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North Carolina Wesleyan College

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C+(5.2)

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3 negative, 3 positive.
“I enrolled in Wesleyan after 2 semesters at Community College. What a mistake. With few exceptions the Professors were cold and distant. The students ...”
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43% of students would choose to return to NCWC, whereas 57% would not. Click to find out why.

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Carolina Wesleyan College prepares students for responsible participation in their communities, professional advancement, and lifelong learning. The College provides degree programs and other educational opportunities for residential, commuting and adult students. The liberal arts are the foundation of Wesleyan's curriculum for all undergraduate programs. Instruction emphasizes critical thinking, analytical reasoning, reading, writing, speaking, making informed ethical decisions, and using the new information technologies. Students choose from a variety of majors, all of which help prepare students for rewarding personal lives, good citizenship, and productive careers. The program Rocky Mount for residential and commuting students emphasizes small classes and individual attention. It also provides strong student support services and encourages student development through co-curricular activities. . . .

NCWC Average Job Salaries

$27,163Starting Salary
$110,00010 Year Salary
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NCWC Address

NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN COLLEGE
3400 N WESLEYAN BLVD
ROCKY MOUNT, NC27804
General info:(252) 985-5100
Financial aid office:(252) 985-5291
Admissions office:(252) 985-5200
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