Class Deans

Class Deans are responsible for a comprehensive program of academic advising and class management in the context of a residential liberal arts environment. This includes helping students develop educational goals and complete their graduation requirements; working with faculty to support atudent success in the classroom; facilitating access to academic and non-acaemic support services; and supporting student transitions from high school through the undergraduate years to life post-Wesleyan.

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    Meet the Class Deans

    See who the Class Deans are and how you can contact them.

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    Questions to Ask Your Student

    This document, created by the class deans, is designed to provide you with an overview of the kinds of academic, co-curricular, and personal/community issues that students typically face during their time at Wesleyan. The document also provides you with sets of questions that may help you get a better sense of how your son or daughter is faring, both as a student and a member of the Wesleyan community. The questions, which range from seemingly apparent to more Wesleyan-specific ones, are meant to stimulate ideas about conversations you might wish to have.

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    Class Dean Notes to Parents

    Class Deans write to parents twice per semester. Read through their previous emails to parents.