More than 30,000 Wesleyan alumni live throughout the United States and across the world.  And they are all Cardinals for life.  The Wesleyan Alumni Network is a vibrant community offering lifelong opportunities for alumni to stay connected with each other and the University.  You are invited to explore them all and find out which ones work best for you!

Celebrate with Wes this summer, register for Summer Sendoffs and Welcome to the City gatherings now!
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Connect

Looking to get more involved? Want to meet other Wes alumni in your city? Wondering how to reach your freshman roommate? Start here.

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Give

Wesleyan has flourished as an institution because of generous and consistent support from generations of alumni, parents and friends.

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Volunteer

Host an event. Join a committee. Mentor a student or fellow alumni. There are many ways to give back to alma mater.

Events

Jun 7

Wesleyan Comedy Nite

Wesleyan alumni, parents and friends are invited to Wesleyan Comedy Nite at the Peoples Improv Theater, the PIT!

The PIT NY, NY, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM

Jun 17

4th Annual Little Three Alumni of Color Picnic

Join alumni from Amherst, Wesleyan, and Williams at the 4th Annual Little Three Alumni of Color Picnic at Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn, NY!

Brooklyn, NY, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Jun 25

NYC Pride Parade

Show your pride with the Wesleyan LGBTQ Alumni Network at the 48th NYC Pride March!

12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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News

DuBois ’83 Directs Museum Honoring Girls of Color

Vashti DuBois ’83 is the founder and executive director of the Colored Girls Museum, a memoir museum honoring the stories and history of black women. Located in the Germantown area of Philadelphia, Dubois created the space in September 2015 to rectify the continual neglect of black women’s experiences and labor.

Tyrnauer ’91 Creates Film About Urban Activist Jane Jacobs

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Matt Tyrnauer ’91 is the producer and director of Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, a new documentary about author and activist Jane Jacobs. Most famous for her influence on urban studies and urban planning, Jacobs’s legacy will be playing out on screens in nearly 20 cities across the country.

Alumnae Participate in Networking Event for Women Student-Athletes

The mission of the Athletics Advantage (A+) Program is to grow, connect and develop a diverse network of alumni leaders online and through campus programs and events that will inspire, connect and prepare student-athletes for post-Wes life.

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