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ATTENTION WILDCATS!!!

All sophomore and junior level students who have completed 45-89 semester credit hours are required to take the Rising Junior Examination. The exam will be administered on September 19-20, 2018. The exam is two (2) hours long and it is mandatory that you schedule, if you have not already done so, using the link below.

Click here to register for the examination!

Look forward to seeing you!!!!

Online Students

ARE YOU TAKING ONLINE CLASSES AT WILEY THIS SEMESTER?  

If so, click here to learn how to sign in to your online courses!

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How to Access Online & TADC Courses

Announcements for Wiley College and TADC students taking online classes:

A) If you are a Wiley College student enrolled in one or more online classes, please note that your online classes are accessed through CANVAS. You will enter your classroom through the CANVAS link provided on the left hand column of the JICS logon page. After entering your class in CANVAS, begin the “Start Here” module for orientation and technical assistance.  For instructions on how to log in to Canvas, please visit the Tech Support page in JICS.  Look for "CANVAS Log-In Instructions".

B) If you are a TADC student enrolled through Jarvis Christian College, Huston-Tillotson University, Texas College, or Paul Quinn College, please note that your online course (EDUC 3377 – Technology in Teaching) is accessed ONLY through JICS. You will enter your classroom through the link listed under “My Courses” on the left hand column of the JICS logon page.

C) Special Note to Wiley College students enrolled in EDUC 3377 – Technology in Teaching: This is an online course offered through TADC; therefore, you must access your class through JICS. You will enter your classroom through the link listed under “My Courses” on the left hand column of the JICS logon page.

D) Special Note to Wiley College students enrolled in CANVAS courses: The 5-week online courses are designed for non-traditional adults (25 years of age or older who are enrolled in one of the Adult Degree Completion Programs—OMP, CRJA or BSIS). If you are a traditional student enrolled in one or more of these courses, see your adviser immediately.

A Day In The Life At Wiley College

Communicate Through Debate

 
 With the approval and broad-range participation of the College community, Wiley College has chosen the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) topic "Communicate Through Debate" to focus on enhancing students' critical thinking skills through the medium of debate: an instructional strategy that will strengthen their communication skills. A number of studies report that when students learn the principles of argumentation, and prepare appropriately by researching and practicing in anticipation of debating, they can improve their cognitive performance as well as oral delivery. As a result, students sharpen their information literacy skills and develop confidence. They also become productive team members, thoughtful leaders and more informed citizens.
 
Are you ready to get your debate on?