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Are you interested in teaching or arts administration? Would you like to begin your post-graduate career with a prestigious fellowship? If so, apply to be a Ford Fellow or Kim-Frank Fellow in the Writing Programs next year! The Writing Programs Fellowships, awarded to graduating seniors at Wesleyan, are prestigious one-year, post-graduate positions. The Fellows work […]

Major Declaration Information (For Second-Semester Sophomores)   Wesleyan students must declare a major during the second semester of the sophomore year.  As a member of the Class of 2014, this means that you must declare a major–and have it approved by department or interdisciplinary program into which you are seeking admission–before the Planning Period, 04/02/12-04/16/12, […]

MAJOR                            DEPT/PROGRAM CHAIR  DATES & TIME  LOCATION  African American Studies Alex Dupuy POSTPONED, TBD   Art History Joseph Siry Monday, November 14, 12 noonSnacks provided. Davison Art Center, Dining Room Art Studio Joseph Siry POSTPONED, TBD   Chemistry Rex Pratt Wednesday, November 9,12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch Exley Science Center,Woodhead Lounge SCI 184 Philosophy Lori Gruen Wednesday, […]

The fall semester is time to further explore and inquiry into the departments and programs you are considering to declare a major(s).  For this purpose, departments and programs have scheduled open houses to discuss those lingering questions with faculty.  Click here to view the full schedule of open houses, held October 6 through November 3. […]

Important Information about GEN ED, APs, majors, summer experiences and more…….. Gen Ed Expectation:  There are no distribution requirements at Wesleyan but students are encouraged to explore the curriculum and their study of program.  Gen Ed is divided into 2 Stages.  In Stage 1, to be completed by the end of sophomore year, you are […]

Often times it is rather taunting to speak with professors, one-on-one, especially if you need clarification, do not understand the material or want to know more about the course material.  Although professors will expect students to be independent, they also want students to come to ask questions or just discuss the material covered in their […]

Have lunch with other WIS members in your (potential) major to talk about options and choices during the pre-registration browsing period. Juniors and Seniors, bring your experiences and advise; everybody bring your questions and appetites. Friday, October 29th at noon 311 Albritton Center Please r.s.v.p. to msnow@wesleyan.edu to be included in the lunch order (include […]

How successful Wesleyan students study…. Tuesday, September 14, 2010 12:10 – 12:50 pm, Usdan 136 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Butt B Lounge Wednesday, September 15, 2010 7:00 – 8:00 pm, Fauver Res Hall Lounge For more workshops, click here.

As you think about developing your fall semester course schedule, there are a couple of things to keep in mind.  Overall, you want to think about how your courses relate (or not) to one another and to think about taking courses across divisions (H&A, SBS, NSM) and within a division rather than loading up on […]

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 […]

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