Professors provide one-on-one mentoring outside the classroom at Southern Wesleyan University

The faith-filled community at SWU is comprised of students, faculty and staff who are passionate about learning and growing, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Warriors at heart. Your campus experience may only last a few years, but your connection to Southern Wesleyan can last a lifetime. Stay connected to SWU through events, publications, and social media.

Fine Arts Events at SWU

Whether you come for a campus visit, fine arts program, or athletic event, SWU seeks to provide educational and cultural opportunities not just to our campus community but to the greater community around us.

Application for Employment - Staff

Complete PDF Staff Employment Application

Unless otherwise indicated, an Application for Employment must be completed and submitted in order to be considered for employment at Southern Wesleyan University.

Applicants should download and save a blank copy of the application to their computer. Fill in and save the document. Submit the completed application according to the instructions provided with the individual job posting. Please indicate the position(s) for which you are applying. If you are applying for more than one position, it is only necessary to submit one application. Unless instructed otherwise, a cover letter and résumé should be included.

Current university employees interested in applying for advertised positions may submit a letter and updated résumé to Human Resources requesting consideration for the position; you must indicate that you have notified your immediate supervisor of your application for the open position.

For information regarding the application process, contact Keri Stewart, Human Resources Coordinator, or (864) 644-5005.

Southern Wesleyan University participates in the E-Verify program which verifies new employees’ eligibility to work in the U.S. For details about E-Verify, select the following links:


New hires are required to complete a background screening prior to the first day of employment; credit checks are required for certain positions. Conviction of a criminal offense is not a bar to employment in all cases; each case is considered on its own merit.