The Office of Admission at Wesleyan University is thrilled to announce we are opening for in-person campus tours beginning Monday, June 7! 

We, too, are excited to see the light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel and are monitoring CDC guidelines and listening to health professionals, but the health and safety of our community and guests remain paramount. Until further notice, tours and information sessions will be held solely outdoors. Masks are recommended while touring and during the information session, and are required when entering the Office of Admission to access restrooms and fill water bottles. Beyond the Office of Admission, guests will not have access to university buildings. A touchless check-in will be in effect. After registering for your visit, you will receive email confirmation with a QR code. Please have this available on your device for scanning upon arrival.


    During the week, visitors will register for either a morning or afternoon visit.  The morning visit starts with a campus tour at 9:00 am followed by the information session at 10:30 am and the afternoon visit will begin with a tour at 1:00 pm and information session at 2:30 pm.

    Weekend tours will take place at 12:00pm.

    Space is limited to registered guests. (Due to present COVID restrictions, we regret we will not be in a position to accommodate unregistered visitors.)

    Sign up for a campus visit here.


    Follow along as our student guides take you on a video tour of their home away from home and offer insights into academics, athletics, dining, and other aspects of life at Wesleyan. 


    Virtual tours will return mid-June.  Check back soon! 

    Join a student tour guide on this virtual walk through campus. Have your questions ready; there will be plenty of time to answer them.


    Even though campus is closed to visitors, you can still sit in on a class—or two. At Wesleyan, you’ll discover courses that fire the imagination and challenge you to look beyond the limits of your own experience. 

    • Wes101: Sustainable Agriculture and Food: From the food we eat to the air we breathe, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems (ENVS 282) helps students better understand their impact on the world around us.
    • Wes101: West African Dance: West African Dance I (DANC 260) isn't only about the music and moves. Rather, students gain a deeper appreciation of the vast richness of West African culture.
    • Wes101: Exploring the Cosmos: Exploring the Cosmos (ASTR 105) gives students the chance to practice their quantitative skills while exploring the wonders of the universe.

    Wesleyan is located in Middletown, Connecticut, a city that boasts the same eclectic spirit as the university that calls it home.