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.

Spring Semester 2021

Spring Semester 2021

Learn about instruction, campus life, and health and safety as part of our Keep Wes Safe plan, and follow Wesleyan'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.


Apr 22

Virtual: Class of 1981 Music Trivia

Our rolling 40th Reunion continues with 1981 Music Trivia - relive our time together and test your memory of music from the 70s and 80s.

Virtual, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

May 10 - May 15

Virtual Reunion 2021

More details coming soon. www.wesleyan.edu/rc2021

May 10, 12:00 PM - May 15, 12:00 PM

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OConnell, Dann ’17 Join 2021 Voices For Science Cohort

Suzanne OConnell, professor of earth and environmental sciences, and Julian Dann ’17, a graduate student at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, were both selected to be part of the American Geophysical Union’s 2021 Voices for Science Cohort.

Senators Bennet ’87, Hickenlooper ’74 Discuss Leadership During Brown Memorial Lecture

On April 9, Wesleyan hosted its 41st Annual Philip B. Brown ’44 Memorial Lecture. President Michael Roth ’78 led a conversation with featured speakers Colorado Senators Michael Bennet ’87 and John Hickenlooper ’74, MA ’80, Hon. ’10. Maria Santana-Guadalupe ’98, anchor and correspondent for CNN en Español, provided the introduction and moderated an audience Q&A.
CDC’s Cory ’91 Speaks On COVID-19 And Public Health

CDC’s Cory ’91 Speaks On COVID-19 And Public Health

In this Q&A we speak with Janine Cory ’91, MPH, about COVID-19 myths, vaccinations and vaccine hesitancy, pediatric transmission, health literacy, and more. 

Warren ’13 Talks Virtual Advice, Cartoons, Creativity

Sofia Warren ’13 has always loved to draw, but she didn’t know she could make a career out of it until graduating from Wesleyan and entering the world of animation. Now she works as a cartoonist for The New Yorker and recently launched a virtual advice column called “You’re Doing Great.”

“You Just Have To Read This. . .” Books By Wesleyan Authors Garrison ’67, Porter ’77, MALS ’79, And Tupper ’95

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. 
Haymon ’16, Morreale ’19 Discuss Theatermaking

Haymon ’16, Morreale ’19 Discuss Theatermaking

On March 18, the Center for the Arts presented “A Conversation with Theater Artist Miranda Haymon ’16.” Haymon, visting instructor of theater, is Wesleyan’s inaugural Breaking New Ground Theater Artist-in-Residence, a new residency that brings early-career Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) theater artists to campus. The discussion was led by Sam Morreale ’19. 
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