Transfer Students

The Class Deans spend much of their time advising students--discussing academic, social, and personal challenges and achieving academic goals. They work with individual students, professors and even parents to support students in their pursuit of a positive learning experience. The Class Deans provide guidance and support to the students in each of their classes. They are a source of information on academic standing; major choices; graduation requirements; university policies and procedures; and services, opportunities and resources available at the university and surrounding Middletown community.

  • Nuts & Bolts

    This packet has everything you need to know, from academic regulations, degree requirements and an A-Z of general information.
  • Transfer Connections

    The Transfer Connections Program helps facilitate the transition of incoming sophomore and junior transfer students to Wesleyan. Students who transferred to Wesleyan over the last two years have volunteered to be your connection, or contact point, this summer and over the coming academic year to answer your questions and help you get settled into campus life. Their perspectives and experiences can be very helpful (and fun) as you look forward to your arrival at Wes. The transfer connections form is available in your WesPortal checklist. 
  • Course Registration Fall 2019

    This site will provide you with the steps you should follow in preparation for course selection and registration.

     

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  • Advising and Course Selection

    Information regarding course selection and working with your advisor as you approach your first term at Wesleyan.
  • Housing

    An overview regarding housing for incoming transfer students.
  • Major Declaration

    This site provides information regarding the major declaration process and timeline, as well as frequently asked questions. The three majors below entail particular processes and junior transfers may be eligible only for CEAS if they have completed relevant coursework at their previous institution.

    College of East Asian Studies

    The College of East Asian Studies (CEAS) major is a three-year long major that is designed to give students deep knowledge about a particular East Asian culture (China, Japan, Korea) that are grounded in a particular discipline. 

    College of Letters

    The College of Letters (COL) is a three year, interdisciplinary major for the study of European literature, history, and philosophy, from antiquity to the present. 

    College of Social Studies

    The College of Social Studies (CSS) offers a distinctive blend of teaching methods, subject matter, and educational structure. Its collegial organization combines tutorials and courses in social theory within the college with individually selected courses from other departments and programs in the University to achieve an integrated education in the social sciences. Please find a special letter to transfer students in the class of 2022 from CSS here