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  2. Indiana Wesleyan University - Wikipedia

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    Leadership. / 40.519; -85.665. Indiana Wesleyan University ( IWU) is a private evangelical Christian university headquartered in Marion, Indiana, and affiliated with the Wesleyan Church. It is the largest private university in Indiana. [3] [4] [5] The university system includes IWU—Marion, where nearly 3,000 students are enrolled in ...

  3. Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats - Wikipedia

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    The Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats are the athletic teams that represent Indiana Wesleyan University, located in Marion, Indiana, in intercollegiate sports as a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Crossroads League (formerly known as the Mid-Central College Conference (MCCC) until after the 2011–12 school year) since the 1973–74 ...

  4. Wesley Seminary - Wikipedia

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    Wesley Seminary. / 40.516545; -85.669430. Wesley Seminary is an evangelical Christian theological seminary that was founded by the Wesleyan Church denomination and Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU). Wesley Seminary is located on Indiana Wesleyan University's main campus in Marion, Indiana .

  5. List of NAIA institutions - Wikipedia

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    Indiana University Northwest: Redhawks: Gary: Indiana: Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference: Indiana University South Bend: Titans: South Bend: Indiana: Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference: Indiana University Southeast: Grenadiers: New Albany: Indiana: River States Conference: Indiana University–Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC ...

  6. Indiana University Southeast - Wikipedia

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    Campus. IU Southeast is located 15 minutes north of downtown Louisville, Kentucky, in suburban New Albany, Indiana, at the edge of southern Indiana's picturesque "knobs," which is a region of rolling hills that run parallel to the Ohio River. The campus spreads over 180 acres (73 ha) just north of I-265 in Southern Indiana .

  7. Marian University (Indiana) - Wikipedia

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    Marian University is a private Roman Catholic university in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founded in 1851 by the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, Indiana , the college moved to Indianapolis in 1937. Marian was known as Marian College from 1936 until 2009, when it was renamed Marian University.

  8. List of NAIA football programs - Wikipedia

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    Michigan. Mid-States Football Association. Wolverine–Hoosier Athletic Conference. Concordia University–Nebraska. Bulldogs. Seward. Nebraska. Great Plains Athletic Conference. Culver–Stockton College.

  9. History of Wesleyan University - Wikipedia

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    Wesleyan University is a private liberal arts college and "little university" located in Middletown, Connecticut. The now secular and co-ed institution was founded in 1831 as an all-male Methodist college. [1] Historian David B. Potts divides the history of Wesleyan into four periods. According to Potts, from its founding until 1870, Wesleyan ...