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Monthly Archive for August, 2010

Some handy information in case this happens to you during your first couple of days on campus….  See you soon! The time and day that you are locked out determines whom you should call or visit. If you are locked out when the Office of Residential Life is open (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday […]

Welcome to the Wesleyan family!

Dear members of the Class of 2014, Welcome to the Wesleyan family!  As you prepare to start your first year in Middletown, you’re probably wondering what your dorm room will be like, who you’ll meet, how you’ll like your classes and what the entire college experience will bring.  You are not alone.  More than 700 […]

Please take note as you make your driving plans for arrival day. The Connecticut Department of Transportation has notified Wesleyan University that road construction on Washington Street (Route 66) between Bernie O’Rourke Drive and Plaza Drive is expected to cause heavy traffic delays weekdays between 6:00 am and 2:30 pm. Work is expected to continue […]

In two days, 68 international students will arrive at Wesleyan University for the International Student Orientation. We are proud to welcome our international students from Australia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Canada, China France, Germany, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Democratic People’s Republic, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Viet Nam, and Zimbabwe. […]

Thank you for submitting the academic skills assessment survey.  Based on what you told us in the survey, we have recommended specific workshops to enhance or reinforce your skills in particular areas and to help you negotiate a smooth transition from high school to college.  Do not be alarmed if some of you receive more […]

Looking for a job?

Do you want to help people plan events on campus? Apply to be an Event Planning and Scheduling Assistant. Here’s the job description. Here’s the application. Please check out the University Events and Scheduling website. If you have questions, contact Brandi Cahill at bcahill@wesleyan.edu.     

These Head Residents supervise residential units that house sophomores, juniors and seniors. Hear what words of wisdom they have for you. Leah Coe: HR for Senior Housing, Fauver Apts., and William Street Sarah Moustafa: HR for Program Housing

Campus Culture

Wesleyan is an amazing place with great people and plenty of opportunities to get involved.  If you have not already been to campus you will soon come to experience that Wesleyan is unlike most other college campuses.  Students here are involved at every level of planning events, programs, and concerts as well as participating in […]

Head Residents (HRs) are student staff who supervise Resident Assistants (RAs) in the residential halls. They are seniors who have been RAs in the past, and so have lots of experience with programming and building community. There are three HRs this year involved in First Year Housing: Rhee Soo Lee: HR for West College, Clark […]

In a few weeks you will begin taking courses to prepare for your major – and your life. You may have considered becoming a strategic planner, economist, gynecologist, trapeze artist, psychiatrist, politician, gymnast, evangelist, chemist, pediatrician, physicist, philosopher, thespian, logician, historian, or ichthyologist. If so, you’re already thinking in Greek, because these terms all come […]

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