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Take the time to donate, and you can save 3 lives with your blood. Wesleyan will host a campus-wide blood drive on Wednesday, October 6, and Thursday, October 7 from 11:45 am-5:00 pm each day. The drive will take place at Beckham Hall – Fayerweather Building, next to Usdan University Center. Go to www.givelife.org (use […]

In the aftermath of Nora Miller’s death, the Office of Behavioral Health for Students will provide a forum for the Wesleyan student community to share and discuss in a safe and comfortable environment thoughts and feelings about this tragedy.  It is difficult to go on with business as usual when this kind of event can […]

The Davison Health Center in conjunction with the Human Resources Department will sponsor our sixth annual flu clinic with dates in September and October.  This year the seasonal flu shot will include protection against H1N1.  You should still consider this vaccine even if you had an H1N1 shot last year for continued protection. Please click […]

Monday, Sept. 13th at 7:30PM Clark Lounge Wednesday, Sept. 15th at 7:30PM 200 Church Lounge Snacks will be provided! A Panel from WesWELL, Public Safety and the Student Judicial Board will offer answers to students most  frequently asked questions about addressing severe intoxication: What does alcohol poisoning look like? How do I know whether a […]

Any student who is planning to miss classes during the upcoming Muslim or Jewish holidays (Ramadan August 11- September 9, Eid September 9, Rosh HaShanah/Yom Kippur, September 8-10, and September 17-18) is expected to speak with her/his professors as soon as possible. To see the schedule for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services and events, […]

OBHS is located at 327 High Street (Davison Health Center).  Call 685-2910 to schedule an appointment.  Any Wesleyan student is entitled to use our services and all students are WELCOME!  You don’t need to be “falling apart” to make an appointment.  If you have an issue you’d like to discuss with a therapist, one of […]

Freeman Athletic Center is not just for athletes.  Stay in shape using the pool, squash courts, basketball courts or fitness center.   If you are an early riser and visit the fitness center, you’ll find your class dean on the machines.  Click here.

As a residential institution, Wesleyan University believes that for each student the experience of living with other students has an educational importance that should parallel and enhance their academic and personal development.  For students to truly learn from this experience, they must respect the rights of other members of the community in which they live.  […]

When selecting your meal plan, be sure to pick the plan that you really think will meet your needs.  Pay attention to the number of meals each plan averages per week and, based on your usual eating habits, pick the one you think meets your style All Wesleyan students are required to be on a […]

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