Facts and Figures

When it comes to language learning, Wesleyan has a very distinctive profile. Language learning at Wesleyan is both broad and deep. Our breadth, in fact, is unique: Wesleyan offers classroom language instruction in more languages than any other co-ed liberal arts college. You can read the essay "Wesleyan as a National Leader in Liberal Arts Language Instruction: What the Data Show" in our 2018-19 FCGS Annual Report (see pg. 6-10). 

Through the Language Data Project, we have been able to gather data, trends, and statistics to illustrate how and why Wesleyan is a national leader in liberal arts language instruction, as well as the many challenges and opportunities that still exist for us. We illustrate a few important trends below.

If you have any questions, please contact Kia Lor, Assistant Director of Languages and Intercultural Learning. 

Percentage of Language Study at Wesleyan, by Graduating Class Year