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Monthly Archive for June, 2010

Check your summer registration list!  The deadline, July 12 is approaching. Click here for more information………………

Wesleyan’s First Year Matters (FYM) program, Feet to the Fire (FTF), will focus this year on issues of food and hunger and will begin over the summer with your completion of the common reading list. This list is carefully selected by members of the planning group to encompass much of the academic breadth you may […]

Welcome to Middletown

Beyond the many extracurricular activities that can be found on the Wesleyan campus, there are also many interesting things to see and do in the greater Middletown community. Middletown boasts the widest Main Street in the country, where you will find an eclectic mix of family-owned shops, restaurants representing different ethnic cultures and tastes, galleries, […]

Throughout the year, Campus Fire Safety and Res Life staff will conduct health and safety inspections in all student residences.  As you begin packing your belongings and prepare to depart for Wesleyan, it’s important to keep the following in mind: Candles, incense, used smoking materials and cooking appliances in student rooms are the most common […]

Students who are interested in living with other students from one of their classes this fall should definitely enroll in one of the four Learning and Living seminars. This cool program, in its third year at Wesleyan, allows students to more easily continue discussions outside the classroom and collaborate on course assignments.  It also means that […]

Placement Testing

Placement testing in math is required of all new students. In addition, foreign language placement tests are required of new students who have studied a language previously and are considering further study while at Wesleyan. Placement tests are available online through the e-portfolio. For additional information, click here. Chinese, Japanese and Hebrew exams are administered […]

Wesleyan does not have distribution requirements, but students are en­couraged to bring breadth to their programs of study through the GenEd Expectations. GenEd is divided into two stages. In the first stage, to be com­pleted by the end of the sophomore year, students are expected to earn at least 2.00 credits in each of three […]

The Academic Skills Assessment Survey is an opportunity for you to take stock of your study habits before hitting the books this fall at Wesleyan.  Not only does this survey ask you about your academic behavior, but, in many cases, it also gives you ideas of ways that you could, for example, better manage or […]

New FYI Offering!

Applied Data Analysis QAC 201 – 1.5 credits Don’t let the name fool you! This course allows you to ask and answer questions that you feel most passionately about. The focus is on helping you develop and complete your own research project. In keeping with the First Year Matters topic: Feast or Famine, just one […]

First Year Pre-Registration is the first opportunity for first year students to select courses for the fall semester. The FY Pre-Reg process will enroll each student in a First Year Initiative (FYI) course and a second non-FYI course, as well as assign a faculty advisor. Once you arrive on campus you will be able to […]

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