Although Nebraska Wesleyan University seeks to maintain the most up-to-date policy online, policies are subject to change by the University and are updated periodically for accuracy, clarity, and alignment with best practices. For more information about a specific policy, contact the owner of the policy.
Information about student loans.
Financial Aid (Undergraduate Student Satisfactory Progress for Federal, State and Institutional Aid)
Financial Aid requires undergraduate students to maintain satisfactory progress to maintain federal, state or instutitional aid.
To inform students of the Federal TEACH Grant.
To inform traditional students of the costs, payments and refund policies.
Policy for submitting formal student complaint
On-campus housing options by gender
Gift Acceptance Policy
Policy on Gifts, Gift Certificates, Prizes and Awards
A formal appeal of a course grade, after a student has discussed the grade with the instructor and department chair.
Grade appeal or change request policy
How GPA is calculated
Grade factors for graduate GPA
Grade factors for undergraduate GPA
Use of graduate level courses for a bachelor's degree
Policy for differentiating graduate and undergraduate level courses
Policies for graduation application and eligibility for commencement ceremony
In compliance with federal and state laws, NWU has developed this information (data) security program (“ISP”) which outlines the University’s policy and procedures for evaluating and addressing the electronic and physical methods for accessing, collecting
guidance on the use of Great Hall, Smith Curtis
This policy describes the process of how faculty, staff, and students are hired as employees.
This policy describes how HIV/AIDS infected persons are handled for employment.
This policy describes the University's guidelines for holidays.
This policy describes the University's guidelines for hours of employment.
This policy describes how identification cards for employees and spouse/guests are handled.
This policy describes the University's definition of immediate family.
Incomplete option for coursework