Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am - 4:30pm. To schedule a meeting, please contact us at graduateoffice@wesleyan.edu 

Admitted Student Guide

Welcome incoming graduate students!  The information below will help you transition to the graduate programs at Wesleyan University.  We look forward to meeting and working with you and invite you to contact us if you have any questions.  Cheryl-Ann Hagner, Director of Graduate Student Services, and Barbara Schukoske, Administrative Assistant V, can be reached at graduateoffice@wesleyan.edu.

International Graduate Student Orientation: Monday August 29, 2022
All-Graduate Student Orientation begins Tuesday August 30, 2022
Detailed Schedule TBA

Wesleyan requires all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Every student (with the exception of those who have approved medical or religious exemptions) will need to verify with the University that they are fully vaccinated prior to their arrival. Students must upload proof of vaccination and booster via WesPortal/Covid-19 Resources/Covid-19 Vaccination Self-Reporting

Students can upload their vaccination record to the Davison Health Center.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs for International Students

  • The Office of Graduate Student Services

    The Office of Graduate Student Services is the administrative office for graduate students in the PhD, MA and BA/MA programs and for Foreign Language Teaching Assistants and Graduate Writing Fellows.  Cheryl-Ann Hagner, Director, and Barbara Schukoske, Administrative Assistant V, are available to help you.  Our office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.  Feel free to contact us to schedule a meeting or phone call.  We can be reached at graduateoffice@wesleyan.edu

  • Graduate Orientation, Fall 2022

    International Graduate Student Orientation begins on Monday, August 29, 2022.

    Graduate Orientation for students in the PhD, MA, and BA/MA programs begins on Tuesday, August 30, 2022

    Schedule to be announced.

  • Graduate Arrival Dates for Fall 2022 Admission
    New graduate students may move into graduate housing starting on Tuesday, August 22, 2022.
  • Graduate Orientation, Spring 2023

    Graduate Orientation for Spring 2023 will take place on Tuesday Jan 24, 2023.

    Schedule:

    10am - 12pm  Office of Graduate Student Services, location TBD

    1pm - 4pm      Office of International Student Affairs, location TBD

  • Graduate Arrival Dates for Spring 2023

    New graduate students may arrive on campus after Jan 16, 2023.

  • International Students/Immigration

    The immigration process for international students (F-1 and J-1) who accept the offer of admission for the fall semester will begin in late-April.  New students will receive their Wesleyan credentials (Wesleyan ID number and Wesleyan email address) and use the Wesleyan credentials to log into the International Student and Scholar Portal.  Follow the appropriate instructions to submit your request.  

    Students are responsible for the visa application fee and SEVIS fee (I-901 fee). Students who currently hold an active F-1 status should contact OISA (oisa@wesleyan.edu) for a SEVIS record transfer from their current school.

    Visas for international students who are sponsored by an organization outside of Wesleyan, such as Fulbright or USAID, will not receive log-in information from Wesleyan.  The sponsoring organization will process the visa. 

    International Students who are new to Wesleyan must complete Form AR-11 and upload it to the Secure Drop Box within 10 days of arriving.

    If you have any questions, please contact the Office of International Student Affairs, oisa@wesleyan.edu.

    Guidelines to Maintaining Status

  • Graduate Housing

    Graduate Students have the option to live in Wesleyan-owned housing.  Living in Wesleyan-owned housing is not required.    

    Wesleyan housing is available to graduate students currently enrolled in a graduate program and their immediate family members (domestic partners/spouses and children or legal dependents).  Rentals are organized through the Office of Residential Life.  Graduate student housing opens on Tuesday, August 22, 2022 for the fall semester and Monday Jan 16, 2023 for the spring semester. Please notify Residential Life (reslife@wesleyan.edu) if you must arrive before this date.

    Types of Wesleyan Housing

    There are three options for Wesleyan graduate housing: one-person apartments, two-person apartments, and family housing.  Descriptions of available housing and rental rates are posted on the Office of Residential Life website.

    Applying for Housing
    Applications for graduate housing should be submitted as early as possible and not later than July 1 for the fall semester.  Every effort will be made to meet the housing preference stated on the application.  Housing is provided on a space-available basis and is not guaranteed. Upon receiving notification of the housing assignment, students are given the opportunity to decline Wesleyan University housing prior to signing the lease.   Application for Grad Housing

    Lease

    Students must sign a binding lease with the University. A security deposit of $200 is required.  Signing the lease indicates an agreement to live in Graduate Housing for the duration of one academic year.  Leases end on May 31st of each year.

