Student Affairs Resources

Dean of Students
The dean of student's office oversees a variety of services and programs relating to the students' co-curricular experience.

First Generation Student Resources
A list of campus resources to support first-generation and/or low-income students, as well as common experiences, video narratives from a student and faculty member, tips for parents of first-generation students and minutes from the FGLI task force meetings.

First Year Matters
First year students are guided through a “common experience” program, designed to introduce students to the academic rigor and interdisciplinary thinking at Wesleyan while at the same time building a community of learners among the first year class.

Graduate Student Services
The Office of Graduate Student Services (OGSS) is the administrative center for graduate students. General responsibilities include graduate admission, academic records, registration and enrollment, payroll and stipend maintenance, billing, health insurance administration, and graduation/commencement.

Greek Life
Wesleyan is home to seven Greek organizations, representing roughly 15% of the total campus population.  There are four fraternities, two coed societies, and one sorority here on campus.  All of these organizations come together and form the IntraGreek Council (IGC) as the governing body for Greek Life on campus.

International Student Affairs
The Office of International Student Affairs provides advice and counsel on every aspect of international students' adjustment to life at Wesleyan--cultural, academic, personal, financial, and immigration. The Office also organizes International Student Orientation and ongoing programs that explore the complexities and intersections among U.S. diversity, international issues, and global citizenship.

New Student Orientation
When you arrive in the fall, our Orientation Program will help you begin your exploration of the range of academic and co-curricular opportunities available at Wesleyan.

Religious and Spiritual Life
The Chaplains from Wesleyan’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life have been appointed by the University to ensure and promote the spiritual and religious well-being of the campus community.

Residential Life
The Office of Residential Life oversees major University programs such as General Room Selection, Program Housing, and the supervision of over 90 upper-class student staff members.

Resource Center
The Resource Center, a culmination of student advocacy and activism, provides a centralized space where students can learn about and advocate for diversity and inclusion at Wesleyan as well as in their own lives. The Center was created to improve the educational experience of students from underrepresented groups, lessen violence, promote greater campus harmony, foster better mental health, and cultivate closer ties between alumnae/i at Wesleyan.

Student Involvement
The Office of Student Involvement provides advice, guidance and acts as a resource for students and student organizations.

Survivor Advocacy and Community Education 
The Office of Survivor Advocacy and Community Education (SACE) is dedicated to empowering survivors, and those connected to survivors, of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and other forms of interpersonal violence through survivor-centered, trauma-informed advocacy services, healing workshops and retreats, trainings, and education programs within the Wesleyan University community. 

Usdan University Center
The Usdan University Center at Wesleyan University is a focal point of activity and central programming space for the campus community. With services such as, Campus Dining by Bon Appetit, a Box Office, Cardinal Technologies Store, Post office(WesStation), Cardinal Print & Copy, the Wesleyan Student Assembly, and Usdan Administration.

This is a helpful list of regularly-used acronyms at Wesleyan.