Welcome to IW Online! Please bookmark this page of resources that will be vital to your success as an online student! This list of tools and resources will be valuable as you continue your educational journey with IW.
- Academic Calendar
- Library Databases
- Office 365
Use your IW email address to register and receive free student access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
- Student Email
Your IW University email is the University’s official means of communication with you as a student; be sure to check it regularly.
- Student Portal
Check grades, transcripts, financial aid awards, billing, etc.
- Career Resources
- Disability Services/Academic Accommodations
- Registrar’s Office
- Technical Support
Questions regarding the IW student portal and/or IW email accounts may be directed to the Iowa Wesleyan Help Desk at 319.385.6251 or email email@example.com. Hours are Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm CT.Questions related to the online classroom may be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), as Amended, is to afford certain rights to students concerning their education records.
The Iowa Wesleyan University Records Policy, in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), requires the written consent of the student authorizing the disclosure of non-directory information from his or her record. The authorization must include: the specific information to be released; the party or class of parties to whom the information is to be released; the purpose of the release; the date; and the student’s signature. Download a copy of the Student Consent for Release of Non-Directory Information
Additional General FERPA Guidance for Students
Academic Probation, Suspension, and Dismissal
The academic standards of Iowa Wesleyan University are based on a philosophy of maximizing student progress toward successful course and degree completion. Academic standard criteria are designed to monitor students’ progress so that students and college staff can intervene and explore options to assist students who have difficulty meeting minimum requirements for successful course or program completion.
Academic probation, suspension and dismissal are determined after the grading period at the end of each online term. In order to remain in good academic standing, you must meet the minimum GPA requirements. Students not making satisfactory progress will be placed on an academic status of warning, probation or suspension depending on their individual academic situation. More information about academic probation, suspension and dismissal can be found in the Iowa Wesleyan University Academic Catalogs.