Situated 30 miles north of Columbus, Ohio Wesleyan University is a private 4-year school in Delaware, OH. Founded in 1842 by Methodist leaders as a non-sectarian school, Ohio Wesleyan University is a member of the “Ohio Five” consortium of liberal arts colleges (Kenyon College, Oberlin College, College of Wooster and Denison University). The 200 acre campus, located in downtown Delaware, features collegiate gothic red brick and stone architecture. The campus is divided by Sandusky Street into the eastern sector with primarily academic buildings and the western sector containing mainly residences and administration buildings. Among the notable alumni of Ohio Wesleyan is theologian Norman Vincent Peale.