Out of concern for the health and safety of our Wesleyan community during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have had to make the difficult decision to temporarily suspend in-person events. However, we have updated the Alumni website so that together, we can stay connected to Wesleyan and to each other. We will update this site regularly, so please check back often. We hope you enjoy these offerings—from views of campus to lifelong learning opportunities—and that they strengthen our collective sense of community in creative and meaningful ways. Go Wes!

Enjoy this rendition of the Wesleyan Fight Song performed by the Wesleyan Spirits from their homes around the world.

Fall Semester 2020

Fall Semester 2020

Learn about instruction, campus life, and health and safety as part of our Reactivating Campus plan, and follow Welseyan's COVID-19 dashboard for testing results

Bringing Wesleyan Together

Bringing Wesleyan Together

We’ve compiled a collection of inspiring online resources for our Cardinal community.

Ways to Help

Ways to Help

Many have asked how they can help. Here are a number of ways.


Dec 2

Virtual: Women's Athletics Cardinal Conversations

Lasting legacies, bright future: athletes celebrating 50 years of coeducation at Wesleyan.

Virtual, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

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“You Just Have To Read This…” Books By Wesleyan Authors Desai ’03, Logan ’16, And Savarese ’86

In this continuing series, Annie Roach ’22, an English and Italian studies major from Middletown, Del., reviews alumni books and offers a selection for those in search of knowledge, insight, and inspiration. 

Wesleyan Jeopardy! Contestants Remember Longtime Host Alex Trebek

Jeopardy! fans around the world are mourning the passing of longtime host Alex Trebek, who died on Nov. 8 at age 80. According to The New York Times, Trebek had hosted the show consistently since 1984, missing only one episode during that time—on April Fools’ Day in 1997, when he swapped places with the host of Wheel of Fortune as a gag.

Wesleyan Alumni, Staff Win Local, National Elections

Alumni and staff who have met with success in the November 2020 elections include: Amy Bello, administrative assistant for the African American Studies Department, won her first term as a State House representative for Connecticut’s 28th District. Bello, a Democrat, is serving on the Wethersfield Town Council and is the former mayor.
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