A new service center is now open in Naperville, Illinois. Indiana Wesleyan University now has its first center for the purpose of providing service and promotion for its educational degree programs.
The Naperville Service Center will be staffed by Enrollment Specialists, and Conference Service staff as well as an Evening Manager. With a desire to serve the community, these employees will work with prospective students to assist them in their educational goals as well as provide conferencing for businesses in the region.
During the ribbon cutting ceremony, Dr. David Wright shared his vision for servicing the region in providing educational alternatives in cooperation with the community needs. He spoke of the importance of having a Christian worldview when providing educational curriculum. Others who participated include regional Dean’s, community leaders, and the Naperville chamber of commerce. Rev. Josh Howard is a graduate of IWU who gave a prayer of invocation and blessing.
“This is a great opportunity not only for prospective students but for our local alumni as well,” says Rick Carder, Director of Alumni. Carder plans to host alumni events at the center in the coming year. He hopes to establish a local chapter of alumni and parents will help serve the needs of the center as well as the community.