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Campus Life

Athletics
Athletics, as an integral part of the overall educational process, is uniquely positioned to enhance a liberal arts education. Wesleyan coaches share the same goal as the entire Wesleyan community: to transform the lives of our students. In the pursuit of excellence, the Athletic Department strives to be the most innovative and successful athletic program in the prestigious New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) and a leader at the national level.

Campus Dining
Wesleyan University Dining Services provides a wide variety of high quality foods in order to meet individual nutritional needs and preferences of students, faculty, and staff. There are many on-campus dining options: The Marketplace at Usdan, The Café at Usdan, Summerfields, Pi Café, WEShop, WesWings, Red & Black Café, and Star & Crescent.

Wesleyan Career Center 
The Wesleyan Career Center offers a variety of programs held throughout the year to provide students with the tools they need to move forward with career planning, job or internship search, or graduate school plans.

Center for the Arts
The Center for the Arts (CFA) houses Wesleyan University's arts departments and serves as a cultural center for the campus, Middletown and the region by presenting a wide variety of events and exhibitions, ranging from student and faculty works to internationally acclaimed ensembles.

Center for Community Partnerships
Combining the assets of the Service-Learning Center, the Office of Community Service and Volunteerism, the Office of Community Relations and the Green Street Arts Center, the CCP seeks to serve the development of both the individual and the community, guided by principles of mutual respect and shared responsibility.

Office of Spiritual Life
Spiritual life at Wesleyan is shaped by the wide range and depth of students' questions and interests. Each of the four Chaplains sponsors a weekly service. All students are welcome and encouraged to attend any and all of these services; and students assume many of the responsibilities for planning and leading these services.

Student Affairs/Deans' Office
In partnership with faculty, staff, and students, the Office of Student Affairs/Deans' Office challenges and supports student development in an inclusive and responsible learning community so that they will become educated and active citizens of the world.

Parent Questions for Students
Guia Para Los Padres- En Espanol

A guide created by the Class Deans

Student Activities and Leadership Development
The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development provides advice, guidance and acts as a resource for students and student organizations. The goal is to help student organizers be successful in planning social, cultural, intellectual, political, and recreational programs. The office enhances out-of-classroom experiences that promote personal development and leadership training.

Office of the Dean of Students
In support of the University's academic mission, the Dean of Students office oversees a variety of services and programs relating to students' co-curricular experience. The Dean of Students and the assistant director of student life advise the Student Judicial Board.  This office is also a resource for students who are unsure about how to resolve an issue or problem.