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About John Wesley College
Personal counseling is available in a confidential, Christian atmosphere. The service is available without cost to any student desiring help in the clarification and resolution of issues that may interfere with a successful University or life experience. Many of the University’s personnel are available to students to assist with the resolution of problems or issues. For questions concerning academics or ministry careers, students’ academic advisers and professors will assist students. Should a student feel the need for a professional counselor outside of the John Wesley University community, the Office of Student Services will assist the student with locating a licensed Christian professional counselor in the Triad area. Students are responsible for contacting and paying any related fees for the services of a licensed Christian Counselor.
Our library uses an OPAC (online public access catalog). You may access our catalog from any computer connected to the internet, by opening the University’s web page at www.johnwesley.edu. Simply click on the access catalog online link that can be found on the Temple Library page. The collection is classified according to the Library of Congress Classification System.
Days and hours of operation will be posted at the entrance to the library. The library will be closed for all chapel services. Changes in the schedule for holidays, breaks, and the summer months also will be posted at the entrance to the library.
A copy machine is located in the stack room of the library near the exit doors. It is coin operated and takes nickels, dimes, and quarters. Library staff can help you with change. No student is permitted to use faculty/staff copy machines at any time for any reason.
The United States is a top destination for many international students given that it's considered to be one of the most affordable cities to live in.
Student housing is available at the Shufelt Apartment Building as well as the university-owned homes on our property. Please contact the admissions office for cost and availability (336-821-2474 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Courses available 10Business, Management 1 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 8 MBA 1
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