students not seeking a traditional college degree, such as educator certification, high school students seeking to get a head start on earning college credits and temporary students.
Tennessee Wesleyan College is now a graduate degree granting institution. Within the coming months and years, the college will begin to add new master's programs to its graduate curriculum. The college currently offers a Master of Science in Curriculum Leadership, a program that trains future academic and business leaders, producing teachers and leaders who will be competent professionals, service-oriented individuals and reflective practitioners.