Wesley College is a fully accredited Middle States institution. Further accreditation has been obtained for both education students via NCATE and MSN Nursing students via NLNAC.

At Wesley College, with locations in New Castle and Dover Delaware, our programs, Undergraduate and Graduate alike, are designed for the working adult and their lifestyle.

Scheduling at Wesley College is formatted to allow students to attend classes around their busy lives. A student can go only one night per week for seven weeks or truly accelerate their education and take more than one class per seven week semester. This ensures degree completion in approximately two years or less.

Another advantage our programs possess is smaller class sizes. Most of our courses are taught by professors still in the work force using real world applications and approaches to real world problems that employees actually face. In the event a student may need extra help with their studies, Wesley College New Castle offers free onsite tutoring in Math and English.

In addition to the smaller class sizes, fully personalized academic advising at the graduate and undergraduate levels are provided to every student. Wesley College New Castle offers all of these advantages at affordable prices with payment plans and financial aid available to those that qualify. We also do not charge out of state tuition fees for students not residing in Delaware. With Wesley College’s locations in New Castle and Dover Delaware, students are never numbers, but instead are recognized individuals that are integral parts of our growing community.

Why Should You Choose Us?

  • Degree completion in approximately 2 years
  • No out of state tuition fees
  • Classes meet just one night a week
  • MSN Nursing program voted #1 for Delaware in 2012
  • Personalized advising
  • Free Tutoring in Math and English
  • Workplace-ready learning
  • Convenient location

Tips & Info

Here are some things to consider when choosing a school:

  • Public or Private?
    Public schools are mostly paid for by the government and they provide outstanding education at a lower price than private institutions.
    Private colleges are costly but can also offer liberal financial aids.
  • Academic Goals
    Pursue a major or a course that interests you, not just one that will pay good money.
    Evaluate the institution’s facilities and offerings and make sure the school has sufficient resources.
  • Big or Small?
    Schools range from populations of under 5,000 students up to over 50,000 students.
    Consider the following based on your individual personality: class environment, variety of course offerings, campus life, athletics, housing.