On their way to Wesley College, every student follows his or her own path. While at Wesley, all students pursue their own goals. We find inspiration in each student story. Read the stories, below, and we hope that you will be inspired, too.
Called to do more
Anna’s father had multiple wives and her mother was #2. “That’s never a good place to be,” she says. Family life was rough and when she was 13 years old ....
Moving toward her dreams
Dinna Sylvester grew up in Tarime, a small town near Lake Victoria. When she was 14 and in secondary school, her father died. This time is one of Dinna’s saddest memories....
A second chance for education
Joshua grew up in the small village of Kigoma in northwestern Tanzania. He was the seventh child in a family of eight children. It was not possible for his family to pay for the education ....
To help others know the Lord
Eunice Maganga was born on the island of Ukerewe. She dreamed of getting a job so that she could support herself, but she was unable to continue her education after ....
From manual labor to student leader
Hauling bricks, mixing cement, and carrying water to a school construction site. Mandela labored doing all of these things, at the school where he would eventually study....
Following God's call
Joshua grew up in a family that valued education, but college tuition was not within reach. His dream of becoming a pastor first came true. Next came a Wesley College scholarship...
a video story: Jackson sampson
As the oldest child in a poor family, Jackson's father had encouraged him to study, before he passed away two years ago. Watch and listen to this 1 min 50 sec video, to learn why Jackson says, "Wesley College raises hope." Watch Jackson's story here.