    Rental Insurance

    Wesleyan highly recommends that each resident of Wesleyan graduate housing consider purchasing a rental insurance policy.  Information on a commonly used rental insurance policy can be found here: https://www.nssi.com/

    Important Dates

    Applications for Wesleyan graduate housing for admission in the fall semester are due before July 1.  Assignments for Wesleyan graduate housing will be made by mid-July.  Wesleyan graduate housing for will open on Tuesday, Aug 22, 2022 for the fall semester.

    Applications for Wesleyan graduate housing for admission in the spring semester are due as soon as possible upon accepting the offer of admission.  Assignments are made on a space-available basis.  Wesleyan graduate housing for Spring 2023 admission will open after Jan 15, 2023.

    Contact Information

    If you have any questions about Wesleyan graduate housing please contact the Office of Residential Life at 860-685-3550 or reslife@wesleyan.edu

  • Graduate Housing - Foreign Language Teaching Assistants

    Foreign Language Teaching Assistants (FLTAs) will each be assigned to a one-bedroom, furnished apartment residence in the Park Washington apartment building at 256 Washington Street, Middletown.

    Application

    FLTAs are not required to submit a housing application.

    Move-In Date

    FLTAs may arrive and move into their residence on or after Monday, August 22, 2022.

    Description

    Park Washington Apartments

    Leases

    FLTAs must sign a binding lease with the University within the first two weeks of arriving on campus. A security deposit of $200 is required. Signing the lease indicates an agreement to live in Graduate Housing for the duration of one academic year. Leases end on May 31st of each year.

    Rental Insurance

    Wesleyan highly recommends that each resident of Wesleyan graduate housing consider purchasing a rental insurance policy. Information on a commonly used rental insurance policy can be found here: https://www.nssi.com/

    Contact Information

    If you have any questions about Wesleyan graduate housing please contact the Office of Residential Life at 860-685-3550 or reslife@wesleyan.edu

  • Graduate Housing - BA/MA Students (Fall Admission)

    BA/MA students who are required by their academic department to be on campus conducting research in the summer between the completion of the BA and the start of the MA who wish to live in Wesleyan graduate student housing in the Fall, may apply to live in graduate student housing during the summer. Residential Life will make every effort to accommodate these requests.

    BA/MA students who are required by their academic department to be on campus conducting research in the summer between the completion of the BA and the start of the MA who do not plan to live in Wesleyan graduate student housing in the Fall, should make arrangements to move into an off-campus location for the summer.

  • Graduate Housing - BA/MA (Spring Admission)

    BA/MA students who complete the BA in December may have the option to live in Wesleyan undergraduate housing for the last semester of the BA program and should inquire with Residential Life about availability.  They must move to Wesleyan graduate housing or off-campus upon starting the MA program.

    Residential Life will release BA/MA students who complete the BA in December from the requirement to live in Wesleyan undergraduate housing during the final semester of the BA program.  Students may move off-campus for the final semester of the BA program and remain off campus for the MA program. 

     BA/MA students must make an appointment with Residential Life to discuss and clarify their choice.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine

    Wesleyan requires all students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Every student (with the exception of those who have approved medical or religious exemptions) will need to verify with the University that they are fully vaccinated prior to their arrival. Students must upload proof of vaccination and booster via WesPortal/Covid-19 Resources/Covid-19 Vaccination Self-Reporting

    COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs for International Students

  • Flu Vaccine
    Wesleyan is requiring all students to receive a flu shot prior to the start of the spring 2022 semester. Every student (with exception of those who have approved medical or religious exemptions) will need to verify receipt of flu vaccine via WesPortal>COVID-19 Resources>Flu Vaccine Upload. 
  • Health Forms - Immunizations and Vaccinations - Domestic and International

    Required Health Forms for PhD and MA Students, Writing Fellows, and Foreign Language Teaching Assistants

     New students will receive their Wesleyan login credentials in early May. Use the credentials to access the student health services web portal and follow instructions and links to complete and upload the required forms related to health history, immunizations, TB screening, and consent for treatment. 

    The deadline to upload forms and records is July 1 for students starting in the fall semester and Jan 15 for students starting in the spring semester. 

