About the Creative Campus Site
Wesleyan University's Creative Campus website was developed with substantial input from many students, faculty and staff. This site is for current students, prospective students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and colleagues who are interested in the creative and innovative work taking place at Wesleyan.
Our intent is to catalogue curricular and co-curricular activities in the arts. Also, with the understanding that creativity is not the sole domain of the arts, it is our ongoing work to represent all departments and programs about the ways they express their creativity, and showcase innovation.
We want you to be a part of the Creative Campus!
- Post your event or project on our blog.
- Leave a comment and start a dialogue.
- List your student group.
The primary goals of the Creative Campus Website:
1) Give students, particularly those in their first-year, a place to discover the multitude of available curricular and co-curricular opportunities. For example, a photographer could use the site to discover a class in the Art & Art History department as well as to find out about a student-run magazine.
2) Give prospective students and their families an understanding of the diverse opportunities on campus. For instance, a student who is an Irish step dancer in his home community may find no such courses available on Wesmaps but could use the Creative Campus site to search for similar student interest groups.
The site is administered by Wesleyan University's Center for the Arts, and is maintained by a student staff. It is made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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