Wesleyan University holds events for alumni and families to gather and network on campus, nationally, and regionally, as well as virtual seminars and events. Interested in getting involved? Email us.

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    Virtual WESeminar: The Latest in Civic Engagement at Wesleyan

    Wednesday, March 29, 12:30–1:30 p.m.


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    Please join us for a Virtual WESeminar featuring current Wesleyan students involved in Civic Engagement groups and projects on campus.

    Moderator: Abigail Maymi '22, Jewett Center for Community Partnerships Civic Engagement Fellow

    Speakers: Annika Shiffer-Delegard '23, Wesleyan Reproductive Advocacy and Legislation (WRAL); Blythe Guecia '23, Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness (ASHA); Sam Multer '23, Traverse Square After School Program; Imogen Frazier '25, Food Rescue; Sarah Bank '23, WESU Radio; and Lily Krug '24, Sunrise.

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    NYC: The New Age of Athletics

    Tuesday, April 4, 6–8 p.m.

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    Please join us for a conversation between Justine Gubar '88 and Jonathan Soros '92. Sponsored by the Bonnie and Stewart Nagler P'89 Memorial Lecture Fund.

    Hosted at Tavern on the Green in Manhattan.

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    GOLD Parties

    Thursday, April 13, 6–8 p.m.
    Graduates Of the Last Decade, Classes 2013–2023

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    Virtual WESeminar: Growing Moral, Ancient Wisdom on Living Well Today

    Tuesday, April 18, noon–1 p.m.

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    Please join us for a Virtual WESeminar presented by Professor Steve Angle and Tushar Irani discussing the relevance of both Eastern and Western classical philosophy to our lives today.
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    Boston: Reception Celebrating the Arts at Wesleyan

    Tuesday, April 25, 6–8 p.m.

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    Please join us for a reception with Wesleyan's Dean of Arts and Humanities, Roger Grant and the new Director of the Center for the Arts, Joshua Lubin-Levy '06, who will discuss the future of the arts at Wesleyan.

    Hosted by Adam Berinsky '92 at his Cambridge, MA home.

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    REUNION 2023

    May 25–28, 2023

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    Catch up with old friends and celebrate your milestone reunions! Visit the Reunion website for more information, weekend highlights, and more. Register by May 12 through the Reunion website.

    1973 50th Reunion, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, and 2018

    Room blocks are reserved for reunion alumni at local area hotels. Early booking is recommended.

    Interested in joining your classmates in planning your reunion? Join your class Reunion Committee or reach out to your class contacts.

    Questions? Contact us at alumni@wesleyan.edu.

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    Class of 1973 50th Reunion

    May 25–28

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    Visit the 1973 Class Page or the Reunion website for more information.

    Room blocks are reserved for Reunion alumni at local area hotels, including the Sheraton Hartford South Hotel for 50th Reunion alumni. Early reservations recommended.

    Register by May 12.

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    Friday–Sunday, October 27–29, 2023


Past Events

Homecoming + Family Weekend

November 4–6, 2022
Thanks to everyone who joined us on campus for a memorable weekend! A few events have been recorded, including the John A. Driscoll '62 Memorial.

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Dwight L. Greene Symposium

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    Watch the Symposium

    The 30th annual Dwight L. Greene Symposium took place on November 15, featuring Sid Espinosa '00, Ray Sanchez '00, Degan Mercado Leopold '03, and Joshua Cardenas '19. Watch the recording.

Keep Wes Safe

Wesleyan University expects guests of any Wesleyan-sponsored events to be fully vaccinated and boosted for COVID-19 or to be masked at all times. Plans may be subject to change per state, federal, and local health guidelines. Before attending an event, please review the University COVID-19 policies.