    More Information:

    • New students may schedule an appointment to see a medical provider to review immunization records.
    • If you are unable to complete the above requirements, please contact the health center for assistance. They can be reached at healthforms@wesleyan.edu or 860-685-2470.
  • Health Forms - Immunizations and Vaccinations - BA/MA Students

    Student health records maintained at the Davison Health Center will be carried over from the BA to the MA while students are pursuing the MA degree. 

    To fully qualify for enrollment, all incoming students must meet certain health standards set by the State of Connecticut and the university. These include compliance with vaccination against Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella, Meningitis and Tuberculosis blood testing and possible testing for Hepatitis B. Immunization records on file will be reviewed for compliance with State of CT guidelines. The Davison Health Center will notify students of any missing immunizations.

  • Health Insurance - Domestic and International

    University policy mandates that all students maintain health insurance in order to avoid potentially difficult and costly medical situations and to ensure that medical services outside the University Health Center are covered.  Wesleyan University contributes a portion of the health insurance premium for graduate students who receive a stipend. Graduate students who do not receive a graduate stipend (ex: BA/MA students and students who are in ABD-NOT status) are responsible for the total premium.  

    All students will be charged for University insurance unless they complete the form requesting a waiver for a comparable private insurance. The deadline to submit Wesleyan University Annual Insurance Decision Form (waiver) is August 11.   

    Wesleyan provides the following options for health insurance coverage:

    1. Gallagher Student Health Insurance Plan: Please see the Gallagher web site for policy information and rates.  Graduate students selecting this plan are responsible for enrolling by the enrollment deadlines posted on the University Health Services web site.   

      Summary of Coverage

      Brochure

      Gallagher FAQ

      Gallagher Student Health Insurance Rates for Graduate Students

       
      Instructions for obtaining your Gallagher Student Health Insurance ID card:

      1. Visit wellfleetstudent.com. Enter your school name in the “Find Your School” search box.
      2. If you have created a Wellfleet account in the past, log in.
      3. If you have not created a Wellfleet Account, click “Create New Account” and complete the registration process.
      4. Use the “Student Options” tab located at the top of the page to view, email or print your ID card.


    2. CIGNA: This plan is limited to full-time, degree-seeking graduate students who receive a stipend.  It is not available for non-degree seeking students such as foreign language teaching assistants, German exchange students or Writing Fellows.  Enrollment is processed through the Wesleyan Office of Human Resources. Rates are on a MONTHLY basis. Graduate Students are not eligible to participate in the Delta Dental Plan of New Jersey. 

      For information about the CIGNA plan and rates:

      CIGNA OAPIN (HMO)
      CIGNA OAP (POS)
      CIGNA OAP HSA (High Deductible)
      Vision Care
      Enrollment Form

      CIGNA Premiums for Graduate Students:   If you have any questions concerning the CIGNA plan, please contact  benefits@wesleyan.edu


    3. Private Insurance:  Students may elect to provide their own insurance and must submit proof of insurance using the waiver form on the Gallahger Student Insurance web site.  Failure to provide proof of insurance and submit the waiver form will result in automatic enrollment in the Gallagher student health plan.  Fees for the Gallagher student health plan will be billed to the student’s account..

    Foreign Language Teaching Assistants must purchase the Gallagher Student Health Insurance Plan and may not elect to provide their own insurance. Questions related to Gallagher enrollment and coverage should be directed to Ms. Joyce Walter, Director of the University Health Center, at jwalter@wesleyan.edu. Questions related to immigration matters surrounding insurance should be directed to Sterling Berry Whitlock in Academic Affairs, sberrywhitlo@wesleyan.edu.

  • Health Insurance - BA/MA Students

    University policy mandates that all students maintain health insurance in order to avoid potentially difficult and costly medical situations and to ensure that medical services outside the University Health Center are covered. Wesleyan provides the following options for health insurance coverage of BA/MA Students:

    1. Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk: Please see the Gallagher web site for policy information and rates: https://www.gallagherstudent.com/. Graduate students selecting this plan are responsible for enrolling by the enrollment deadlines posted on the University Health Services web site https://www.wesleyan.edu/healthservices/insurance/index.html.

    2. Students may elect to provide their own insurance and must submit proof of insurance to the Office of Graduate Student Services. Students will be required to sign an insurance waiver form. Failure to provide proof of insurance and submit a signed waiver form will result in automatic enrollment in the Gallagher health plan. This one-time charge will be billed to your student account.

