Wesleyan University is currently open and welcoming a limited number of visitors per day.  Registration and proof of vaccination are required! Walk-ins are not permitted at this time. Visitors must wear masks when inside the Office of Admission and will not be allowed into any other buildings while on campus.

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Experience Wesleyan

There is no easy formula for calculating whether a college is the right fit for you. It is an unpredictable mixture of inspiration, determination, and a little bit of serendipity. While our exceptional liberal arts curriculum and academic reputation might be the initial draw, most find that it is the enthusiastic Neuroscience and Theater double major who took them on a tour, or the dynamic professor whose class they sat in on, or the alumna who shared her story that reveal Wesleyan to be truly unique and remarkable. To put it simply, for many of our students, it was “a feeling” that they were exactly where they should be.

Is Wesleyan where you should be? Look around, meet our students and admission deans, get a feel for who we are and get answers to your questions. Imagine yourself as part of our Wesleyan community. Explore the many ways we are bringing the Wesleyan experience to you.

Visit Us

Located in the heart of New England (just a two-hour drive from Boston and New York City), the Wesleyan campus is a world unto itself. Take a student-led tour, sit in on a class, or sample the local dining scene to get a feel for what it’s like to call Wesleyan home.

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Talk with Us

Sign up for an information session with an admission dean or a one-on-one chat with a current student to learn more about academics and life at Wesleyan.

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Explore Middletown

Middletown, Connecticut, is an important part of our extended campus community, offering a city sensibility in a suburban New England setting.

Explore Middletown

WesFAQs

You have questions about life at Wes; we have answers! Watch these videos of students answering the most common questions that prospective students ask.

WesFAQs

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