More than 30,000 Wesleyan alumni live throughout the United States and across the world.  And they are all Cardinals for life.  The Wesleyan Alumni Network is a vibrant community offering lifelong opportunities for alumni to stay connected with each other and the University.  You are invited to explore them all and discover which work best for you!



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Wesleyan has flourished as an institution because of the generous and consistent support from generations of alumni, parents and friends.



Host an event. Join a committee. Mentor a student or fellow alumni. There are many ways to give back to alma mater.


Oct 12

Senior Class Semi-Formal: Cheers to 2019!

Join your fellow seniors in celebrating the start to our final year here at Wesleyan at this fundraising event.

On Campus, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Oct 13

Small College Alumni Gathering in Santa Barbara, CA

Meet young alumni (classes of 2009-2018) from Wesleyan and other small liberal arts schools at this fun gathering of recent east-coast-school grads. No need to register; just show up at Third Window Brewery in Santa Barbara, CA from 2-5pm. ves. 

Santa Barbara, CA, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Oct 14

Bay Area Admission Reception

Wesleyan alumni and parents are invited to join prospective students and families at this reception. 

Atherton, CA, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Chanoff ’94 Receives Schwab Foundation/World Economic Forum Social Entrepreneur Of The Year Award

Sasha Chanoff ’94, founder and executive director of RefugePoint, and Amy Slaughter, the organization’s chief strategy officer, were named Schwab Foundation/World Economic Forum Social Entrepreneurs of the Year.

Alumni-Led Kitchen Ceilí And Friends Performs Traditional Music Spanning Cultures

Kitchen Ceilí and Friends performed at Russell House on Sunday afternoon of Family Weekend.

Chen ’98 Explores Emotions Of Directorial Debut For Filmmaker Magazine

Already an actor and blogger, Lynn Chen ’98 is now also a director, with her first feature film, I Will Make You Mine. She wrote about the experience for Filmmaker magazine: “I Just Finished Directing My First Feature Film, Why Do I Feel Like I Have Post-Partum Depression?” 
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