    Attention Fall Graduate Students: The deadline to submit the Wesleyan University Annual Insurance Decision Form (waiver) August 11.

  • Stipends - Domestic and International

    Many graduate students receive a stipend.  Stipend payments are disbursed twice each month on the 15th and the last day of the month.  Payments are made via direct deposit to a U.S. bank account. 

    Half of each month's rent will be deducted from each stipend payment for students that reside in university housing. 

    The stipend period starts for new graduate students on September 1.  The stipend year ends on May 31.  If a graduate student is continuing in the program, the stipend payments will continue through the summer and following academic year without interuption.  

    A limited number of dependency allowances are available each year to graduate students who have dependents living with them and whose stipend is the only source of income in the family. The dependency allowance application must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Student Services by Sep 15.  When approved, dependency allowance payments are made via direct deposit on the 15th of each month.

    Please direct questions about stipends to Cheryl-Ann Hagner, Director of Graduate Student Services, 860-685-2223, chagner@wesleyan.edu.

  • Payroll Forms - Domestic Students - Required

    Complete Documents Required by US Students and follow the instructions to upload before you arrive on campus.  The US Employment Verification form (I-9) is available at this link.  The other required forms, including the Direct Deposit form, federal income tax form (W-4), and Connecticut income tax form (CT W-4) are accessible through your Portal/My Information/Payroll Help.

    You will need your bank account number and routing number to complete the direct deposit form.  You will need identification in the form of either a Passport or a US driver's license and US social security card to complete the I-9 form.    

    Submit documents before the first Friday in September to be paid on September 15. ALL REQUIRED FORMS MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE STIPEND PAYMENTS CAN BE PROCESSED.

    BA/MA students and Writing Fellows who worked for Wesleyan while undergraduate students do not need to submit new forms.  If you did not work for Wesleyan as an undergraduate, please follow the instructions to complete and upload the forms. 

  • Payroll Forms - International Students and FLTAs

    UPON ARRIVAL TO THE U.S.

    Submit documents before the first Friday in September to be paid on September 15.  YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL REQUIRED FORMS AND MEET WITH THE FOREIGN NATIONAL TAX SPECIALIST BEFORE STIPEND PAYMENTS CAN BE PROCESSED.

    • Go to Documents Required by F-1 or J-1 students and follow the instructions.

    • Email Christine Rodrigue at ict@wesleyan.edu to schedule an appointment to review your required U.S. tax documents and forms, social security number application procedures, and annual U.S. tax reporting responsibilities. 
     
    IMPORTANT - Work Authorization Extension

    Students requesting a program extension MUST do the following upon receipt of the new I-20 to extend work authorization and avoid disruption of pay:

    1. Upload the most recent I-20 that indicates your program extension dates to your Sprintax TDS Document Exchange.
       
    2. Email ict@wesleyan.edu to notify the International Compensation and Tax Dept. that your new I-20 is in your TDS profile.  Please type ‘Program Extension Work Authorization’ in the email Subject line.    

    If you did not work for Wesleyan as an undergraduate, please follow the instruction above to complete your information and upload your documents.

    ANNUALLY

    • Students who enter the U.S. in F, J, M or Q visa status are generally considered non-resident aliens for income tax purposes during the first five calendar years presence in the U.S.  Non-resident aliens are taxed under a separate set of IRS rules than U.S. citizens, permanent residents or resident aliens.  Compensation and miscellaneous payments are be subject to income tax withholding and/or reporting. 

    • Receive a W2 earnings statement from the Payroll Office by each January 30.  If a student receives a check from Wesleyan Payroll anytime during a calendar year, s/he will receive a W2 earnings statement the following January.  Create a folder labeled ‘Wesleyan Income Taxes-Tax Year 20xx’ and save all tax documents together in a safe place.

    • Receive a 1042-S statement from the Finance Office by each March 15.  If a student receives a non-qualified scholarship and/or a tax treaty exemption from Wesleyan during a calendar year, he/she will receive a 1042-S statement by the following March.  Save in the Wesleyan Income Taxes folder.  A 1042-S form is not issued for a student who receives a qualified scholarship.

    • All non-resident alien students who receive either a W2 or 1042-S statement during a calendar year are required to file a U.S. federal income tax return, or Form 1040NR/NR-EZ, by the following April 15.

