Recognized as a "Best Midwestern College" by the Princeton Review, Western Illinois University to proud to offer an outstanding variety of in-demand bachelor's and master's degree programs, pre-professional programs, two doctoral degrees, and certificate programs. WIU values the development of the whole person and is therefore committed to providing opportunities for personal growth in an environment that supports the development of wellness, ethical decision-making, and personal responsibility. Western Illinois University's traditional, residential four-year campus is located in Macomb, Illinois, while their non-residential, metropolitan campus is located in the Quad Cities/Moline, Illinois
To ensure the success of each student, class sizes are kept small, with an average undergraduate class size of about 19 students. The athletics programs at the school compete at the NCAA Division I level, fielding nine men’s teams and ten women’s teams. Student organizations, intramural sports, fraternities and sororities, unrivaled student services, and an excellent education await prospective students at WIU. Enroll to become a part of the university’s inspiring environment and to join a legacy of success that goes far beyond the classroom.
Macomb is a city in and the county seat of McDonough County, Illinois, United States. It is situated in western Illinois, southwest of Galesburg. The city is about 75 miles southwest of Peoria and 77 miles south of the Quad Cities. Macomb is the home of Western Illinois University, a university with the advantages of accomplished faculty; modern technologies and facilities; and broad academic and extracurricular opportunities.