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If you are considering an application for 2017 entrance to medical, dental, or veterinary school, plan to attend the annual Essential Meeting on Monday, November 30 at 6:30 PM in the Career Center Commons. Applying to these three types of health professions graduate schools requires serious advance planning, a clear sense of the required timeline, knowledge of […]

Thursday, October 1st is bring your professor to Espwesso day! As we expand our hours, we hope to foster a space that will help develop a more cohesive student/faculty community. If you bring your professor you will both receive half off any drink of your choice, any time between 8:30am and 12:30pm on October 1st.

Invitation to First-Generation & Low-Income Students from AFCA (Administrators & Faculty of Color Alliance) Thursday, April 23, 12-1pm 41 Wyllys, Room 114 RSVP to Aidan Martinez ajmartinez@wesleyan.edu or Caroline Liu cqliu@wesleyan.edu no later that Wednesday, April 22 for a seat. Share and listen to stories about what it is like to be first-gen or low-income […]

Q&A with the Psychology Chair Dec. 2nd (Tues.), 12-1pm Judd 116 If you have been trying to meet with the chair of psychology, this is the meeting to attend. (Helpful info on the major: http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/about/psychman.pdf). Pizza will be provided.

Thinking about writing a thesis? Not sure where to start? Come talk to professors and current thesis writers about how the thesis declaration process works, how students choose topics, and what factors you should take into account when deciding whether or not to write a thesis. Whether you already know something you might like to […]

Apply to work for the full academic year or only during New Student Orientation Help new students plan their academic schedules and work with their advisors during Orientation week Act as a resource during course registration Participate in First Year Matters programming Direct students to Wesleyan’s full range of academic resources Application deadline is April […]

Students who graduate in six semesters (three years of normal course loads plus summer courses) may expect to save about 20 percent of the total cost of a Wesleyan education. The three-year option is not for everyone, but for those students who are able to declare their majors early, earn credit during Wesleyan summer sessions, […]

Peer Advisors provide students with information about the curriculum and course registration and also serve as a source for academic resource referrals. During New Student Orientation, Peer Advisors will be available in residence halls and at different sites throughout campus to help new students prepare for individual meetings with faculty advisors. Peer Advisors will be […]

As you plan for your arrival in the Fall, please review the Faculty and Student Advising Handbook. The Handbook is designed to help you achieve your educational goals by providing advice on how to get the most out of your relationship with your faculty advisor as you build your program of study over the course […]