Admissions Summer Positions

The Admission summer student worker application is now live and will be accepting applications until 5/5. This position involves giving tours, helping with virtual check-in, guest relations, answering phones and other projects as assigned. Pay is $13/hr, plus we will cover half the cost of University housing, should the student need it. Please share with … Read more

Civic Engagement Minor Info Session today

information session for the Civic Engagement Minor today (Wednesday 4/14) from 12:30-1:30pm EST via Zoom. This session is open to current Civic Engagement Minors as well as students interested in learning about the minor. CEM Info Session Spring 21

Engaged Projects (CSPL/CGST 480) for fall 2021

Engaged Projects (CSPL/CGST480) are 1.0-credit, semi-independent educational endeavors. Students start with a topic or question that has some connection to their academic pursuits and/or to the world at large. They recruit a “Sponsor” who has personal or professional experience with their topic, and later they are matched with two other Engaged Projects students (their “Cohort”) … Read more

Black Alumni Council Summer Stipend

WESLEYAN BLACK ALUMNI COUNCIL MEMORIAL PRIZE SUMMER STIPEND   In April 1986, the Wesleyan Black Alumni Council (WBAC) established a memorial fund to honor late alumni of African descent. The memorial honors the memory and spirit of Bruce D. Hall ’77, James “Donnie” Rochester ’74, and Dwight L. Greene ’70 through a summer experience grant to … Read more

French Open House April 5

OPEN HOUSE / PORTES OUVERTES le lundi (Monday) 5 avril 8h30-9h30 ETle lundi (Monday) 5 avril 12h—13h Learn about: –  Our curriculum –  How to major or minor in French Studies –  Studying abroad in Paris – The Maison Francophone – What you can do with your French Studies degree after graduation CLICK HERE TO … Read more

Student Social Justice Award–Call for Applications

The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Student Social Justice Award    The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ‘03 Social Justice Award was created in memory of Peter Morgenstern-Clarren, who pursued social justice while a student at Wesleyan.  His activism included securing benefits for Wesleyan custodial staff, participating in the United Student and Labor Action Committee, and contributing his leadership to the … Read more

Fourth-Quarter Announcements

Dear ’23, I hope you’re doing well and staying healthy. As we are now in the fourth-quarter of the year (and what a year it’s been!), I wanted to be in touch about a few things….   You may submit 4th quarter drop/add requests by completing the 2nd/4th Drop/Add Form and emailing it to me, your instructor, and your … Read more

Writing Workshop Tutor Application Deadline Extended

The deadline to apply to be a Writing Workshop Tutor has been extended to Wednesday, March 31! We encourage everyone, especially if you do not see your major or writing background frequently represented in the Workshop, to apply. Visit our website to learn more and submit an application.   Still not sure whether the job … Read more

Overview of the Psychology Major 3/29

Overview of the Psychology Major for Prospective Majors with department chair, Prof. Jill Morawski March 29 (Mon.), 4:15-5:15pm  zoom link: Want to learn more about the Psychology major? Course offerings for next year? Have questions about the major? The purpose of this meeting is to provide an overview of the major to prospective sophomore … Read more