Information Sessions and More

  • Information Sessions with Admission Deans

    Information sessions are hosted by a Wesleyan admission dean and a current student who will provide a candid inside look at the Wesleyan community both academically and socially, as well as offer information about admission and financial aid.

    In-person information sessions are included when you register for a campus tour.

    Virtual information sessions are offered:

    • Thursdays at 7:00 pm EDT 

    Register for a virtual information session

  • WesChats

    WesChats are online and are a wonderful way for high school seniors to explore Wesleyan and learn more about academics and student life in a relaxed, informal conversation with a current student.

    WesChats are informal  30-minute video calls with one of our senior interviewers who will share some of their experiences at Wesleyan and answer your questions. These students can speak directly to your interests and describe campus culture and intellectual life. It is a terrific way to get a broad sense of student and residential life, academics, advising, research, faculty relationships, and the city of Middletown.

    No evaluation or record of the conversation is part of the admission application and participating in a WesChat neither precludes nor necessitates an evaluative interview later in the process.

    Sign Up for a WesChat  Meet Our Senior Interviewers

  • Text an Admission Dean

    You can send questions via text or WhatsApp to one of our admission deans. Find each dean’s mobile number. To connect with us via WhatsApp, message us at +1.860.685.3578.

  • Wisr Community

    A secure online community where high school students can connect with Wesleyan students. It is another terrific way to join our community today. We cannot wait to meet you.

    Download the app for iOS.
  • WesExplore

    WesExplore is our fall fly-in program for high school seniors from underrepresented backgrounds—Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latinx American, Native American, and Asian-American—and first-generation college students and/or those from families with limited financial resources.

    Participants will have the opportunity to connect with Wesleyan’s diverse community and discover the impact of Wesleyan’s distinctive educational experience. This program is free. Individuals interested in our WesExplore program must apply. Please contact us at

  • Open House

    Wesleyan typically offers an Open House in October and in November.
    Open House includes tours, information sessions, student panels and so much more!