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Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs at North Carolina Wesleyan College provides a wide range of programs and services designed to enhance student participation on campus and allow students to benefit from their college experience. From living communities to student activities, personal wellness to career development, student affairs develops a well rounded and well prepared student with necessary life skills.

The office of student affairs supports and enhances the college’s educational mission. We seek to provide a living and learning environment that inspires personal growth, promotes social awareness, and challenges students while supporting them in achieving their full potential as individuals, members of the Wesleyan family, and citizens in the global community. Our programs and services seek to promote intellectual and personal development in several areas including community responsibility within our residential life program, leadership development within student organizations and activities, and civic responsibility through community service programs. It is our main goal to produce leaders who are held in high regard for their character, ethics, and achievements.

Ed Naylor
Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students
North Carolina Wesleyan College
3400 N. Wesleyan Blvd.
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
(252) 985-5404-office

Click Here for the 2014-2015 Student Handbook



If a student's complaint cannot be resolved with North Carolina Wesleyan College, below is a link to the North Carolina Departments of Justice, Consumer Affairs Division's website with directions on how a consumer can reach them and with a link to the online complaint form.

State Student Complaint Process link:

The mailing address of the Consumer Affairs Division of the North Carolina Department of Justice is:

North Carolina Department of Justice
Consumer Protection Division
9001 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, NC 27699-9001

The phone number is 1-877-566-7226

An online complain form is available at: www.ncdoj.goc/complaint