    • All non-resident alien students who do not receive income during a calendar year are required to complete a Statement of Exempt Individuals, or Form 8843, and submit to the IRS by the following June 15.

    • Wesleyan provides its international students access and instructions to a web-based tax filing software called Sprintax Tax Preparation.  You can also find a link in your Wesleyan portfolio under Campus Applications.  We strongly recommend non-resident alien students use Sprintax Tax Prep to prepare their 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ and/or 8843 forms.  The software is easy to use and accurate.  The International Compensation and Taxation office (ICT) will provide instructions and login information each tax season in March.
  • Wesleyan Email Username and Password
    An email will be sent in early May (for fall admission) or in November (for spring admission) to the personal email address of each new graduate student with the student's Wesleyan email username, temporary password, and instructions on how to access Wesleyan email from off-campus.  It is highly recommended that new students sign into Wesleyan email soon after receiving the instructions.  Wesleyan uses email as an official means of communicating with students.
  • Wesleyan Email Username and Password - BA/MA Students
    BA/MA students will continue to use the Wesleyan Email Username and Password assigned when in the BA program.
  • Graduate Electronic Communication

    There are two list-serves available for communication within the graduate community.

    ogss-announce@wesleyan.edu

    • This list is comprised of the Wesleyan email address of all graduate students.
    • This list will be used for important announcements from the Office of Graduate Student Services or from Wesleyan.
    • This list is not used to communicate information that is not official Wesleyan business i.e. rental advertisements and rideshare requests.
    • Students may not unsubscribe from this list.
    • Students may not post notices to this list.


    gsa@wesleyan.edu
     

    • This list is used for messages that are not official announcements from this office or from Wesleyan.  It is for sharing informal information such as rental opportunities or rideshare requests.
    • The personal email address of each new incoming graduate student is added to this list.  Personal email addresses will be replaced with Wesleyan email addresses when they are assigned in early June.
    • Students may unsubscribe from this list. 
    • Students may post to this list. 
    • Students who have unsubscribed and would like to re-subscribe may contact Barbara Schukoske at bschukoske@wesleyan.edu.


    Information Technology Services (ITS)

    Wesleyan's investment in Information Technology is part of the overall commitment to the well-rounded liberal arts education for all students.  We regard the ability to engage technology as one of the essential capabilities that Wesleyan graduates must develop for the 21st century.  For more information about the technology and services offered to Wesleyan's students, staff and faculty click on the following link: http://www.wesleyan.edu/its/

  • Wescard - Wesleyan ID (Identification Card)

    A student's WesCard allows access to the University libraries, dining facilities, the Freeman Athletic Center, and some Wesleyan-owned graduate housing facilities.  The Middletown Cash Program allows students  to make a deposit to their WesCard and use the card to purchase meals at local restaurants, use laundry facilities on campus, purchase books or other items at the University Bookstore, and make purchases at participating Middletown merchants. Information about the Wesleyan ID and instructions on how to obtain your Wesleyan ID

    You can expediate the WesCard process by uploading your photo before you get to campus.  Go to WesPortal>Offices & Services>WesCard>WesCard Photo  to submit your photo in advance of your arrival.  Your card will be ready for you to pick up when you arrive on campus.

    Direct questions or concerns to Cathy-Lee Rizza, Assistant Director of Student Accounts/WesCard Office, at crizza@wesleyan.edu or at (860) 685-5300.

  • WesCard - Wesleyan ID - BA/MA students

    BA/MA students must get an updated Wesleyan ID card that indicates status as a graduate student. You may opt to use the photo from the BA ID card or to use a new photo.  

    Direct questions or concerns to Cathy-Lee Rizza, Assistant Director of Student Accounts/WesCard Office, at crizza@wesleyan.edu or at (860) 685-5300.

