Wiley College was founded by the Freedman's Aid Society in 1873 to train teachers for careers in African American elementary and secondary schools. Today, Wiley has a focused curriculum that includes 15 distinct degree programs. More and more, students of all races and many nationalities find that Wiley, with its intimate Marshall, Texas, campus, is a caring, nurturing, and welcoming place.
We are now enrolling for fall, and we invite you to contact us today to learn more about this special place!
Please click here: http://mywiley.wileyc.edu/ICS/Academics/ to view course offerings!