Wiley College has reduced its tuition to make a quality education more accessible to all. This reduction beginning in Fall 2020 will make Wiley the most affordable historically black institution in the state of Texas.

Setting our students up for success not only includes ensuring the proper resources are available to them, but also making certain of the holistic success of our students as they matriculate at Wiley College. With this in mind, we have launched Wiley Cares; a multi-tiered campaign launched to concentrate on four tenets that we believe will inspire our students to great heights while at the same time addressing their holistic needs:

The Wildcat Food Pantry

Students will be able to request food and toiletries online and pick up packaged items. Items will be available for ordering and pick up weekly. Students are permitted to request assistance from the food pantry twice a month.

Contact Dr. Dominique A. Robinson at MinistryMatters@wileyc.edu or (903) 923-2455 for more information

  • Items you can Donate

    Instant oatmeal or grits
    Snacks (chips, crackers, cookies, nuts/seeds, fruit snacks, etc.)
    Canned tuna
    Peanut butter
    Ramen noodles (cups or packages)
    Rice/noodle microwaveable meals
    Salt and pepper
    Hot sauce

    Feminine hygiene products (unscented)
    Antacid/acid indigestion medication
    Aspirin or other pain relievers (Advil, ibuprofen, Tylenol)
    Non-drowsy cold and flu medicines
    Toothache medication
    Antidiarrheal medicine (Pepto-Bismol, etc.)
    Adhesive bandages, antibiotic ointment
    Cough medicine and cough drops
    Throat spray
    Triple antibiotic cream
    Bacitracin ointment
    Various size bandages
    Ace bandages
    Plastic gloves
    Shower caddy
    Shower shoes (flip-flops)
    Shampoo and conditioner
    Hair-styling products
    Bath and face soap
    Travel soap container(s)
    Toothpaste and toothbrush
    Dental floss
    Nail clippers
    Hair dryer/straightener/curling iron
    Razor and shaving cream
    Lotion and/or facial moisturizer
    Cotton swabs/q-tips

    Clothes hangers
    Laundry bag/basket
    Laundry detergent, fabric softener and stain remover
    Lint brush
    Mini sewing kit
    Paper towels
    Trash bags
    All-purpose cleaner
    Plastic storage bags
    Food-storage containers
    Dish soap
    Wet wipes
    Bowl, plate and cup
    Plastic flatware
    Can Opener

    Umbrella or poncho

WC Dollars (pronounced Dub-C)

We are currently developing a process for the issuance of micro-grants to students with critical need with an expected launch for Fall 2020.

We are currently accepting VISA/AMEX gift cards to assist students who are in need until the microgrants program is launched. Contact Institutional Advancement at ia@wileyc.edu or (903) 927-3386 for more information.

Come Home to Wiley

Through the diligent efforts of the Department of Enrollment Services, we have launched a reclamation initiative for students who have previously dropped out of Wiley due to unmet financial obligations. Special consideration and support for re-enrollment is happening now. Don’t miss out! For more information, contact the Department of Enrollment Services at (903) 927-3311.

Wiley Working with You

The Office of Career Services (OCS) offers a multitude of services to assist students and alumni on their pathway to success. Services include career counseling, on-campus recruiting, vocational assessments, and a myriad of other career preparedness programs. For more information, contact the Office of Career Services at (903) 923-1671.

We thank you in advance for your partnership and support. Should you have any questions about Wiley Cares, contact the office of Institutional Advancement at ia@wileyc.edu or by telephone at 903-927-3386 or our Dean of Chapel, Rev. Dr. Dominique A. Robinson at darobinson@wileyc.edu or at (903) 923-2455.