  • New Graduate Student Checklist - Fall Semester

    Before you arrive


    Upon arrival

    • Open a US bank account (International students)
    • Contact Residential Life, reslife@wesleyan.edu,  to arrange to sign your lease at the Office of Residential Life, lower level of North College
    • Contact Cathy Rizza, crizza@wesleyan.edu, to arrange to pick up your WesCard at the WesCard office, first floor of North College

    During Orientation week 

    • Attend International Graduate Student and FLTA Orientation on Aug 29
    • Attend Graduate orientation on Aug 30 (all new PhDs, MAs, BA/MAs, FLTAs, and Writing Fellows)
  • New Graduate Student Checklist - Spring Semester

    Before you arrive:

     

    Upon arrival:

    • Open a US bank account (International students)
    • Contact Residential Life, reslife@wesleyan.edu,  to arrange to sign your lease at the Office of Residential Life, lower level of North College
    • Get tested for COVID twice per week starting on Jan 17, 2022.  Testing location/hours.
    • F-1 visa holders:  Complete OISA Check-in
    • J-1 visa holders:  Contact Mark Hovey, mhovey@wesleyan.edu and Sterling Berry-Whitlock, sberrywhitlo@wesleyan.edu, in Academic Affairs to let them know you have arrived and to schedule a meeting to collect your documents.
    • Attend virtual orientation Jan 24, 10am.
    • Attend virtual international student orientation Jan 24, 1pm.
  • Travel Arrangements to Wesleyan

    Graduate students are responsible for their travel to Wesleyan.  Graduate students should notify their department of their expected arrival day/time.  Information on getting to Wesleyan from an airport or train/bus station.

  • Planning for Arrival Expenses

    It is recommended that graduate students arrive prepared with access to approximately $2000 US dollars to get settled at Wesleyan.   Depending on the situation, students could incur expenses for the following:

    Wesleyan Graduate HOUSING DEPOSIT 

    A $200 housing deposit paid through the rental properties portal.  The deposit will be returned with interest when the student leaves University housing.  Any charges incurred by Physical Plant or Residential Life will be deducted from the deposit.

    HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUM

    University policy mandates that all students maintain health insurance.  Graduate student health insurance premiums vary depending on the type of insurance that is selected.  The fee for Gallagher Student Insurance is added to the student's Student Account by the end of September.  Wesleyan electronically sends a billing statement to every Wesleyan student account holder via the assigned Wesleyan email account. Each bill must be settled with Student Accounts within 30 days.  The premium for students who enroll in Cigna insurance will be deducted from the student's paycheck.  For information on making payments to the Student Account:  Payment Methods

    HEALTH IMMUNIZATIONS AND VACCINATIONS

    The State of Connecticut requires proof of certain immunizations.  Students requiring lab tests or vaccines will experience fees of approximately $150-$350. For more information please see the section on Health Forms/Immunizations and Vaccinations.


    GROCERIES AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

    Wesleyan's Transportation department offers a free local grocery shuttle service every Sunday from 12:30pm-3:30pm and every Wednesday from 6:30pm-8:30pm. The shuttle van leaves from the Usdan University Center and travels to two local grocery stores -- Aldi and Price Chopper -- and returns to the Usdan Center.

    LAUNDRY

    Laundry facilities are available on campus.  Students use their WesCard or Mac-Gray Card (depending on the place of residence) to pay for use of the washers and dryers.  Information about laundry on campus.

    BOOKS

    Books that are required for classes are sold at the University book store.  Payment is via credit card, cash, or check. 

    GRADUATE STUDENT ASSOCIATION FEE

    $40 will be charged to each graduate student's student account for the Graduate Student Association student activity fee.

    TIPPING ETIQUETTE

    Tipping for many services is customary in the US. Be prepared to tip waiters at sit-down restaurants, bartenders, barbers/hairdressers, taxi drivers, and food delivery folks.  Calculate the tip as a percentage of the total bill:  15-20% is considered standard in most communities.

  • Banking

    Stipend payments are made via direct deposit to a US bank.  The list below includes local banks within walking distance of Wesleyan.

    Citizen’s Bank, 225 Main Street, Middletown
    www.citizensbank.com
    Telephone: (860) 685-8800

     Wells Fargo ATM, 28 Crescent Street, Middletown
    2nd location: 111 Washington Street, Middletown
    www.wellsfargo.comTelephone: (800) 869-3557

     Bank of America, 267 Main Street, Middletown
    www.bankofamerica.comTelephone: (860) 343-5541

     Liberty Bank, 315 Main Street, Middletown
    www.liberty-bank.comTelephone: (888) 570-0773

     Webster Bank, 363 Main Street, Middletown
    www.websteronline.comTelephone: (860) 638-6930

  • Well-Being
  • Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Handbook
  • Welcome to Wesleyan and Middletown Handbook

Frequently Asked Questions