To address the need for new departments and specialized instruction, the administration improved the facilities and courses to make them on par with OWU's new academic position.
University Hall, Slocum Library, extensions to the Monnett campus, and athletic facilities were all constructed during that period.
Warren engaged in forty-one interviews on the ABC and NBC networks.
and the university enacts policies to meet the six criteria developed by the Campus-Pride organization for recruiting and supporting students from a lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender population.
The faculty is 37% female and 63% male, with 10% from underrepresented groups.
Ohio Wesleyan University, named (like several other U. colleges and universities) after John Wesley, founder of Methodism, opened on November 13, 1844 as a Methodist-related but nonsectarian institution, with a College of Liberal Arts for male students.
By the end of the 19th century, Ohio Wesleyan had added a School of Music (1877), School of Fine Arts (1877), School of Oratory (1894), and Business School (1895) to the original College of Liberal Arts (founded in 1844).
The Memorial Union Building was renovated in 2001 to accommodate the Economics Department, the Academic Resource Center, the Information Services portion of the combined Libraries and Information Services department, and the Woltemade Center for Economics, Business and Entrepreneurship.