Dean Sarah blogging here! I supervise the SARN peer advisors. Here is what one student thought about the peer advisors and they helped her succeed during her first year at Wesleyan: The SARN Peer Advisors are the single most helpful academic resource we have on campus. Peer advisors have advice for their students about anything [...]
Monthly Archive for June, 2009
Check your Summer Registration checklist! The July 7 deadline is approaching…. Go to your portfolio at https://wesep.wesleyan.edu/cgi-perl/session.cgi .
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, [...]
The Class of 2013 has 52 international students from 31 different countries. The Office of International Student Affairs (OISA) is very excited and busy preparing for arrival day! International Student Orientation (ISO) begins on Friday, August 28, 2009, and provides an opportunity for all new international students to meet before classes begin. International students are [...]
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. Sign up for the Chinese and Japanese [...]
Make a visit to the Peer Advisor – a blog run by students for students and designed to answer your questions about campus life and academics. The SARN peer advisors are itching to answer your questions! To be able to make comments, you need to login using your “@wesleyan.edu” email address. See you there!
This year’s Feet to the Fire program explores the challenges we face as a result of global climate change with a focus on the increasing scarcity of water and its impact on cultures and ecosystems around the world. The program begins with a set of readings that explore the issue of water scarcity from a [...]
As high school comes to an end for you, we know that you are excited about coming to Wes, nervous about meeting new friends, and anxious about all the thrills that college will bring. Rest assured, we know exactly what you are experiencing because we all went through the same phenomenon. For some it will [...]
Timothy Shiner joined the Wesleyan community in 2006 as Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development (SALD) and in 2007 also took on the coordination of New Student Orientation. Originally from southern Colorado, Tim graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Psychology and a senior thesis entitled, “Teaching Emerging Leaders.” Following graduation, Tim [...]
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 [...]