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Monthly Archive for March, 2014

Q&A with the Department ChairApril 1st  (Tues.), 12-1 pm, Judd 116 Andrea Patalano (Department Chair), will be available to answer your questions and concerns about the psychology major (e.g., cultural immersion, foreign language, fulfillment of requirements, research experience, thesis writing, transfer credits, over subscription). She will also be available to sign forms (e.g., study abroad, […]

When you return from spring break, the housing selection process will be continuing. Below is information related information session and important deadlines for the selection process.  Information about Open Bid, Community Standard Workshops, and Room Selection Nights Registration can be found in the Housing Selection website in your e-portfolio. Please let us know if you […]

The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life invites applications from students in all majors for a new program to begin in Fall 2014 that will engage twenty students in a Cluster of three one-credit courses, a year-long collaborative research project, and a range of associated lectures and academic and social activities throughout the […]

The Student Judicial Board is seeking to fill five positions with students from the Class of 2016. The position is a two-year appointment beginning in the Fall 2014 semester and continuing through the Spring 2016 semester.  An application form can be downloaded through this link or obtained as hard copy from Karen Karpa, Clerk of […]

Please be aware that the Minor and Certificate declaration process will now be handled through the Electronic Portfolio. This online application replaces the Registrar’s paper form. Once a student has an approved major, the student will be able to submit minor/certificate requests via EP>Student>Academic Career>Major Declaration. Upon submission, the student will receive an automated email […]

The Honor Board is now accepting applications from the sophomore class for two openings on the Board, beginning in September 2014. Wesleyan University, like every academic community, maintains certain standards of conduct, both academic and non-academic. The Honor Board is a peer-based judicial body which reviews and addresses all alleged violations of the Honor Code. […]