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Monthly Archive for May, 2014

Wesleyan University Senior Voices 2014 Wesleyan’s Baccalaureate Ceremony Saturday, May 24 6:00 p.m. Memorial Chapel With Seniors, Families & Friends Listen as your peers share some of their unique and transformative moments from their years at Wesleyan. Professor Sarah Mahurin,   Visiting Professor of English, Wesleyan University   Senior Reflections by: Megan Cash ’14, Prince […]

Congratulations on graduation!  Now that you are on to the next phase of your life, we are here to let you know what account access changes are in store:  What Stays the Same – ·         You retain your Wesleyan.edu account and it will stay on Google as long as we continue to use their services. […]

To:  The Senior Class From:  Michael McAlear, Marshal of the Faculty Subj:  Instructions for Commencement   Congratulations – Commencement is just a few days away.   Diploma pick-up will be held on Friday, May 23rd between 10 A.M. and 5 P.M. at the Registrar’s Office in North College.  You must have a photo i.d.  When you get your “real” diploma, you […]

    Important Information Regarding Diploma Distribution on May 23   In order to receive your diploma your Student Account must be in good standing (i.e. April bill paid in full, etc.).  You may check on the status of your account at anytime by clicking on “Student Account Center” in the “Financial Information” section of […]

Graduate Liberal Studies Info Session: Earn a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan! Tuesday May 13 at 5:00pm USDAN 108   Current Wesleyan seniors are invited to learn more about the opportunity of choosing Wesleyan for continued study at the graduate level. The program features small classes with Wesleyan faculty, and flexible evening […]

Location: At 7pm on May 7th at Eclectic (200 High Street, Middletown, CT) There will be an open conversation among the Wesleyan community and tribal communities about repatriation, especially because of Wesleyan’s complicated history. This is particularly true among founding members of these societies and the university at large. There will be a panel discussion […]