The Usdan Center is the hub of student activity. With its dining hall and student life resources, it’s where students meet to eat, study, decompress and SOCIALIZE.
Here, on a beautiful campus overlooking the Connecticut River, students learn to do productive and innovative work that makes a positive difference in the world—that's what Wesleyan is about.
Born in Zimbabwe, Oscar is majoring in mathematics, and also studies the relationship between African and Germanic languages. Oscar is a Resident Advisor in Clark Hall, a historic all-freshman dorm.
Each year, Shakti, Wesleyan's South Asian Student Association, hosts the Festival of Colors - known as Holi - on Foss Hill.
A member of the varsity crew team and the WSA - the Wesleyan Student Assembly - Seoul, South Korea, native Ellen says Wesleyan lets her explore the full range of her many passions.
EXPLORE other cultures through conversations with classmates or through one of Wesleyan’s study abroad programs.
Margot Boyer-Dry, a religion and French double major from Winchester, MA, discusses the thought revolution that so often characterizes the Wesleyan experience.
Hundreds of admitted students visit Wesleyan's campus every spring for WesFest. The reasons they're considering Wes are as unique and varied as they are.
Did the architect for the Wesleyan Olin Library ever IMAGINE that he would go on to design the somewhat better known Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC?
Wesleyan is known for the excellence of its academic programs, centers, and innovative colleges. Senior Blair Laurie talks about majoring in film studies.
If you enroll at Wesleyan, you’ll decide what seven, eight, or nine things you want to pursue, and thereby help TRANSFORM Wesleyan student life.
Matt is a double major in psychology and neuroscience, works almost everywhere on campus, and is the chapter president of Brighter Dawns, a student run non-profit that aims to improve health conditions in the slums of Bangladesh.