Admitted Students

Welcome Class of 2026

We’re excited to welcome you to Nebraska Wesleyan University and P-Wolf Nation! Please refer to this website for the latest new student updates and to get started on a college experience that will change your life. Here’s how.

  1.  Join the Class of 2026 today! Submit your $350 tuition deposit.
  2. Complete your housing request. Every student must complete this form, even those who qualify for an exemption to live off campus.
  3. Select your New Student Orientation session. This is when you will meet with an academic advisor and register for fall semester classes. Families are encouraged to attend with their students! Sessions are available June 1, 3, 7, 8 and 10.
  4. Complete your First Semester Advising Questionnaire. Your academic advisor will use this information to learn more about your interests and goals and aid in developing a first semester schedule.
  5. Take the Modern Language Assessment. You will complete this assessment if you have studied French, German or Spanish. You will create an account to complete the assessment. Student ID is not required to setup the account.
Learn more about the Modern Language Assessment process

If you’ve studied French, German or Spanish in the past, we want to place you in the modern language courses that match your current ability. To do that, we use a language assessment test.

  • This assessment is only one part of Nebraska Wesleyan’s process. You’ll want to do your best, but there is no negative consequence for a “low” score.
  • Please take this assessment even if you don’t currently intend to continue studying a given language. It never hurts to keep your options open.
  • There’s no need to cram for this test. We’re simply measuring your current ability. And it’s not possible to “test out” of NWU’s language requirement.
  • The assessment will ask you to create an account. You may leave the student ID section blank.
  • The assessment automatically generates a score at the end. This score is not your placement. We use this score in combination with other factors to determine your placement. The registrar will note your placement on your academic analysis. You and your academic advisor will then use this information as you build your course schedule.